Saif Ali Khan’s daughter already has made her debut into Bollywood alongside Sushant Singh Rajput in the 2018 movie Kedarnath. Then the adorable diva went on to impress the audience by her role in Rohit Shetty directed Simmba opposite, Ranveer Singh. Although her recent venture Love Aaj Kal alongside Kartik Aaryan was a disaster at the Box Office, the young diva still has maintained her loyal fan following.
Now that Sara has entered the B-Town, there are many speculations about her brother Ibrahim Ali Khan also making his Bollywood debut soon.
In a recent interview when Saif Ali Khan was quizzed about Ibrahim Ali Khan’s Bollywood debut, the doting father seemed open to the idea of his son getting into movies. Saif said, “I don’t know if I will launch him. It’s an option and films are certainly a viable career choice for him. He’s sporty and likes the idea of being in the movies rather than pursuing an academic job. No one in the family, with the exception of his sister (Sara Ali Khan), have been interested in the latter anyway.”
But like every parent Saif too had his shares of worries and concerns and passed on a piece of advice to Ibrahim. The Jawaani Jaaneman actor said, “It’s a different universe now, with different benchmarks. I would tell him to be well prepared and choose his films carefully.”
Meanwhile, the actor also reacted to the disaster of his daughter Sara Ali Khan’s film Love Aaj Kal with Kartik Aaryan. Being cool about it, Saif mentioned, “I am very proud of Sara. Hits and misses are a part of the game.”
In the interview, Saif also talked about Sara’s upcoming film Coolie No.1 alongside Varun Dhawan. Saif said that remaking Cololie No.1 seems like a good idea and his daughter working with Varun Dhawan seems brilliant to him.
On the work front, Saif Ali Khan will be seen Bunty Aur Bali 2. The YRF film will be a low-key remake of the 2005 film starring Rani Mukerji and Abhishek Bachchan. The second installment of the film will star Rani Mukerji, Siddhant Chaturvedi and Sharvari alongside Saif Ali Khan.