Sara Ali Khan Biography
Sara Ali Khan was born on August 12, 1995 (age 23 years), Mumbai, India and brought up in a Nawab Family in Mumbai. Sara’s grandfather, Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, was a well-known Indian cricketer while her grandmother, Sharmila Tagore, is a famous actress. She is the daughter of famous Bollywood actors Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh.
- Born: August 12, 1995 (age 23 years), Mumbai, India
- Height: 5′ 4″
- Education: Columbia University (2016)
- Parents: Saif Ali Khan, Amrita Singh
- Upcoming movie: Untitled Imtiaz Ali’s next
Sara Ali Khan Daughter of veteran actor Saif Ali Khan and his first wife Amrita Singh, Sara Ali Khan is seen as the next big thing of Bollywood.
She had completed her education in 2016 from the Columbia University of New York. Sara Instagram account has 8.3m followers at this time. She has uploaded many hot and attractive photos on his Instagram account.
she has been offered many times from Bollywood movies but her parents wanted her to complete her studies first.
According to many news reports, Sara Ali Khan will be soon seen in Bollywood opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in the movie Kedarnath and will also be appearing in Karan Johar’s movie Student of the Year 2, however, nothing is confirmed about the same. You must visit Sara Instagram profile if you want to see her hot and sexy photos.
Sara Ali Khan talks about brother Taimur Ali Khan, says, ‘When he’s happy, the whole room is happy’
Internet’s biggest crush is Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan’s toddler Taimur Ali Khan. Every time his pictures come out, our day is made. And if in case the paps someday fail to get us a cute Taimur picture, we start cribbing. Taimur has been the internet sensation of the year. And it is unlikely that we won’t mention him in interviews with people related to him.
In her recent interview with a magazine, Sara spoke about how much she loves the cute little munchkin. Sara revealed that although she doesn’t meet Taimur quite often, every time he is in the room, there’s only happiness and joy. “To be honest, I don’t get to see Taimur very often but every time I do he’s a bundle of happiness. When Taimur is happy, the whole room is happy. He is my blood and the source of my father’s joy,” she said in the interview.