October 7, 2022

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Saif Ali Khan loves his daughter Sarah’s movies as long as they are not…

Saif Ali Khan with Abi Saif. (Compliment: Karngohar)

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The new and freshly brewed episode of Karan JoharA very popular talk show Coffee with kran It dropped on Disney+ Hotstar on Thursday. Guests? January Kapoor and Sarah Ali Khan They were on the famous “Couch Coffee,” where celebrities make shocking discoveries and spill the beans on their love lives. While Sara and Janvi, who now share a great bond, kept the audience entertained with tales of their travels, past trips and their most recent likes. Vijay Deverakunda (more on this later), they also shared their family’s opinions about their career projects.

Sarah Ali Khan, daughter of Saif Ali Khan and his ex-wife Amrita Singh, has revealed that Saif “loves” her films as long as they are not his remakes. When Karan asked Sarah if he “hasn’t liked your movie yet,” she replied, “As long as I don’t remake his movies, he loves mine. I think we’re good there” and burst out laughing. So far, Sarah has appeared in only one movie which is a sequel/remake of her father’s films. Sarah Ali Khan made it Coffee with kran Debuting with her father in November 2018, she also revealed that all major decisions at home are made by her mother Amrita Singh and that she has never felt the absence of Saif Ali Khan in her life, after the separation, as always. “Just a call away.”

Watch episode 2 of Koffee With Karan 7 over here:

Sarah Ali Khan made her Bollywood debut with Kedarnath In 2018. In the same year, her film with Ranveer Singh titled Simba It was released in theaters and was a hit. Her third film was a sequel directed by Imtiaz Ali in 2009 aj kal loveIt stars Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone in the lead roles. After that, she was paired opposite Varun Dhawan in Coli No. 1.

It was Sarah’s last movie Atrangy Ri Along with Akshay Kumar and Southern star Dhanush.

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