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sara ali khan: Sara Ali Khan leaves ‘The Collective’, joins Karan Johar’s ‘DCA’

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Sara Ali Khan is ready to quit her 5-year relationship with KWAN (aka The Collective), a well-known talent management agency in Mumbai, to join Karan Johar and Bunty Sajdeh’s ‘Dharma Cornerstone Agency’ (DCA). Sara Ali Khan made her debut in 2018 with the movie ‘Kedarnath’ directed by Abhishek Kapoor along with Sushant Rajput Singh. Since then, the collective has managed its films, shows and advertisements.

Khan’s career growth has seen a green card since her debut. Although the growth chart dropped slightly during the pandemic, she has been a part of many major films such as ‘Simba’, ‘Love Aaj Kal’, ‘Coolie No. 1’ and ‘Atrangi Re’.

A source close to her revealed that the actress has decided to part ways with the collective for better prospects. She also informed that Sara has signed the deal with DCA and the paperwork is underway. And as of now, DCA exclusively manages the actress’s films and events.

Last year, Tiger Shroff also parted ways with the collective to join the DCA. However, Ranveer Singh joined The Collective last year and the agency is exclusively working on creating a good brand of his. The collective manages actors like Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Kriti Sanon, Kartik Aaryan, Rishab Pant. While DCA manages many young actors such as Mrunal Thakur, Disha Patani, Ananya Panday, Shanaya Kapoor, Tripti Dimri and many more.

Sara Ali Khan has a slate of films ready for 2023. The actress will appear in Metro In Dino alongside Aditya Roy Kapoor directed by Anurag Basu, ‘Luka Chuppi 2’ opposite Vicky Kaushal and Gaslight opposite Vikrant Massey.

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Frequently Asked Questions1. What was Sara Ali Khan’s latest movie?Atrangi Re (2021) is Sara Ali Khan’s latest movie.2. When did Sara Ali Khan make her Bollywood debut? Sara Ali Khan debuted with Kedarnath (2018).

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