Sara Ali Khan as a kid, thought her father uses “foul language” and her mother runs a “p*rn site”

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Published by Jayanti Poddar on 03 Nov 2021

Sara Ali Khan has said that she believed her parents, Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh, were “negative people” when she was a child. Sara revealed in a new interview that after seeing Saif in Omkara and Amrita in Kalyug, she believed that her ‘father uses terrible language and her mother operates a p#rn site.

In the criminal drama Omkara, Saif Ali Khan played Ishwar ‘Langda’ Tyagi (2006). Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor, Konkona Sen Sharma, and Vivek Oberoi also acted in the film. Kunal Kemmu played the lead in the action thriller Kalyug (2005). The film also featured Emraan Hashmi, Smilie Suri, and Ashutosh Rana in addition to Amrita Singh.

Sara Ali Khan remarked on her childhood memories of movies in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar India, saying, “All I remember is seeing Omkara (2006) and Kalyug (2005) and being really disturbed that my parents were such nasty people (laughs)!” When I was younger, I used to believe that my father used foul language and that my mother ran a p#rnographic website…it wasn’t enjoyable. And I was thinking, ‘What is this!?’ since they were both nominated for ‘best actor in a negative role’ in the same year.”

Sara reflected on the previous several years, saying, “I have always been mama’s girl, …… I’m the one who will want to do five more push ups, read one more chapter of chemistry, or request for another reading of a script. Yes, life and the circumstances around me have changed…”

Saif and Amrita got married in 1991 and became parents to Sara and Ibrahim Khan. Both of them parted their ways in 2004.

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