Saif Ali Khan’s Daughter Sara Ali Khan’s Debut Film Releasing Date Finalize

By | March 29, 2018
Sara Ali Khan's Debut Film

Sara Ali Khan’s Debut Film Releasing Date Finalize

Sara Ali Khan’s Debut Film has been a major topic of discussion for a very long time now. Actually, Sara Ali Khan was first offered by director Abhishek Kapoor’s film but his recent fallout with producer Prerna Arora makes the situation uneasy. And still, the film seems to be hanged by the complicacy, So filmmaker Karan Johar decided to give her a chance in the cast of Rohit Shetty’s ‘Simmba’ opposite Ranveer Singh. So from the above, we can say it that Sara Ali Khan is going to make her Debut film under the direction of Rohit Shetty in opposite to Ranveer Kapoor. Although Rohit Shetty and his whole team were looking for its female lead and their search ends up at Sara Ali Khan.

Sara Ali Khan is doing her Debut in ‘Simmba’ and not in ‘Kedarnath’

Sara Ali Khan is doing her Debut in ‘Simmba’ and not in ‘Kedarnath’. A few days ago it has has been a huge topic of discussion but now the confusion clears finally and got the date of release. According to the reports Abhishek Kapoor’s film ‘Kedarnath’ was initially scheduled to release on December 21st, 2018, but now it has been pushed to mid-January 2019 on the other hand ‘Simmba’ is slated for a December 28th, 2018 release. So according to that Sara Ali Khan’s Debut Film is change to ‘Simmba’ and not to ‘Kedarnath’.

The Filmmaker Karan Johar took his twitter account and shared this news with everyone. Watch his post.

Confirming the news, Dharma Productions also took its Twitter Account to confirm the news with the caption ” All your speculations end here! Presenting to you the leading lady of #Simmba opposite @RanveerOfficial – #SaraAliKhan! Roaring to cinemas near you on 28th December 2018.”

With the so far details, it is all cleared that Saif Ali Khan’s daughter Sara Ali Khan’s Debut Film is ‘Simmba’ and not ‘Kedarnath’.


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