Sara Ali Khan is a Professional, Says Kedarnath Actor Tarun Gahlot
In 'Kedarnath', Tarun plays a role of a pithu leader (people who carry pilgrims on their back), who fulfils the demands of pithus.
The first look poster of Kedarnath, starring Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Rajput! (Image: GITS Pictures)
After working with debutante actress Sara Ali khan in Kedarnath, actor Tarun Gahlot seems to be in awe of her.
"Sara is a humble person. Despite being a debutante, she is quite professional and a mature actor. Working with her has been a wonderful experience, though my scenes were very limited with her but I enjoyed shooting with her," said Tarun in a statement.
Tarun also feels that the actress is a well grounded person.
"Sara used to fold her hands and say namaste, stand in the que for food along with the rest of the team. She is a respectful human being..."
In "Kedarnath", Tarun plays a role of a pithu leader (people who carry pilgrims on their back), who fulfils the demands of pithus.
Talking more about the film, the actor said: "Working on this film has been very challenging because we have worked in extreme conditions, shot in freezing cold in Kedarnath and then shot in bombay in extreme heat... but it was worth it."
Directed by Abhishek Kapoor, "Kedarnath" which is set against the backdrop of the devastating 2013 Uttarakhand flood, has been released nationwide on Friday. The film also stars actor Sushant Singh Rajput in the lead role.
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