After her author-backed role in Kedarnath,the much in-demand Sara Ali Khan will be seen in a not-so-pivotal role in Rohit Shett’s Simmba this week
And Sara is not at all unhappy with her reduced space.
Says the post-debut actor about her sophomore role, “It’s a commercial Hindi film. Of course the role is not as large asKedarnath and I hope my fans won’t be disappointed. I aspire to be very versatile.”
Wouldn’t her fans be disappointed?
Sara protests, “I’ve just started out. I don’t have fans. My well-wishers should know I am here to do all kinds of work. Will I cherish my author-backed role in Kedarnath for the rest of my life? Yes I will. But dancing with Ranveer Singh asNeha Kakkad does my playback is also my dream come true.”
She is well-adjusted to the shifting dynamics of commercial Hindi cinema. “It’s okay if I am not there in Simmba as much as I was in Kedarnath.It’s okay if don’t have that big role. Being a part of a Rohit Shetty film is as much a high for me as being a central character in Kedarnath. When I signed Simmba I was very aware of my role. One needs to know why one is doing what one is doing. I did Simmba with my eyes open. I am thrilled to be part of it.I aspire to do all genres of cinema.”
Displaying a wisdom far beyond her years Sara says, “An actor does every film in the hope of success and in the hope of learning something new. I’ve learnt a lot from working in both Kedarnath and Simmba.”
What would your third film be? “Something that challenges and excites me. Right now I am promoting Kedarnath andSimmba. I am scared when this ends there will be a void in my life. I can’t wait to get into another project.”
And yes, no holiday for Sara. “Not at all. I don’t want to take a break. Abhi toh maine kuch bhi nahin kiya hai. Mujhe aaplogon ko abhi bahot entertain karna hai.”