Sara Ali Khan, the Bollywood sensation, recently made a remarkable appearance on Karan Johar’s popular talk show, “Koffee With Karan Season 8,” alongside Ananya Panday. This episode highlighted the long-standing rumors surrounding Sara’s alleged romantic involvement with Indian cricketer Shubman Gill. They were spotted together on a dinner date, but neither of them has officially addressed these rumors. However, Sara has candidly discussed these link-up rumors for the first time.
A Light-Hearted Response
In a recently released promo for the upcoming Koffee With Karan episode, Karan Johar didn’t hold back inquiring about Sara’s dating rumors with Shubman. With her trademark charm, Sara responded with a humorous twist, saying, “You have got the wrong Sara, guys. Sara ka sara duniya galat Sara ke peechay pada hai (the whole world is after the wrong Sara).” Her witty response left Karan and the audience in splits. Reports suggest that Shubman Gill is dating Sara Tendulkar, although these claims remain unverified.
Sara’s Views on Marrying a Cricketer
Previously, when asked about the possibility of marrying a cricketer, just like her grandmother, the legendary Sharmila Tagore, Sara Ali Khan shared her thoughts on the matter. Her response shed light on her broader perspective.
Profession Takes a Backseat
Sara expressed that a potential life partner’s profession did not weigh heavily on her decision. Whether it was a cricketer, businessman, actor, or even a doctor, she was open to various options. She added with a touch of humor, “Maybe not doctors; they will run away.” She went on to emphasize that the critical factors for her were intellectual and emotional compatibility. Sara stated, “The truth is that jokes apart, you must match me mentally and intellectually. And if you can do that, I think it’s great, but that would matter to me much, much more than the profession.”
Prioritizing Mental and Intellectual Connection
Sara’s perspective on choosing a life partner highlights her focus on deeper connections beyond their career choices. While her grandmother Sharmila Tagore’s marriage to former Indian cricket captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi was iconic, Sara underscores that compatibility on a mental and intellectual level holds more significance to her.