Saba Pataudi shares chubby childhood picture of Sara Ali Khan, asks fans ‘naughty or sweet?’


New Delhi: Saba Ali Khan, sister of Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan, is away from the limelight of Bollywood but remains very active on social media. She often shares pictures of her family and ancestral home Pataudi Palace on the internet. Now, she has shared an unseen picture of Sara Ali Khan, in which she looks absolutely adorable and chubby. This picture is going viral on social media.

Sharing a chubby childhood picture of Sara on her Instagram story, Aunt Saba asked fans if she looks naughty or cute? Sara is looking very cute in this picture, she is wearing a pink and orange dress and is looking super cute. While Saba is clicking a picture, little Sara is posing for the shutterbugs. On voting, 53% of fans believe she looks naughty and another 47% believe she looks cute.

Earlier, Saba had taken a cute click of Sara and Ibrahim on Instagram from childhood. Sara is presenting Ibrahim as a young mom and the click has rocked the internet. Saba captioned the picture, “Lal Mamma…Sara and Ibrahim. Captured by me. Taking candid pictures is the best way to capture moments. We all look back and remember those days. Fun and carefree day.” Also, on Monday, Saba shared a picture of baby Ibrahim and Saif Ali Khan and wrote, “Guess who is blinking at the camera? Hint: Brother is looking super young! I’m the photographer again for this candid moment!” Fans have filled the comment section with heart-to-eye and love emojis.

Also, wishing her fans on World Environment Day, Saba shared a picture of mother-daughter Amrita and Sara and wrote, “A mother’s world and environment….her baby. This picture is from an old collection. Truly taken by you.

Let us tell you that this is not the first time that Saba has shared throwback pictures on her Instagram. She often shares old pictures of Pataudi Palace and family on her official account. Saba is a jewelery designer by profession and often shares old memories of her family on Instagram.

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