Sara Ali Khan completes another trip around the sun today as she is celebrating her 28th birthday today. Fans adore her for her quirky personality and quintessential girl-next-door charm. It’s already known that she hails from a lineage of Nawabs. Sara is the daughter of Saif Ali Khan and his former wife, Amrita Singh. Subsequently, Saif tied the knot with Kareena Kapoor Khan. On this significant occasion, Sara was wished with a heartwarming birthday message from Kareena.
Kareena Kapoor Khan wishes Sara on her birthday with unseen pictures
Kareena Kapoor Khan expressed her birthday wishes for Sara Ali Khan through her Instagram stories. She shared a collage featuring two pictures of Sara. One from her childhood and another from the present time. In the first image, a young Sara is seen in her father Saif’s arms, sporting adorable twin ponytails as she feeds him a cake. The second photo captures Sara eagerly taking a bite of food from her younger brother Jeh’s hands.
Kareena’s collage subtly conveys that history repeats itself, emphasizing the beautiful sibling bond shared between Sara and Jeh. On the image, Kareena wrote, “Happy birthday beautiful @saraalikhan95 Have a fantastic year.” This heartfelt post from Kareena adds to the warmth of Sara’s special day.
Kareena Kapoor Khan wishes Sara Ali Khan with this adorable photo
For those who might not be aware, Sara Ali Khan is the eldest among her siblings. She has a younger brother named Ibrahim Ali Khan. They have a beautiful blended family. Sara also has two step-brothers, Taimur and Jeh. Her affection for them is evident, as she frequently shares adorable pictures of them on her Instagram account, showcasing the love and bonding within their family.
Sara Ali Khan upcoming movies
On the work front, Sara Ali Khan recently gave a hit with Zara Hatke Zara Bachke alongside Vicky Kaushal. Ahead of that, she will next be seen in Anurag Basu’s Metro… In Dino. The film also features Aditya Roy Kapur along with an ensemble cast. It will release next year on March 29, 2024. Post that, she has Homi Adajania’s Murder Mubarak and Dharma Productions’ Ae Watan Mere Watan.