Sara Ali Khan, Saif Ali Khan’s daughter from his first wife Amrita Singh, has become aggressive with her media interaction and even boosted her presence on social media amidst heightened excitement surrounding the release of her debut Bollywood film Kedarnath.
She stars opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in the film, directed by Abhishek Kapoor. As part of the film promotion, Sara recently accompanied Sushant to several studios of FM radio stations including Radio Mirchi, Red FM and Magic FM.
While at Red FM, Sara and Sushant decided to recreate the famous dance steps of Saif Ali Khan from Ye Dillagi, which was released in 1994, a year after Sara was born. The film’s track Ole Ole and Saif’s dance steps had become a rage in the 90s.
Sara on Tuesday updated her Insta story with photos and videos of her promotion activities. In one video, she is seen trying to imitate her father’s dance step from Ole Ole song along with Sushant. To her utter surprise, while Sushant is able to perfectly match the dance steps of Saif, Sara fails at her attempts.
Embarrassed over not being to copy her own father’s iconic dance steps from the 90s, Sara goes starts complaining, blaming Sushnat for her inability to imitate Saif’s dance steps. She’s heard saying, “yehi hota hai. Hamesha Yahi hota hai (This is what happens. This is what always happenes(to me).” When Sushant tries to pacify her, she is heard saying with a smile on her face, “I don’t want to do it.”
Here’s how Saif had set the screen on fire when his dancing skills while performing the song.
Sara’s film Kedarnath after Hindutva groupshas already courted controversies accused it of promoting ‘love jihad.’ This was because the storyline of the film has Sara, a Hindu devotee, falling in love with her helper Sushant, who is playing the character of a Muslim.