Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan is seen in her Instagram post.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
Sara Ali Khan, the daughter of Bollywood actors Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh, is the new bee in Bollywood.
Sara, who is known for her simple yet classy performances in films, is loved by fans and followers.
The royal beauty took to her social media account to share a stunning picture of herself with wise words.
"Be filled with wonder. Be touched by peace," Sara captioned the image, which currently has 459,000 likes on the photo-sharing website.
Sara will soon be seen sharing screen space with actor Varun Dhawan.
The film is directed by Varun's father David Dhawan. The film is a remake of the Govinda-Karisma Kapoor original the director made in 1995.
The 77-year-old actor has been a household name in India for nearly half a century, and his deep baritone is instantly recognisable to listeners in the country of 1.3 billion.
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Kangana Ranaut was in the mood for spiritual nostalgia over the weekend, as she took to social media on Saturday and shared a picture from the time she visited Kashi Vishvanath Temple in Varanasi.
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