Just when we thought we were emerging out of the pandemic and life was slowly returning to normalcy, the second wave of COVID-19 hit harder and gave us another setback.
These are challenging times we are going through and it is always a blessing if you have your dear ones close.
Sara Khan recently flew to her hometown in Bhopal to be with family and seek their blessings during the holy month of Ramzan.
It was a decade after the actress returned to the city, and as far as the pictures speak, the actress had a ball of time catching up with family, especially her grandmother.
“I came to Bhopal after almost 10 years to spend some quality time with my family. This COVID-19 pandemic is a very difficult time, but I took all the necessary precautions and made sure I take the blessings of my elders and my maternal grandmother during this holy month of Ramzan,” says Sara.
As far as the festivities go, Sara experimented in the kicthen with some new recipes for iftaar and sehri. She spent a good time with her parents, and also prayed for their well being.
According to Sara, “Fasting and celebrating can never be tough when you have family around.”
Besides, Sara is a big time foodie and always looks forward to iftaar, especially for Sheer Kurma that is her favourite.
On the work front, Sara Khan is currently seen in TV series Santoshi Maa – Sunayein Vrat Kathayein.
She is also hosting a cookery show titled Annapurna Rasoi on an OTT platform. Sara has also wrapped up her latest project Cyanide Mohan alongside Sharib Hashmi that will soon be released on an OTT platform.