Friday, November 30, 2012 14:14 IST
Something's cooking between the 'Student Of The Year' co-stars Sana Saeed and Sahil Anand
Sana Saeed is best remembered as Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Anjali from Karan Johar's 1998 film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. She even featured in KJo's recent film Student of the Year. The audience may still remember
her as the eight-year-old Anjali but she's all grown up now!
And there's buzz about her and her Student of the Year co-actor Sahil Anand who featured as one of the friends of the lead stars in the film. The two seem to be getting along like a house on fire.
Says a source, `They first met on the sets of SOTY after which they have become close. They have been spotted hanging out together at parties and events.`
Both even walked the ramp together at Neeta Lulla's recent fashion show to pay homage to the 26/11 victims. Earlier they were also on the catwalk at designer Manali Jagtap's show for an NGO.
Sana who featured in television soaps like Babul Ka Aangann Chootey Na and Lo Ho Gayi Pooja Iss Ghar Ki is keen to make it as an adult as well in B-Town. She has always stated that she would love to romance her
screen dad SRK on the big screen!
Engineer-turned-actor Sahil featured in the reality show Roadies 4 after which he began modelling till he got a break in SOTY.
Sahil's spokesperson maintains, `They are just friends.`
By arrangement with Mid-Day.com
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