‘I think it is my sense of duty to make sure I am clear’, says Sara Ali Khan on taking up her social media responsibilities very seriously

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Sara Ali Khan proved to be one of the most promising debutants of last year. The actress bagged the Best Debut award at Filmfare Awards as well for her performance in Kedarnath in which she starred with Sushant Singh Rajput. She followed it up with Simmba in which she was paired opposite Ranveer Singh. Sara left the audience wanting more especially after her no-nonsense and hilarious appearance on Karan Johar’s chat show Koffee With Karan.

Sara also has a very strong presence on social media as well. Recently, in an interview with a daily, the actress opened up about her social media responsibilities. She said, “I used to initially say it doesn't matter at all, but as time has passed by I have realized that there are about 10 million people following me. That's a huge number, but most importantly one needs to be a little more aware, which is a very big one for me. I am a very bindaas kind of a person. I do like it as and say as it is. Most people take it sportingly, but there are certain people who don't.”

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She further added, “One thing while knowing me you need to sometimes understand that I am not trying to be rude to you, even on social media. There could be a comment or joke I could crack, there are better ways in life. In person, you have to understand the context, but in social media, it stays over there. On social media, there are 500 followers that needn't understand the intention. I think it is my sense of duty to make sure I am clear.”

On the work front, Sara will be teaming up with Varun Dhawan in David Dhawan’s Coolie No 1 remake. The film is slated to release on May 1, 2020. She also will be seen opposite Kartik Aaryan in Imtiaz Ali’s directorial which is tentatively titled Aaj Kal. It is slated to release on Feb 14, 2020.

(Source: DNA)

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