Sara Ali Khan is grabbing the headlines nowadays with her appearance on several television shows and events for the promotion of her upcoming film Kedarnath. Undoubtedly, the newcomer has proved her fashion sense with her sartorial choices. Not only this, but she has impressed fashion police with her elegance and charm. Today, her second film Simmba’s trailer has been released and both the lead actors – Sara Ali Khan and Ranveer Singh were present at the trailer launch event.

Simmba Trailer Out: Ranveer Singh Roars And Sara Ali Khan Shines in This Rohit Shetty’s Film

Simmba Trailer Out: Ranveer Singh Roars And Sara Ali Khan Shines in This Rohit Shetty’s Film

Sara marked her presence at the trailer launch event in a beautiful black top and shimmery pink pants. Subtle makeup, kohled eyes, white nail paint and curled up hair gave an edge to her entire look. Needless to say, she looked gorgeous as she flaunted her flawless beauty in the trendy outfit.

She took to Instagram to share a couple of her pictures and captioned it as, “Simmba Girl.”

Earlier, Sara was seen wearing Arpita Mehra’s contemporary lehenga. It was not a regular lehenga since instead of a dupatta, Sara wore a long black cape which gave her outfit a contemporary touch. The cream coloured floral detailing added richness to the black lehenga. With a simple black strapless blouse and a black cape with embroidery running along its borders, Sara posed for the camera.

Check out the pictures here:


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Simmba Girl ‍♀️

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On a related note, Simmba is bankrolled by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions and is directed by Rohit Shetty. Simmba is all set to hit the screens on December 28. The film also features Sonu Sood in the role of a villain and Ajay Devgan will be seen making a special appearance.

Sara is all set to make her Bollywood debut with Kedarnath. The movie is all set to hit the screens on December 7.