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Rishi Kapoor says Sara Ali Khan shows ‘confidence with no insecurities’ as she tugs her own luggage

Sara Ali Khan is one of the most humble actresses of Bollywood. From obliging her fans with selfies to greeting paparazzi with a smile, the Kedarnath actress has given us more reasons than one to adore her. Recently, when she returned to Mumbai from Lucknow, Sara was spotted wheeling her own luggage as she made her way out of the airport. Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor got hold of these pictures/videos of Sara Ali Khan and he was really impressed by the young girl’s act.

The actor soon took to his Twitter account and lauded Sara’s actions. “Wonderful Sara. You set examples of how celebrities should behave at the airport. No harm at all tugging your own baggage, no chamchas to receive and the icing on the cake! No dark glasses or an airport look. You show confidence with no insecurities. Atta girl!” tweeted Rishi Kapoor.

Sara Ali Khan became everyone’s favourite ever since she appeared on Koffee with Karan’s episode with her dad Saif Ali Khan. The episode was aired before her debut film Kedarnath released. Sara spoke directly from her heart and people adored her straightforwardness, upfront attitude, and chirpiness. Sara Ali Khan has a cheerful personality and it reflected during her promotional interviews for both Kedarnath and Simmba.

The daughter of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh made her debut opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in Kedarnath. Within 20 days of her first’s film release, we saw Sara entertaining us once again with her second project, Simmba. She shared screen space with Ranveer Singh in this Rohit Shetty directorial.

Up next, we will see Sara romancing her crush Kartik Aaryan in Imtiaz Ali’s Aaj Kal. It is touted to be a sequel of Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone’s Love Aaj Kal (2009). She also has Coolie No 1 adaptation in her kitty, wherein she will romance Varun Dhawan.

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