Raksha Bandhan 2019: Sara Ali Khan shares throwback pic with Ibrahim, Calls him best brother
Rakshabandhan 2019: Sara Ali Khan shares throwback pic with her younger brother Ibrahim, Calls him best brother and partner in crime
On the auspicious festival of Rakshabandhan, Bollywood celebrities are taking to their social media accounts to share message or pictures of their siblings. The latest one who shared her picture with a younger brother is Sara Ali Khan. After Amitabh Bachchan, Kartik Aryan and Aryan Khan, now Sara Ali Khan, who is currently busy shooting in London for Coolie No1, has shared a childhood picture of her and younger brother Ibrahim Khan.
We earlier informed you how Aryan and AbRam Khan celebrated Rakhi with their cousin Alia Chibber, who took to her social media account and shared a couple of pictures with Aryan and AbRam. Now, Sara Ali Khan has shared a throwback photo of her and Ibrahim Khan and called him brother and partner in crime. Raksha Bandhan 2019: Amitabh Bachchan Celebrates Rakhi With THESE Throwback Pics
In the picture, little Sara is seen smiling at the camera while newborn Ibrahim is yawning in the cutest way. Sharing this adorable photo, Sara wrote on Instagram, “Happy Rakhi to my baby brother Missing you today- touching my leg, giving me money, feeding me chocolates and hugging me. I promise to bully you, extort you, greedily eat all your food and force love and cuddles out of you forever. #bestbrother #partnerincrime #safeandsecure”
Check out the photo below:
Sara Ali Khan — daughter of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh — made her Bollywood debut with Kedarnath last year has become the household name in the film industry. She has delivered two back to back hit movies namely Kedarnath and Simmba. The actress has two upcoming movies Aaj Kal and Coolie No 1.
When Saif was asked if Ibrahim will also make his debut in Bollywood. To which he stated, “He should, he’s looking good, better looking than I am! He’s a very charming guy. He’s still a little young, and I’m keener that he does university first. Then, of course, we’ll support him in whatever he wants to do.”