Sara Ali Khan says as a public figure, it's her duty to promote Indian culture

The actress spoke about her love for Indian wear at Lakme Fashion Week
Sara Ali Khan
Sara Ali Khan

Sara Ali Khan recently spoke about her love for Indianwear and said that, as a public figure, it’s an added responsibility to promote the culture on the fashion front.

Sara walked the runway in a scintillating ensemble for designer Varun Chakkilam on day 4 at LFW x FDCI.

In a conversation with IANS, Sara spoke about her fancy for Indian wear. The actress said, “Indian clothes are so incredibly comfortable to wear on a daily basis. Their western version is co-ord sets, and the world seems to have really embraced that style, too.”

Sara added, “More than anything, as public figures, it is our duty to promote our culture at a fashion and clothing level as well, so that everyone else can get inspired and influenced.”

As a renowned personality, fashion goes hand in glove with the profession. But in real life, Sara is not much of a diva and believes in keeping it simple. “I believe that comfort is fashion. What makes me feel good is what I will wear. I like to keep things simple, and that’s why I love wearing simple kurtas,” she said.

On the film front, Sara has Ae Mere Watan Ke Logon, a historical biographical drama, based on the life of freedom fighter Usha Mehta, who started an underground radio station to unite Indians. She also has in her kitty, Metro... In Dino.

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