Sara Ali Khan has garnered her fame since her Bollywood debut with the 2018 film Kedarnath. Post her first film, Sara worked with talented director Rohit Shetty for the film Simmba co-starring opposite Ranveer Singh in pivotal roles. While Sara has been busy with her work commitments, the Simmba actress took to her social media to share a picture with Simmba director Rohit Shetty. As Khan made an appearance at the Maniesh Paul show Movie Masti, she shared a glimpse from the fun she had on sets with Rohit Shetty.
Apart from being busy with work commitments, Sara Ali Khan was recently snapped enjoying the festive season of Diwali to the fullest with her family. Today, as Sara Ali Khan visited the sets of Maniesh Paul’s show Movie Masti, the actress took to her social media to share a glimpse of the fun she had. Sara shared a picture with her Simmba director Rohit Shetty and wrote, “From Simmba to Sumo with the best @itsrohitshetty Sir! @vivo_india.” As the actress turned ‘Sumo The Wrestler’ with Rohit Shetty, the actor-director pair seems to have had ultimate fun on the show. Also Read: Sara Ali Khan Has A Women Crush On This Iconic Bollywood Actress; Shares A Picture With Her Too
With Sara Ali sharing her ‘From Simmba To Sumo’ picture with the filmmaker, strike an adorable pose in the Sumo outfits. With Sara and Rohit Shetty flaunting similar outfits, the duo is snapped in a baby pink Sumo wrestling suit with a black belt.
Meanwhile, Sara recently shot for Grazia magazine and looked ethereal in her latest cover girl photoshoot. On the work front, Khan has Imtiaz Ali’s untitled film in the pipeline co-starring with rumoured beau Kartik Aaryan. The shooting schedule of the film was recently wrapped up and pictures from the Himachal Pradesh sets were all over the internet. The film is scheduled to hit the theatres on February 14, 2020, Valentine’s Day.
Image source: Instagram/ Sara Ali Khan
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