Sara Ali Khan, the young daughter of Saif Ali Khan his former wife Amrita Singh, is no stranger to controversy. The star child has been causing plenty of buzz on social media ever since the announcement was made about her debut film Kedarnath.
Even though Kedarnath may not be her debut film any more after its scheduled release date has been pushed further, the spotlight on her hasn’t lessened. Sara has also signed a new film with film Simmba by Rohit Shetty and Karan Johar. In Simmba, she will be seen opposite Ranveer Singh.
Sara was recently in news after she was spotted distributing clothes and food to poor outside Mumbai’s famous Shani Temple, which she had visited with brother Ibrahim Ali Khan and mother Amrita Singh. Many haters had then targeted her advising her to drop her Muslim name.
Days later, Sara once again visited another temple and was seen offering alms to poor outside the Mukteshwar Temple. Soon, the internet was flooded with her photos of helping the needy as the young actor began to win hearts across the social media platforms.
However, as is the case these days, one is judged not by her action but according to the caste or religion he or she belongs to, Sara once again came under attack by trolls on Instagram. Soon, the conversation turned into a Hindu-Muslim debate.
One troll wrote, “So pretty.. Is she Hindu or Muslim?” Other replied, “To all the dumb people asking about her religion then she is half hindu n half muslim n is proud.” But there were plenty of her fans who simply admired her beauty and her willingness to help poor.
One fan wrote, “I love the way when she help needy ppl (sic)” Another fan wrote, “Guyz who ever asking is she hindu or muslim n y she visits temple coz she is staying wit her mom from a young age saif de care abu dem he was hvn affairs n finaly gt married for the 2nd time her mom tuk care of dem n frm years dey staying wit her mom n nt wit dad. (sic)”
Sara had recently posted a cute photo of her Raksha Bandhan, while applying tilak on the forehead of her little step brother Taimur. Her caption had read, “Rakhi celebrations continue with the little munchkin.”