Sara Ali Khan, the talented actor, has conveyed her heartfelt gratitude to the audience for their overwhelming response to her latest release, “Zara Hatke Zara Bachke.”
She expressed, “I have truly missed seeing myself on the big screen, and I am filled with excitement and gratitude for the warmth, love, and acceptance I have received following the release of Zara Hatke Zara Bachke.” Sara mentioned that she feels the same way she did when her debut film, “Kedarnath,” was released in 2018.
“It genuinely feels like a fresh debut all over again, and I hope I can continue to grow and push my boundaries to deliver even better work. Each film is an opportunity to learn and evolve, and while the journey is infinite, it is essential to celebrate these small victories,” she added.
Expressing her gratitude towards her family, Sara shared, “I am incredibly thankful that my brother and mother laughed heartily while watching this film, shed tears during the climax, and are proud of me and the film. We will only move onwards and upwards from here.”
She also calls her bro – Ibrahim Ali Khan as her biggest critics, at least you can make out from her recent post done on social media, have a look:
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“Zara Hatke Zara Bachke” is set in the charming town of Indore and follows the love story of two college sweethearts, Kapil and Saumya. The chemistry between Sara and Vicky on screen has captivated audiences, making them fall in love with this fresh pairing.
In the upcoming months, Sara will be seen in Homi Adajania’s “Murder Mubarak,” as well as Anurag Basu’s “Metro Inn..Dino” and “Ae Watan Mere Watan.” With these exciting projects on the horizon, Sara is all set to continue captivating audiences with her talent and versatility.