Saif Ali Khan on Sara Ali Khan being a part of 'Love Aaj Kal' sequel

The 'Tanhaji' star started off by saying that he 'doesn't know how to feel about it'

Entertainment Desk January 02, 2020

Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone starrer Love Aaj Kal’s sequel stars Saif's daughter Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan in the lead roles. Since the news came out, fans of Saif have been wondering how the actor feels about his daughter being a part of his the sequel.

Earlier, there were also speculations surrounding Saif's appearance in the film. However, he cleared the air on that matter.

Nevertheless, in a recent chat with Mumbai Mirror, Saif shared his feelings about Sara being a part his film. The Tanhaji star mentioned that it’s kind of great that Sara is a part of it but he can’t say what to feel about it.

Saif joked about doing the sequel himself and cited the example of recreating his own old track Ole Ole for Jawaani Jaaneman. But, in the end, Saif wished Sara all the best for her film with Kartik Aaryan and mentioned that according to him, time has flown by.

He said, “It’s great but I don’t know how to feel about it. Even I could have acted in the sequel (laughs). I just did the remix of my song, Ole Ole (from Yeh Dillagi) for Jawaani Jaaneman and now my daughter is acting in a sequel of my film. It’s lovely and I wish her all the best. Time really is flying.”

Meanwhile, Sara and Kartik’s Love Aaj Kal is also directed by Imtiaz Ali. Recently, Kartik and Sara were seen together at a dubbing studio, according to PinkVilla. The film is slated to hit the screens on Valentine’s Day 2020.

On the other hand, Saif is gearing up for the release of Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior that stars Kajol and Ajay Devgn apart from him. Saif will be seen playing the antagonist in the film. It is slated to release on January 10, 2020.

The Sacred Games star initially denied the news of his daughter working in the sequel.

According to the Hindustan Times, Saif was astonished with and told the entertainment portal that he has no clue where this 'fabricated information' originated from, “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 said.

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