Pooja Bedi's Stunning daughter Will Be Seen Playing Saif Ali Khan's Daughter In Her Debut Film

Blog By fatema  |  08-03-19

Saif's real-life daughter, Sara Ali Khan already made her mark in Bollywood since her debut and now it's time Saif's reel life daughter

Pooja Bedi's Daughter

Pooja Bedi's Daughter

After Sara Ali Khan, Jhanvi Kapoor already gave their debut film in the Bollywood other star kids like Ananya Panday and Pooja Bedi's very gorgeous and stunning daughter, Aalia Furniturewalla will be seen making her debut in Bollywood.


She Is Not Playing Sara Ali Khan

She Is Not Playing Sara Ali Khan

The 21-year old will be starting her acting career by playing Saif Ali Khan's daughter in her first film and she also expressed her excitement of the first film and she also said she is not playing Sara Ali Khan.


She Expressed Her Feelings

She Expressed Her Feelings

She said, "It’s a funny derivative. I am playing Saif Ali Khan’s daughter but not real life Sara. In fact, the character I’m playing is actually a lot like me in many ways! Which for me, is a great thing in a debut film because not only does the audience get to see me act and perform, but they also get a little glimpse into the real-life Alaia! And it goes without saying, I’m thrilled excited to be making my debut as Saif’s onscreen daughter. He is one of the finest actors that we have and I hope to learn a lot from him!”


She Further Added

She Further Added

She also further continued by saying, “I’m beyond excited!! And I’m really happy that I am starting out at a point when there is so much going on for actresses. Janhvi (Kapoor) and Sara made their debut last year, this year it’s Ananya (Panday), me and others. I think each of our film choices has been so different from each other’s choices that it makes it all the more exciting. Our film industry has seen such a variety of films recently and I feel like all of us as newcomers are really embodying that variety too. Each one of us is bringing our own individuality and our own choices to the table. We aren’t trying to fit in.”









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