Saif Ali Khan's new web series "Sacred Games" is currently making headlines for many reasons and it is also the most watched and liked by the viewers very much. Saif who plays the role of a cop, Sartaj Singh, racing against time and the underworld, to save Mumbai, is starring in the web series with the talented actress Radhika Apte who is already favourites to many for her performance in many short movies on the digital platform and Babumoshai Nawazuddin Siddique. Sacred Games comes on Netflix and the stars are gaining popularity with this web series and enjoying the success of it. The web series is successful both in the eyes of critics and audience.
Saif's movies are not doing well at the box office but the charm of his acting is still alive and he proved it in the Sacred Games. Now, his daughter, Sara Ali Khan is all set to rule the Bollywood. Sara is going to debut with Kedarnath helmed by Abhishek Kapoor which also features Raabta actor Sushant Singh Rajput in a lead role. The story will tell a romantic tale based on the backdrop of the Kedarnath Tragedy of 2013. The movie has already faced many problems earlier for some financial issues and disputes between director and producers. Also, Sara was sent a legal notice for signing her second film Simmba alongside Ranveer Singh.
In all the Chaos, Daddy Saif stands with daughter Sara and he is not nervous at all as said by the actor himself.
Recently, when Saif was asked if he is anxious about Sara’s debut, he said, "I am confident she will do very well. She is in the right hands. I am not nervous anymore".
Well, acting skills are in the Nawab's family. Sara will be tested during her debut by the critics and audiences alike. Good luck, girl.
Talking about Sara, Sushant Singh Rajput has said, "When I started my Bollywood journey five years back, I was excited about learning new things and showcasing my talent. I saw the same enthusiasm in Sara. Her zest reminded me of my early days. She knows her craft well and is confident about her way ahead. I am sure she will do well".