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Amrita Singh Denies Sara Ali Khan’s Debut Rumours

Amrita Singh says Sara will trail an acting profession for sure but will look for the precise project.


Mumbai: The rumor mill is mixing out reports of Amrita Singh and Saif Ali Khan’s daughter Sara telling no to 2 projects from Dharma Productions of Karan Johar. It is told that Karan asked Sara to make her debut in the sequel movie his knockout Student Of The Year, with Tiger Shroff in the female lead and that he was also profound on acting Sara opposite Shahid’s brother Ishaan in the remake of The Fault Lies In Our Stars.  Conversely, based on the reports, Sara has denied both the projects.

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“It’s not true at all,” protests Amrita Singh fervently. “My daughter was certainly not provided Student Of The Year 2. As for the additional movie, the remake of The Fault Lies In Our Stars was canceled, so where was the query of Sara doing it?” she demands.

Weirdly, the gossips claim Amrita to be the source of Sara’s departure from the ventures as the defensive mother does not favor of Sara’s bond with her former husband Saif Ali Khan’s spouse Kareena Kapoor Khan.

Amrita funs off these responsibilities, “Aaj kal mere naam ke bahot bill phade jaa rahen hain (my name is being needlessly used). These generation kids have their own sense and they discern how to make it. If I sought to tell Sara or Ibrahim about their lives — which I don’t — they won’t listen to me also. Happily Sara chose to end up her studies before tailing acting. She joined Columbia University and then dedicated her devotion to Bollywood. If she had obvious to not go to college, what can I do?”

Talking of Sara’s career, Amrita says, “At this instant, the only confidence about Sara’s livelihood is that she will be a heroine. She finalized that when she was 4 years old. Let me clarify that she hasn’t contracted any movie as yet. We are awaiting the correct project.”

Saif and Amrita’s son initiated attending a college in England. “Ibrahim is a very active, outdoor kind of a teen. I couldn’t deliver him the infrastructure he wanted to fly high over now. There were hands-on considerations, so we had to place him in an educational institutional out of India,” she says.


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