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Sara Ali Khan adds, “It is his life, his luck, his talent” rather than setting an example for brother Ibrahim

Sara Ali Khan

Sara Ali Khan, who is already a well-known figure in the industry, is the subject of increased attention due to the fact that her younger sibling Ibrahim Ali Khan is also attempting to enter Bollywood. Sara discussed Ibrahim’s aptitude in a recent interview with ANI, where she also wished him success and good fortune in the industry.

What Sara Ali Khan expressed
Sara Ali Khan responded in the negative when asked if she would like to set an example for her sibling with her work: “No, I have no desire to do so. My brother’s intelligence is not a result of chance, talent, or life circumstances. Since we were both raised in the same way, I am confident that he will not stray from his intended course. And regaining oneself is possible regardless of the distance run. “Our mother (Amrita Singh) instructed us in that.”

At the moment, Ibrahim is filming for multiple projects. Nevertheless, no official declaration regarding his initiatives has been issued as of yet.

His ‘aapa’, Ibrahim, wished him well on his Bollywood debut and stated, “I hope he maintains a healthy work-life balance.” It is advisable for him to adhere to his personal values. “A grounded child is he.”

Concerning Sara’s endeavours
Sara Ali Khan is currently engaged in the promotion of her most recent film, Ae Watan Mere Watan, which is a biopicure inspired by the life of freedom fighter Usha Mehta and set in pre-Independence India. Congress Radio, which Usha established in 1942, played a pivotal role in supporting the Quit India movement.

Regarding the film, she stated, “I was not cognizant of Usha’s contributions; it was her enthusiasm and inspiration that propelled me to complete this film.” It is worthy of this tale to be told. She founded a clandestine radio station at such a young age that galvanised the Indian national struggle by uniting so many citizens of the country. The youth of today must hear this tale of unwavering determination, self-assurance, and perseverance.”

Ae Watan Mere Watan is produced with the assistance of Dharma Productions, which is led by Karan Johar. Sachin Khedekar, Abhay Verma, Sparsh Shrivastav, Alexx O’Neill, and Anand Tiwari also play significant roles in the film. In the Kannan Iyer-directed film, Emraan Hashmi also makes a cameo appearance in the role of nationalist and freedom fighter Ram Manohar Lohia.

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