Monday, February 04, 2013 10:53 IST
Pakistani actress Sara Loren has been avoiding the spotlight by steering clear of public events
Pakistani actress has been avoiding the spotlight by steering clear of public events
Pakistani import Sara Loren did a no-show at a calendar event where she was to be the chief guest recently. She was earlier also missing from an
event for her forthcoming film with Randeep Hooda.
Sources however reveal that her missing in action acts have been deliberate as the newbie wants to maintain a low profile. She wants to avoid any
unnecessary attention at public events and come under the scanner for being from across the border.
Sara, earlier called Mona Lizza, had made her B-Town debut in Pooja Bhatt's 2010 film Kajraa Re opposite Himesh Reshammiya. She is now
starting anew with a new name.
Says a source, `Though the film's promotions have begun, Sara has also been told by the makers of the film to go slow when it comes to public
events. She will only be making her appearances more close to the release date of the film. She has been told to play safe.`
Sara, who features in fashion photographer Manish Chaturvedi's calendar, skipped the launch event held recently at a suburban hotel. She
apparently said she could not make it at the last minute. But as the source maintains, `As it was a public event, she had to skip it.`
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