Sara, Saif will not star in 'Love Aaj Kal 2'

Father-daughter duo finally cleared the speculations about Imtiaz Ali's upcoming directorial


Entertainment Desk January 28, 2019
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Bollywood star child Sara Ali Khan had quite the debut with Sushant Singh Rajput starrer, Kedarnath. The film was immediately followed by another blockbuster hit, Rohit Shetty's Simmba which starred Ranveer Singh.

Speculations have been rife about the the starlet's next movie.  A few days ago reports were doing the rounds that the father-daughter duo, Saif Ali Khan and Sara, will be seen together in Imtiaz Ali's next directorial venture Love Aaj Kal 2.

Saif, who got married to Kareena in 2012, was previously married to Amrita and has two children with her — Sara and Ibrahim. PHOTO: FILE Saif, who got married to Kareena in 2012, was previously married to Amrita and has two children with her — Sara and Ibrahim. PHOTO: FILE

The 2009 romantic comedy saw Saif, Deepika Padukone and Diana Penty in lead roles.

However, in a recent Hindustan Times report, the Sacred Games star has denied that the news is "not true at all".

According to the report, Saif was astonished with these rumours. He also told the entertainment portal that he has no clue where this fabricated information originated from.

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“It is not true at all,” Sara was also quoted by the publication. “I’d love to do a film with Abba. But, the film and our characters must justify our presence. We can’t do a film for doing’s sake,” Sara also said.

Earlier, talking about the second installment of the 2009 film, the director, Imtiaz said, "I can’t reveal now since we haven’t announced anything. We are trying to work it out. There’s nothing confirmed now but we are working towards a film. But can’t say anything now."

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He further added that he plans to start shooting by this year.

“As a story idea, it has been with me since a very long time. I’ve been discussing it. In fact, I find there are reflections in the interviews where I’ve said things like that. I’ve been saying that and feeling that, perhaps not even as a story but one day I realised there is a story. But I’ve written it like recently," said Imtiaz.

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