Ranveer Singh trolls Sara Ali Khan for new magazine cover that calls her ‘wise’, Saba Ali Khan replies | Bollywood

Sara Ali Khan posed for Harper’s Bazaar India and was featured on the cover as “young, wise and free”. Her Simmba co-star Ranveer Singh teased her and questioned the description. “Wise?” he asked in the comments section.

Among those who responded to Ranveer’s comment was Sara’s aunt, Saba Ali Khan. She dropped a laughing emoji and wrote, “…when she’s in the mood…it’s an owl. Little Sara bia. She added a heart emoji at the end.

Ranveer Singh mocked Sara Ali Khan.

In her interview with the magazine, Sara said that when looking at the photos from her childhood, she felt like she was the “drama queen”. “When I was younger, I was in a full outfit, I wore my mother’s makeup and I served tea with my dollhouse set…And my father made short videos of me doing play a Moov or Nirma commercial. That said, I have always been extremely steeped in my traditions and my roots, whether in my clothes or my language… And Hindi is my operating language when it comes to strong emotions,” she said.

Sara is the daughter of Saif Ali Khan and his ex-wife Amrita Singh. She made her Bollywood debut in December 2018 with Kedarnath and followed it with Simmba, which was released later that month. She also starred in Love Aaj Kal and Coolie No 1.

Next, Sara will be seen in Arangi Re alongside Akshay Kumar and Dhanush. The release of the film, directed by Aanand L Rai, has been delayed a few times due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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In an Instagram post to mark the end of filming for Arangi Re, Sara thanked Aanand for the opportunity. “But more than that, thank you for your unconditional love, your unwavering support, the best Indian darshan, the delicious khana, the early morning sunrise rides, the ginger Sufi parties and the most memorable year with the best team,” she wrote.

Sara thanked Dhanush for helping, motivating and inspiring her. “I couldn’t have asked for a better partner on this journey and yes thank you for introducing me to your amazing music and mouth-watering varieties of South Indian dishes (even though we could have avoided that indulgence for shoots),” she wrote. . She also paid tribute to Akshay for “bringing so much love, laughter, energy and positivity” to the sets.

Amanda P. Whitten