Saif Ali Khan is changing his mind about his daughter’s debut in Bollywood
It seems that Saif Ali Khan is the type of fathers, who react late to everything. Unfortunately for his daughter’s sake, Saifu is reacting to the local newspaper, DNA. Hopefully, Saifu told Sara what was on his mind before letting it all out to the local paper. Sara Ali Khan has just signed her first film with Abhishek Kapoor. There was a rumour that Karan Johar will launch Sara, but it seems that he’s made Sara wait for a long time. It’s silly for any of these girls to wait for KJo, since he’s only focusing on making the career of Alia Bhatt. Her first film is titled ‘Kedarnath’ and her hero in that film is Sushant Singh Rajput. She signed the film before Sushant’s ‘Raabta’ was out. Now that it’s out and has flopped badly at the box office, we wonder if that changes anything in their arrangement. DNA asked Saif about Sara’s debut and how he’s feeling about this. Saifu gave the same answer we had when it was announced that Sara will be joining films. Well, Saifu is supposedly part of this modern-couple now so he can’t publicly say that he does not want Sara to join films. Though, he is right in his explanation below. Check it out.
Saif Ali Khan on Sara Ali Khan’s Debut in Bollywood
Saif on how he feels about Sara’s debut
A little nervous. Fear is the most driving factor in the industry. Why would she want that for herself? Look at where she studied. After having done that, why wouldn’t she want to live and work in New York, rather than do this? I am not looking down on acting, it’s just it is not the most stable profession. And everyone lives in constant fear. And there is no guarantee that despite doing your best, you will succeed. This is not the life, any parent would want for their children.
Saif on whether he had anything to do with Sara signing her first film
No, I wasn’t involved in it. Look, I am there if she needs to ask or talk to me about anything. I know what she is doing and we talk about films just like we do about everything else.