Sara Ali Khan debuts on the Koffee couch with daddy Saif

Sara also shared the pic on her Instagram account where she’s seen sipping coffee with her father.

The Pataudis are on a roll as after Soha Ali Khan ringed in her 40th birthday, Sara made her debut on the Koffee couch. Yes, the new starkid who is ready to burst on the silver screen recently shot for a Koffee With Karan episode with daddy Saif.

It was the first day of shoot for KWK 6, and Karan Johar unveiled a picture of his guests on social media. Sara also shared the pic on her Instagram account where she’s seen sipping coffee with her father. She captioned the picture as, “Thank you for my first cup of koffeeee @karanjohar ️????#fatherdaughter #koffeewithkaran #suchfun #seeyousoon” Check out the click:

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Thank you for my first cup of koffeeee @karanjohar ️ #fatherdaughter #koffeewithkaran #suchfun #seeyousoon

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Now isn’t the father-daughter duo looking regal?

You may recall, a few days back, Karan revealed that Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt will be the first guests on his chat show. KJo took to social media and posted a picture which read, “The first cup of Koffee. Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt.”

Talking about Sara’s debut with Ranveer Singh, ‘Simmba’, is directed by Rohit Shetty and is all set to release on 28th December. Meanwhile Saif is going to come up with a corporate thriller ‘Bazaar’, the trailer of which has recently been unveiled.

Well, we are sure fans can’t wait for the episode to be aired and see what the father-daughter duo has to share with the world.

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