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Sara Ali Khan’s light bulb explodes during her makeup session, here’s what happened next!

Sara Ali Khan’s Sunday was rather eventful as the actor received a minor scare with a light bulb exploding in her vanity. The actress was getting her make-up done when the incident happen. Sara took to her Instagram handle to share the video on Sunday.

She can be seen in the video getting her make-up done in preparation for a shoot. “Just ask Jeetu for nariyal-paani,” she is heard saying off-camera to someone. A loud pop is heard and a flash of light is seen in the footage as her make-up artist finishes the touch-ups and walks away. The video abruptly ends with a beep.
Sara captioned this video “Mornings like these,” followed by three ghost emojis to indicate that it was a frightening experience. She also used emojis of a lightbulb and an explosion to describe what transpired. The actor also mentioned make-up artist Aditya Sharma and producer Pooja Vijan in the storey.

Sara is currently in Indore shooting Laxman Utekar’s forthcoming film, in which she co-stars with Vicky Kaushal. Sara has been filming in Indore for several weeks. There has been speculation that the film is a sequel to Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon’s Luka Chuppi, but there has been no official confirmation.

Sara recently joined her mother, Amrita Singh, to the famous Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga in Ujjain during a break from filming. Sara captioned her photos from her stay there last weekend, “Maa aur Mahakal.” Sara and Amrita can be seen inside the temple grounds, dressed in traditional Indian clothes and wearing face masks.

Laxman Utekar’s flick is Sara’s first collaboration with Vicky Kaushal. Sara was most recently seen in Aanand L Rai’s Atrangi Re, alongside Akshay Kumar and Dhanush.

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