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TV actress Sara Khan wants to concentrate on production

Monday, 10 December 2012
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Mumbai, December 10:

TV actress Sara Khan has turned producer with the opening of her banner Louise Multimedia, and says she is determined to work hard and reap good results.

"I just don`t want to be a producer who does just one work and leaves. I want to grow with it and that is why we are concentrating on our first movie really hard and want to come up with good results," said Sara.

Sara made her small screen debut with the serial ‘Sapna Babul Ka...Bidaai’ and was later seen in ‘Ram Milaayi Jodi’. She even featured on ‘Bigg Boss 4’.

Asked if she is inspired by Bollywood actresses like Lara Dutta and Ameesha Patel, who have also turned producers, Sara said: "To be very honest, I am not inspired by anyone. I want to be the one who thinks about her work all on her own. If I have thought about this, it is for something good."

The first film under her banner is ‘A Capsule of Love’, and Sara hopes to give it her best shot.

IANS

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