Sara Arfeen Khan's Book Launched By Tiger Shroff Fails To Go In Print Due To Covid-19 Crisis; Actress Speaks Out- EXCLUSIVE

Like many others, TV actress Sara Arfeen Khan's plans of publishing a book written by her during pregnancy, came crashing down due to the COVID-19 crisis. The actress speaks to us about it

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Sara Arfeen Khan's Book Launched By Tiger Shroff Fails To Go In Print Due To Covid-19 Crisis; Actress Speaks Out- EXCLUSIVE
TV actress Sara Arfeen Khan, whom we last saw in Love Ka Hai Intezaar, turned writer during her pregnancy phase and wrote a book titled, I'm Worth It, and it was launched by Tiger Shroff. However, it could not go for print, no thanks to the lockdown. 

Talking about it exclusively to us Sara said, "I launched my book  which I was writing through out my pregnancy. And it was launched by none other than Tiger Shroff on March 11. We just printed one copy for him and after that I gave nearly 5000 copies for printing but it all stopped because of Corona. We had a lot many plans around it, right from holding press conferences to panel discussions."


However, Sara is taking it sportingly and waiting for the lockdown to get over after which she will get the book printed. Also, her efforts have not gone in vain as the book is available on Amazon E-book. 

The actress, who gave birth to twins last year in July, wants to spend most of her time with them and hence she has decided to not do projects which will keep her away from them. Sara said, "I got many offers before the lockdown happened but I am not ready for a full time role because I want this time for my children. I am definitely not taking a break from the acting. If something exciting in webseries or cameos come which require lesser days, I am up for it. But no daily soaps because I don't want to miss out this beautiful phase."


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