Mumbai: It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Sara Ali Khan’s choice of films have been both, classy and massy. She kick-started her Bollywood journey in 2018 with Kedarnath co-starring late Sushant Singh Rajput, which was highly performace-driven. Later, she was seen in Rohit Shetty’s Simmba opposite Ranveer Singh which was a full-fledged masala entertainer. The beauty soon became one of the forces to reckon with and also had Love Aaj Kal 2 in the offering, that marked her third release. Now over a year later, Sara is gearing up for her fourth film, Coolie No.1 with Varun Dhawan.
Interestingly, Sara’s last film Love Aaj Kal and Coolie No.1, both are remakes of original films by the same name. Ask Sara if it is a conscious decision to sign more remakes and the actress clarifies that she’s in fact more excited to sign original films now. However, having said that, she admits that if ever David Dhawan plans to come up with Karisma Kapoor and Salman Khan starrer Biwi No.1 remake, then she would love to be a part of it.
“Honestly, like truth be told, I am quite like excited and looking forward to do original films now. Abhi kuch naya karna chahti hu (Want to do something new now). But, David (Dhawan) sir’s Biwi No. 1 is something that I would like to do, if ever”, said Sara.
Meanwhile, talking about Coolie No.1, the movie also stars Paresh Rawal, Johnny Lever, Rajpal Yadav and Jaaved Jaaferi in pivotal roles. The David Dhawan directorial is garnering immense buzz on the internet courtesy the fun trailer and songs. The makers have also ensured to retain the original tracks Husn Hai Suhaana and Mirchi Lagi Toh to keep up with the ’90s nostalgia. This explains why the audiences are loving the vibe of the film and are highly looking forward to its release tomorrow.
While talking about her chemistry with Varun in the film, Sara mentioned how lovingly and patiently he took care of her on the set and would look after the minutest details to make her feel comfortable among other co-stars. She said that Varun ensured to take her under his wings.