Sara Ali Khan has left The Collective to collaborate for Karan Johar and Bunty Sajdeh’s DCA.
Sara Ali Khan made her acting debut in Kedarnath, directed by Abhishek Kapoor, in December 2018. The actress followed it up with the Rohit Shetty-directed Simmba, establishing her as a talent to watch in the industry. Despite the fact that the pandemic slowed her career, she appeared in films such as Love Aaj Kal, Coolie No. 1, and Atrangi Re. Since her debut, KWAN has served as her manager (Now, The Collective).
According to sources close to the situation, Sara will leave The Collective after 5 years. “Sara had a great journey with The Collective, and the two have decided to amicably part ways for better future prospects. “The paperwork is complete, and Dharma will exclusively manage Sara Ali Khan’s films, web series, and brands,” a source close to the situation said.
Tiger Shroff, meanwhile, left The Collective in November to join Dharma Cornerstone Agency in search of new opportunities. However, Ranveer Singh amicably parted ways with Yash Raj Films in the same month to join The Collective, which is now solely focused on building a brand around Ranveer. In the post-pandemic world, management teams have changed as actors pursued a restructuring strategy.
DCA currently represents Ananya Panday, Tammanaah Bhatia, Tripti Dimri, Tiger Shroff, and Vijay Deverakonda, among others. Sara Ali Khan’s upcoming films include Dinesh Vijan’s Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, in which she co-stars with Vicky Kaushal, and Ramesh Taurani’s Gaslight, in which she co-stars with Vikrant Massey. While no release date for either film has been announced, we have heard that they may go direct to digital. Sara can also be seen in Karan Johar’s Ae Watan Mere Watan, which is set against the backdrop of an All India Radio show. The film is finished and will be available on Amazon Prime soon. The actress is currently reading more scripts and will make new exciting announcements very soon.