Saif Ali Khan nervous for Sara Ali Khan's debut in Bollywood

by Abel Hampton June 20, 2017, 0:59
Saif Ali Khan nervous for Sara Ali Khan's debut in Bollywood

He says that a career wth constant fear is not something any parent would want for their child.

He said, "Why would she want that for herself?"

In April 2016, when Sara was still at Columbia, Saif told NDTV that she had his "blessing to do whatever she wants".

While many can understand Saif's intentions, that he wants his 23-year-old daughter to succeed in life, his comments are surprising.

Recently, it was confirmed that Sara will be making her debut opposite Sushant Singh Rajput, in Abhishek Kapoor's film- Kedarnath. Saif said in an interview with DNA. However, as one would expect, no, Saif did not play any role in helping Sara decide her Bollywood debut.

"I am not looking down on acting, it's just it is not the most stable profession".

Sara Ali Khan is the new star kid on the block to begin her journey in Bollywood. Talking about his equation with Sara, "I am very happy to see Sara doing whatever she has her heart set on".

"No, I wasn't involved in it. Look, I am there if she needs to ask or talk to me about anything".

Especially when you consider back in April 2017, Saif Ali Khan gave a completely different opinion.

Saif Ali Khan added, "I am happy to be back to the IIFA stage this year as I join my close friend Karan Johar to host the IIFA Awards in NY".

Ibrahim has definitely grown up like a handsome man and we are sure think that a Bollywood film will be much better than an ad film.

By now we all know that Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh's daughter Sara Ali Khan is all set to make her Bollywood debut.

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