Columbia University graduate Sara Ali Khan reveals real reason why she chose become an actress
After graduating from an Ivy League, Columbia University a few years ago, Actress opens-up on why she joined the film industry
Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan who is now just 4 movies old, revealed her becoming an actress. Did you know, Sara holds a degree from Columbia University in New York.
Before venturing into cinema, Sara completed her studies because dad Saif Ali Khan was very particular that she completed her education.
In an old interview with Vogue, Sara gave the real reason to choose acting, "The reason for which I have chosen to become an actor is the fact that I aspire for versatility in the genres of films that I do and in the kind of roles that I portray, and I don't think that you can necessarily have a lot of screen time in every single film that you are a part of. I think sometimes you do films because there are certain directors that you want to work with or there is a certain genre that you want to be a part of and while of course, in time and role and importance to the narrative are things that actors do consider and things that I consider as well."
She also talked about working in a masala entertainer like Simmba right after playing a lead role in a completely different film like Kedarnath.
"I think a balance in the kind of films I do and versatility in the roles that I can portray are also very important deciding factors for me. I was very keen to work with Rohit Sir, I am huge fan of the genre of work that he does and I think that it was a different opportunity for me than Kedarnath. Going forward, I think that of course, one does aspire for author backed roles and great characters to portray. I think that somewhere down the line the movie business is a collaborative one and sometimes there are films and stories that you want to be a part of even if you don't have a lot of screen time, so that's why I decided to be part of Simmba and Rohit sir was nice enough to cast me in it," she added.