I wanted fuller lips and got it done, what’s the big deal? Asks Sara

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - City - - FRONT PAGE - Shreya Mukher­jee ■ shreya.mukher­[email protected]

When she posted a selfie on In­sta­gram, all ac­tor Sara Khan in­tended to do was an­nounce her up­com­ing sin­gle through the post but lit­tle did she know that she would be mer­ci­lessly trolled for her pic­ture. Af­ter the photo was posted, it is be­ing said that Sara has un­der­gone a lip surgery that has gone wrong. While there have been end­less nasty com­ments on that post, Sara seems to­tally un­fazed by all the neg­a­tiv­ity. “I don’t un­der­stand what’s so much noise about!” she says, and adds, “I had posted a video and In­sta sto­ries about my lip filler, [where I] openly spoke that I have not done any lip surgery. I did not even faint when I was get­ting it done. They don’t give you any anes­the­sia. It’s just one in­jec­tion and you are done.”

With­out any qualms, Sara, who is known for TV shows such as Sapna Babul Ka...bidaai, Bhagyalaxmi and Woh Apna Sa, adds that groom­ing [for an ac­tor] is im­por­tant at times and there’s no harm in even go­ing un­der the knife if one feels the need to do so. “If you don’t have any­thing and you badly want it, then just get it done. This is what I be­lieve in. I am happy with rest of my body ex­cept my lips. I wanted fuller lips and de­cided to get this done.”

And once again she in­sists that it is not a case of surgery gone wrong, “I am very happy with the re­sult, and with my smile, too. Trust me, noth­ing went wrong as many have been spec­u­lat­ing.”

On how she deals with trolls, Sara says she reads pos­i­tive com­ments and counts the neg­a­tive ones out. “Trolls don’t de­serve much at­ten­tion. None of them are feed­ing or tak­ing care of me. Who are they to take de­ci­sions for me? What­ever I post on social me­dia, trolls will al­ways have some­thing to say. If I don’t get trolled, I feel I have not done some­thing right and feel in­se­cure,” she says with a laugh.

Lastly, Sara points out that amidst all this, her work an­nounce­ment just went un­no­ticed. “This is my new sin­gle — a su­per fun track for all the brides. We’ve recre­ated the ti­tle track of Sapna Babul Ka...bidaai and it’s done by Al­taaf Sayyed (Pak­istani singer-com­poser). We’ve shot a beau­ti­ful video, which will re­lease soon,” she con­cludes.

Sara Khan; (in­set) the photo that she got trolled forPHO­TOS: IN­STA­GRAM/@SSARAKHAN

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