Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Sachin’s daughter to make Bollywood debut, soon says a report

Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar’s daughter, Sara Tendulkar, is all set to make her Bollywood debut. 

The 24-year-old, who was studying medicine in London, is one of the most popular celebrity kids in India and has more than 1.8 million followers on Instagram, where she is quite active and often posts updates.

According to widespread media reports, she is taking acting lessons these days and is also part of various brand endorsements. 

According to the reports by Bollywoodlife, sharing the details about Sara’s debut plans, a close source said, “Sara might make her Bollywood debut soon. She has always been very much interested in acting, and she has even taken a few acting lessons as she does some brand endorsements. Sara has done her studies at London University in medicine. However, the 24-year-old girl is interested in making her career in the glamour world”.

“Sara, who often maintains a low-key profile, might leave the audience surprised with her acting skills. She is extremely talented, and her parents are extremely supportive of whatever decision she makes. Sara is a model by profession, and her pictures often make her fans go gaga over her”.

The 24-year-old made her modelling debut with an appearance in a lifestyle advertisement for an e-commerce portal. In the commercial, she was seen flaunting her stunning looks. Along with Sara, the ad also featured Tania Shroff and actor Banita Sandhu, who made her debut in the Varun Dhawan-starrer film October.

The reports of Sara’s making her Bollywood debut were in the news in the past as well. But Sachin then shut down the rumours by stating that his daughter is enjoying academic pursuits and all the reports about her joining the film industry were baseless. Sara was recently spotted at the Cricket Club of India’s Brabourne Stadium on April 16, where she came to watch the match between the Mumbai Indians and Lucknow Super Giants.

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