Sara Ali Khan Shares The Side-effects Of Working With Ranveer Singh For The First Time. Watch Video

Leela Adwani |Dec 29, 2018

Sara Ali Khan said, “the most positive energy that he has is the constructive energy” and her co-star Ranveer Singh has inspired her in a big way.


Sara Ali Khan and Ranveer Singh’s new collaboration Simmba has hit the screens nationwide and social media was flooded with positive reviews. Both Ranveer and Sara went all out for the film’s promotion. The duo, in a recent interview with Pinkvilla, spilled the beans about the film, what they thought about their co-stars, directors and many more, and indeed they were their jovial, candid self during the interview. When asked about the side-effects of collaborating with Ranveer, Sara said that the whole post on Instagram was sort of a joke.

The actor then added, “the most positive energy that he has is the constructive energy” and her co-star has inspired her in a big way. While Sara was talking, Ranveer Singh was doing something crazy. They also shared their thought and experience when working with director Rohit Shetty. Both of them heaped praised on Rohit and said he is the most caring and amazing filmmaker they have ever had. Sara even said she was privileged to work with him.

Sara and Ranveer also sang the song Aankh Marey for the fans and the vibe during the interview was epic and fun.

See the full interview below:

For the uninitiated, Simmba is directed by Rohit Shetty and it is adapted from the Tegulu film, Temper (2015). Since the film’s trailer was released, fans cannot get enough of the brand-new on-screen pair Sara and Ranveer. Other than the trailer, its posters and original soundtrack also create the right buzz for Simmba.

The fact is that the film witnessed a great start in the morning shows with 35% occupancy. Based on the reviews from critics and audience, the movie is expected to perform well in the evening shows.


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