Surely time flies within blink of an eye! It’s still unimaginable that we have passed three years due to this detrimental pandemic, but our minds and hearts are still wandering around in earlier times.
Seems like it’s no different for Sara Ali Khan as well. The actress made her debut in 2018 with ‘Kedarnath’. Sara played a unique role of Mandakini aka Mukku and she captured a big space in our hearts with her first film.
Despite belonging from a royal and star family, Sara is that one actress who has given her best by avoiding being typecast and continues to impress us with diverse roles.
Yesterday, Sara had shared some throwback behind-the-scene pictures from the set of ‘Kedarnath’. In the pictures, it’s evident that Sara had worked quite hard as she woke up at 4 am in the morning to study the script and get prepared for the shoot. Sara is known for her down to earth nature and from the pictures it’s clear that’s not a lie! She’s seen enjoying the local foods everyday in Kedarnath as the whole crew had to stay there.
She is seen visiting the local shops and clicking pictures with local people. She also shared some pictures with late Sushant Singh Rajput and the director Abhishek Kapoor. She also shared a picture of the ecstatic moment with her first Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for ‘Kedarnath’.
Sara wrote a heartwarming note in the caption, “4 years ago my biggest dream came true. It still feels like a dream and now perhaps always will. I’d do anything to go back to August 2017 and shoot every scene of this film again, relive every moment again, learn so much from Sushant about music, films, books, life, acting, stars and the sky, witness every sunrise, sunset and moonrise, listen to the sound of the river, enjoy every plate of Maggi and Kurkure, wake up at 4am to get ready, be introduced and directed by Gattu sir, and just be Mukku all over again. Thank you for a lifetime of memories. #JaiBholenath. And as the full moon shines bright tonight, I know Sushant is up there right by his favourite moon, shining like the bright star he always was and always will be. From Kedarnath to Andromeda.”
Inevitably her note made us nostalgic with her as ‘Kedarnath’ is indeed a significant film.