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Super Cute Sara Ali Khan Rocks Ranbir Kapoor’s Badtameez Dil (Throwback Watch)

Sara Ali Khan is the new sensation in Bollywood. After debuting in “Kedarnath” opposite Sushant Singh Rajput, the actress went on to establish her claim to stardom through “Simmba” opposite Ranveer Singh. Directed by Rohit Shetty, according to the director himself, this daughter of Bollywood superstars Amrita Singh and Saif Ali Khan herself approached the “Golmaal” director for getting a film.

Born to a successful actress and an actor with an aristocratic legacy, Sara faced her share of ups and downs in the form of depression and weight gain caused to some extent due to the divorce of her parents. After losing a lot of weight and two-films later, Sara Ali Khan looks like a confident actor who knows perfectly well how to handle the paparazzi, awkward questions during an interview and still keeps on that charming, super cool smile on her face.

Sara Dancing To Badtameez Dil

Recently a video of the actress surfaced in which she can be seen dancing to the famous song of Ranbir Kapoor “Badtameez Dil” from the movie Anjaana Anjaani. The song became a big hit not only for its music composition, but also for the special step choreographed by Remo D’Souza. The throwback video seems to be recorded before the release of her first movie “Kedarnath” as it also shows the actress clapping for a shot and discussing a few things with her first hero Sushant Singh Rajput.

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Sara not only looks cute and beautiful, through the dance she already announced how well she can emote. Apart from her movies, Sara was also in the limelight last couple of months for her alleged relationship with the current heartthrob of the nation Kartik Aaryan. The two have now decided to go separate ways and many believe that it is mostly because of the “Luka Chuppi” actor’s closeness to his “Pati Patni aur Woh” actress Ananya Panday.

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