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Sara shows off toned figure in a snakeskin dress

November 04, 2019 10:50 IST

Sara Ali Khan channels her inner pretty woman on the cover of Grazia.

Photographs: Courtesy Grazia/Instagram

'This is my metabolism, I can't stand the idea of waking up with nothing to do or going to sleep without accomplishing anything,' revealed Sara Ali Khan in an interview with Grazia for their November cover.

The mag's November 2019 cover girl has opened up about her acting career, life and dreams.

'I've always wanted to be an actor,' she said. 'When I was studying at Columbia University in New York, I enjoyed subjects like political science, history, and economics.

'But then I did a theatre course as well. The rush and thrill of performing sort of reinforced my love for cinema.'

Commenting about herself, she added, 'I am the most impulsive human there ever was. Whether it's what I am going to do in the next 15 minutes or if it's answering someone's question while I am on the road.

'I have no idea what I am going to do next. I really am unpredictable and I have always been that way, which is why I love my job because it allows me to be spontaneous.'

Dressed in a leopard printed blouse and a snake printed skirt, Sara looked chic and effortlessly stylish on the cover.

Sporting a chain link necklace and dark pink lips, she wore her hair in soft perms.

For her second look, below, Sara chose a snakeskin H&M dress and paired it with a trench coat and metallic earrings.

The cover has been photographed by Taras Taraporvala.

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