The endearing post of Sara has garnered thousands of hearts within no time.
Bollywood sensational actress Sara Ali Khan and her brother Ibrahim Khan enjoyed a day out cycling post Raksha Bandhan festival and shared adorable photos giving major sibling goals.
The “Simmba” actress turned to Instagram and shared sweet pictures from their journey with a poem for Ibrahim.
In the photos, Ibrahim could be seen giving sister Sara ride on his shoulders.
Sara wrote, “Post Rakhi bonding vibe. To match with me i had to bribe. My younger brother- begged him to join my tribe. But his day out was fun- he says ‘I can’t describe’ To see more please like share and subscribe #doubletrouble #twinning #winning.”
The endearing post of Sara, who shares a great bond with her younger brother Ibrahim, has garnered thousands of hearts within no time.
Earlier, on the occasion of Rakhsha Bandhan, Sara Ali Khan shared a video wherein she could be seen enjoying swimming with brother.
Sara Ali Khan and Ibrahim are Saif Ali Khan's children with his first wife Amrita Singh.
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