Sara Ali Khan (Photo Credit: Instagram)
Sara Ali Khan always manages to keep her millions of followers updated with her posts on social media. The actor has now shared a throwback video, much before her weight loss transformation. In the video, Sara can be seen in a playful mood during a flight while the iconic song Sar Jo Tera Chakraye from 1957 film Pyaasa plays in the background.
She captioned the video on Instagram, ''Presenting Sara ka Sara Sara. Let’s make ‘light’ of what it was... Let’s also make it lighter than what it was. Video and transformation credit: @namratapurohit.'' She seems to be the only one awake during the flight as her friends are seen taking a nap while sitting besides her.
Sara's fans were quick to drop comments on the video and appreciated her for her weight loss journey. 'What a transformation it is Sara..keep the hard work going..lots of love' wrote one user while another wrote, 'Inspiration'. Another commented, ''Aww u r too cute inner beauty is very important and u have that. Size doesn’t matter.''
Sharing her weight loss journey, the actor had told in an interview to BBC, ''Jahaan aapko pizza milta hain, wahin aapko protein milta hain. Jahaan pe chocolate milta hain, wahin aapko salad milta hain. That was it. So, I lost all the weight that I had gained there and lots more by working out and maintaining a disciplined life.''
On the work front, Sara will next be seen with Kartik Aaryan in Love Aaj Kal. The film is helmed by Imtiaz Ali and will hit the silver screens on Valentine's Day. The film is said to be the remake of the 2009 film Love Aaj Kal, which starred Sara's father Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone. The film is scheduled to hit screens on February 14 this year. Speaking about the film, the actor said he is going to cherish the movie. "I am very excited about Imtiaz [Ali] sir’s next, which comes out on Valentine’s Day. That has been one experience I’ll always cherish," Kartik had said.
Apart from Love Aaj Kal, Sara will be next seen opposite Varun Dhawan in Coolie No 1, a remake of the 1995 original film by the same name which was directed by David Dhawan himself.