Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan, who made her debut through Kedarnath is slowly and steadily spreading her magic everywhere. Soon after her first movie she gave a superhit Simmba 2 and now is working on Love Aaj Kal 2 opposite Kartik Aaryan. Not only films, she has also started becoming the favourite choice for advertisers as she has already replaced Shraddha Kapoor in Veet, and Shruti Haasan for an aerated beverage brand and now it seems as if she is all set to replace Disha Patani for the leading sports brand Puma and it is being heard that she will work with Virat Kohli on the same.
As per the latest reports, it was being reported that the officials of the brand ended their association with Patani and after which she moved over to Calvin Klein and now they are designing a campaign talking about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and Sara, who suffered from it opened up in detail about the same during a chat show. A closed source informed a portal and said, “It was mutually decided between Disha and the brand officials that the contract would not be extended. So Disha moved on to Calvin Klein, and Puma started their hunt for a new face.”
Check out Puma's advertisement starring Disha Patani here:
Further the source informed, “Sara turned out to be a perfect fit because of her incredible fitness story - on Koffee With Karan, she had revealed her battle with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and how she became fit with the right diet and regular workout. The brand's marketing team is currently designing a campaign around this." Further it was said that if the campaign goes well, the actress will be teamed up opposite Indian Cricket Captain for an advertisement.
Talking about the same, the source said, “If the first campaign does well, the brand officials are also keen to team her up with Virat Kohli for another commercial. However, it's too early to talk about it." Meanwhile, check out some of the stunning pictures of the actresses and the cricketer here:
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