Sara Ali Khan tells paparazzi 'Aap log dhakka marte ho', refuses to pose

    Sara Ali Khan tells paparazzi 'Aap log dhakka marte ho', refuses to pose

    Sara Ali Khan is known for sharing a sweet bond with the paparazzi and greeting them with her trademark ‘namaste’.

    Sara Ali Khan tells paparazzi 'Aap log dhakka marte ho', refuses to pose

    Actress Sara Ali Khan engaged in a verbal argument with the paparazzi as she was being clicked in the city on Wednesday night. The actor got shoved by a photographer after which she refused to pose for the cameras.

    In a video that has surfaced online, the Atrangi Re actress was seen coming out of a building when a group of paparazzo surrounded her. Dressed in a yellow kaftan and matching pants, she was seen flashing her big smile for the camera. But a photographer accidentally pushed her which left Sara annoyed. However, she maintained composure and politely refused to pose and said, “Fir aap log dhakha maarte ho aise (You guys then push this way)." She then hopped into her car and left the venue, while the photographers bickered among themselves as to who pushed her.

    Soon after fans began praising Sara for her polite behaviour despite being pushed by the photographers. One user wrote, “ They pushed her bt still she smiled nd was being so sweet” sic, while another user wrote, “She's such a sweetheart. The way she reacted so politely despite being pushed by that pap ❤️❤️❤️” sic.

    Meanwhile, Sara had recently impressed her fans with her social media post in which she is seen dancing to RD Burman 's classic song Samundar Mein Nahake with her hairstylist Sanky Evrus. "Namak mein Chamak Thumak Thumak,” she captioned the post. In the video, she continued her dance even though her sandal slipped in the middle. Watch the video here:

    On the work front, Sara Ali Khan was last seen alongside Akshay Kumar and Dhanush in Aanand L Rai ’s Atrangi Re. She will next be seen in Laxman Utekar's untitled with Vicky Kaushal . Her upcoming projects also include Gaslight with Vikrant Massey and Aanand L Rai's Nakhrewali.