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Sara Ali Khan admits criticism bothered her

Sara Ali Khan

, who has carved a niche for herself in the

film industry

, saw two major releases in two weeks on two different streaming platforms. The actress received mixed reviews for both her films Netflix’s ‘

Murder Mubarak

’ and Prime Video’s ‘

Ae Watan Mere Watan

’. Before the release of AWMW, Sara talked candidly about how she handles social media


and how with time her attitude towards it changed.

During an interview with DNA, Sara was asked about how she deals with the feedback – both positive and negative. She said, “You read the good, you read the bad. You celebrate the good. You keep the bad in your memory. I am not afraid of criticism. There is no problem. I am not afraid of noise. I always pray and hope to have the awareness of knowing that this is noise and I need to filter it.”
The actress acknowledged that during the beginning of her career in the film industry with ‘Kedarnath’ in 2018, she used to get affected by negative comments but things changed thereafter. She recalled, “I was like this during Kedarnath and then I changed. Now, I am getting back to that. There was a voice in me that felt like I am not being honest to myself anymore. My gut had stopped reacting to me the amount it should. That should not happen.”
‘Ae Watan Mere Watan’ also stars Emraan Hashmi, Abhay Verma, Sachin Khedekar, and Sparsh Srivastava. On the other hand, ‘Murder Mubarak’ also stars Karisma Kapoor, Pankaj Tripathi, Vijay Varma, Dimple Kapadia, Sanjay Kapoor, and Tisca Chopra.
On the work front, Sara Ali Khan will be next seen in Anurag Basu’s ‘Metro… In Dino’, which is a spiritual sequel to ‘Life… In a Metro.’

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