Sarah Ali Khan is currently in quarantine with her mother Amrita Singh and her brother Ibrahim Ali Khan. Meanwhile, their fan sites are busy exchanging pictures from the past. Now the network has a childish, invisible image of the actor.
In the picture the mother of actor Amrita is holding a beautiful baby Sarah. Sarah looks surprised and stares at the camera. Looks like she’s a few months old.
Previously, an actor who regularly went to the gym had shown a training video for at home.
Sarah looks a lot like her mother, and she sees herself as a reflection of the older actor. One day she shared a perfectly rhyming poem for them and put it together with a collage of their photographs with twins in similar attire.
She wrote: Mirror – are you a mother or a reflection? The only difference between us is that I always want his attention. On the other hand, she is full of love, cuddles and affection. And the indivisible time and energy I sometimes forget to mention. My anchor, my inspiration, the wizard who releases all tension. She takes medication for mood swings, hair loss, dry skin and water retention. His versatility, dedication, patience and selflessness surpass my understanding. If there is no sorrow around her, no fear, then there can be no great fear – actually, without arguments, it is not even necessary to mention that the mother is the best in all dimensions. #amritakibeti # sarakishayari # gotitfrommama #likemoterlikodauchera # komino1.
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Sarah wants to live with her mother even after the wedding. That’s what she said in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar India: I plan on living with my mother for the rest of my life. She gets angry when I say this because she has the whole wedding plan for me, but she can also come with me. No, what’s the problem?
Sarah was last seen in the film by Imtiaz Ali Love Aaj Kal for Kartik Aaryan. The film was released on Valentine’s Day, but did not impress the audience. We now see her with Varun Dhavan in Cooley’s number one remake.