Sara Ali Khan's Filmfare magazine debut upsets fans

Khushboo Shah
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Sara Ali Khan made her magazine debut on Filmfare's March Edition but she has stunned the audience in more than one way

Sara Ali Khan won many hearts with her debut movie Kedarnath and proved she was here to stay with her second movie Simmba. With her quirky interviews, she proved she was more than just a star kid.

She did her first ever magazine shoot for Filmfare's March Edition. The cover was shot in Kenya. Sara is seen rocking a boho avatar in the shoot. While some have received the "A star is born" magazine cover well but others have bashed it for using Africans as props for her shoot.

Time and again we have seen celebrities culture appropriating. A recent example being Shraddha Kapoor photoshoot for Daboo Ratnani's calendar shoot. Where she was posing in a Native American headgear. People criticized her for being offensive and appropriating culture. Sara's cover has carved out the same response on Twitter.

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Have a look at what Twitter has to say :

In no time they tweeted a video of behind the scene of the same image.

They may have lightly tried to deflect the claim of lack of shadow and the man being photoshopped but they have not tweeted anything regarding the culture appropriate backlash.

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