Sara Ali Khan has been quite a subject of discussion since the past few months. It has been a few months and Sara is already making it to the top list of our favourites in B-town owing to her honest and witty nature. She always manages to grab our attention, be it with her honest revelations on crush Karthik Aaryan or talking about her equation with stepmom Kareena. Her tremendous work in Kedarnath and Simmba had left everyone speechless.
Even though she comes from a broken home Sara Ali Khan has moved ahead with positivity. She loves her abba Saif Ali Khan as much as she loves her mother. Yesterday on Father’s day Sara had taken to Instagram to share a series of pictures. She had captioned it as, “Happy Fathers’ Day Abba. Thank you for always being here for me, for being my partner on nerdy holidays, for teaching me how to read, for showing me my first rain and snow, for teaching me how to eat spaghetti and all the while remaining patient, loving and compassionate! #likefatherlikedaughter #daddysgirl #mymainman #handsomestman #partnerincrime”.
Speaking of how much he adores and loves his father she had shared in an interview with Times of India. She had said, “I see my father today and I see my mother today and I think that they are both much happier than they would have been together. Therefore, everyone around them is happier. What I have today is two very comfortable homes as opposed to one uncomfortable home”
In an interview with Vogue, she had shared that she has inherited traits from her father and very similar to him. She was quoted as saying, “He’s a lot like me—we’re both readers, we both like history, we’re both travellers. He is 25 years older than me, which isn’t a lot. I am right in between the age gap of Taimur (Saif and Kareena’s son) and my father.”
Sara had also shared that, Saif doesn’t like discussing films with her. She said, “He looks at me like I’m a traitor for discussing films. He lives with Kareena [Kapoor], is a brother to Soha, and is an actor’s son. So, now, if I discuss work, he’s like, ‘Please don’t do this to me.’ So, we don’t talk about films often. We talk about history, argue about what Hitler’s motivations were, or who was wrong in the Cold War. Sometimes, we discuss religion and how different beliefs and social systems came about. We both enjoy culture, travelling, good food, and great conversations.”
In an interview, Saif had said that he has always been proud of her father. He had said, “I was a proud father even when she got into Columbia University and graduated in two years. I’m proud when I see her interacting with the staff at home. She’s so well behaved, full credit to her mother (Amrita Singh). Sara’s intelligent, well-spoken and charming.”
Well, these are some really adorable pictures of baby Sara and daddy Saif. Did you guys like it?. Keep us posted.