Sara Khan rose to fame with her role as Sadhna in Bidaai. The actress had since then appeared numerous TV shows but often times than not, it gets difficult for the artists to break from the character that they rose to fame with, the character that people associate them with. And that’s what happened with Sara as well. She was stereotyped as Sadhna, the docile bahu. That made actress want the people to know as she is and she expected people to accept her as they accepted Sadhna. “I did not want to stay as Bidaai’s Sadhna my entire life. I wanted to be fit and be Sara Khan,” Sadhna told The Times of India.
“So, I didn’t think much about my transformation. I just started working out and concentrated on my fitness. I did not change my face, I am the same. Yes, of course, I did the lip filler which was a disaster and it did not look good at all. It was very bad it didn’t suit me at all. Mujhe apni khud ke lips pasand nahi aate the tab (I did not like my own lips back then) and I was waiting for it to dissolve. I didn’t like my look at that time,” Sara Khan added.
“When you are a public figure you will get love and hate both. If there are good people, there will be bad people too. We all know that and we have to understand that everyone looks at you with love and positivity. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and you can’t stop anyone from expressing their thoughts. There are a few people who get really rude to you and post harsh comments. Initially, they used to bother and affect me, but then I realised that they are faceless people. They don’t even have real identities. They hide behind fake IDs and don’t even have the guts to show their real face,” the actress who has worked in shows like Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki, Woh Apna Sa, Namah and Jaana Na Dil Se Door to name a few.