What Sara Ali Khan Can Learn From Saif Ali Khan & Kareena Kapoor Khan

What Sara Ali Khan Can Learn From Saif Ali Khan & Kareena Kapoor Khan

Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh’s daughter, Sara Ali Khan is all set to make her Bollywood debut soon. She will be seen in director Abhishek Kapoor’s next titled Kedarnath. The film also stars Sushant Singh Rajput in a lead role.

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Sara’s first look from the film was released recently and we couldn’t help but notice how much she resembled her mother Amrita Singh in her younger days.

Coming from a film family, apart from Saif and Amrita, Sara even has her stepmother, Kareena Kapoor to look up to.

Here’s what we think she can learn from Saif and Kareena:

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Debut Debacle:

One thing we can assert is that if Kedarnath doesn’t turn out well, Sara can certainly seek advice from her parents because neither of them made successful debuts. While Saif starred in Yash Chopra’s unsuccessful film Parampara in 1993, Kareena too failed to impress much with her first film, the 2000 war drama Refugee.

Choosing Bollywood Camps:

Looking at the careers of her parents, we certainly feel Sara will feel at home when she works in a Dharma production film. Both Saif and Kareena had successful films with the production house such as Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Kal Ho Naa Ho.

Handling Failure:

Over the years, Saif Ali Khan has been rowing around fishing hits and flops with utmost uncertainty. While some of his films clicked, he has also had a series of flops. Despite the fact that he is an actor who remains way far from having 100 and 200 crore films he has maintained his image.

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Getting Stereotyped Is Not Bad:

Most of Kareena Kapoor’s roles so far have had her in the chirpy, outspoken characters and that certainly worked out well for her. From playing obnoxious Poo to the chatterbox Geet, Kareena has strayed away from experimenting too much. If Sara too manages to find herself a comfort zone, it may not be as bad.

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