Sara Tendulkar, the daughter of cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar, found herself in the spotlight recently due to ongoing dating rumours with cricketer Shubman Gill. These speculations had gained traction, fueled by confusion with Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan. And now Sara’s recent outing with Shubman Gill‘s sister Shahneel Gill has only added fuel to the ongoing rumours.
In the wee hours of Sunday, the paparazzi captured Sara Tendulkar and Shahneel Gill, enjoying a late-night outing in the same car. Sara, dressed in an elegant black outfit, and Shahneel, sporting a stylish grey top, were photographed together.
The late-night rendezvous has ignited curiosity among fans and sparked fresh speculations about the nature of Sara Tendulkar’s relationship with the Gill family, particularly with Shubman.

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On Koffee With Karan 8, Sara Ali Khan humorously dismissed the dating rumours with Shubman, saying, “You have got the wrong Sara, guys. Sara ka saara duniya galat Sara ke peeche pada hai (The entire world is after the wrong Sara).”

During a World Cup match, Shubman was also teased by the spectators with Sara’s name to which Virat Kohli jumped and asked them to call the cricketer by his name pointing to his name written at the back of his jersey.

As fans await further details or clarification from Sara and Shubman, only time will tell if this friendship turns into something more.

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