Sara Ali Khan twins with mother Amrita Singh as they visit Ajmer Sharif Dargah, see photos

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Sara Ali Khan, alongside with her mother Amrita Singh, visited Ajmer Sharif Dargah on Friday. The mother-daughter duo twinned of their green-coloured Indian outfits. They flew from Mumbai on Thursday night and have been noticed by the paparazzi on the airport as they left for Ajmer.

Sharing some pretty clicks of herself with mother Amrita from her visit, Sara wished her followers on the ‘jumma’. She captioned it, “Jumma Mubarak 🤲🏻🙏🏻☮️💟”. This just isn’t the primary time that the actor has visited the Sufi shrine. She had earlier gone there with Amrita Singh to hunt the blessings of the almighty earlier than the discharge of her debut movie Kedarnath.

The Coolie No. 1 actor typically holidays with mother Amrita and brother Ibrahim Ali Khan. The trio most lately had a visit to the Maldives. On Amrita’s birthday earlier this month, Sara had shared how a lot she loves her mother. She had posted a ravishing image with the Chameli ki Shaadi actor and had written, “Happy Birthday to my whole world 🌎 💝🥇 Thank you for being my mirror, strength and inspiration.”

In a latest interview to Elle India journal, Sara Ali Khan had additionally talked about how being a ‘star kid’ didn’t put together for all times as an actor. The 25-year-old instructed the journal about her thought of ‘acting’ whereas rising up. “People would expect that I’d know things –being a star kid and coming from a filmi background. But on each set, I’ve learnt new things. When I was a four-year-old acting only meant dancing on Kaanta Laga and when I was a teenager, I wanted to be Poo from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… On the sets of Kedarnath, I didn’t even know that sometimes one shot has to be taken several times,” Sara mentioned.

On the work entrance, Sara is engaged on Aanand L Rai’s subsequent titled Atrangi Re. The movie additionally stars Akshay Kumar and Dhanush in distinguished roles.

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