Sara Ali Khan is interested to get married, but with one Big condition, read details

Sara Ali Khan is interested to get married, but with one Big condition, read details

Sara blossomed from a typical shy teenager into a gorgeous lady. She lost weight drastically before venturing into Bollywood. Sara Ali Khan, who is the daughter of actor Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh loves traditional attires.

There is no hiding from the fact that Bollywood actress has a different set of dressing styles to woo her fans. She has a staggering fan following- millions of fans and she likes to draw attention to her fans and her outstanding outfit serves as a testament to the fact.

The Bollywood actress is mostly seen in Kurtis and simple braid, but she can also rock her gorgeous body in a bikini as her Instagram unveils her vacation pictures.

Sara Ali Khan is interested to get married, but with one Big condition, read details

After graduating from Columbia University, she ventured into acting by portraying the leading lady in the 2018 films Kedarnath and Simmba. Both movies were commercially successful.

She also earned the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. Sara Ali Khan appeared in Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 list of 2019.

Meanwhile, Sara Ali Khan made the headlines when she expressed her interest to get married but with one big condition. Guess what? Sara opened up that she is ready to tie the knot but the groom will have to agree to her one condition.

She revealed that while she is ready to tie the knot with the man only if he agrees to live with her and her mother Amrita Singh. Yes, you read that right! Sara Ali Khan isn’t kidding. In fact, she also has a valid reason for the same.

Talking to ETimes, the actress said this is also an important aspect for her film Atrangi Re, co-starring Dhanush and Akshay Kumar. Sara has a dialogue in the movie where she says, ‘kya ek baar ek ladki ko dono nahin mil sakte? The actress argues that why is it always the woman who has to leave her parents and go to the groom’s house, why can’t it be the other way around?”