Sara Ali Khan enjoys a holiday in rain-soaked Goa

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Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan is on a vacation in rain-soaked Goa along with her brother Ibrahim. Posting several photos of her tour with fans on Instagram, Sara has said that both the siblings had a great time cycling in the showers. One picture shows Ibrahim carrying Sara on his shoulders after a cycling trip.

In another photo, Sara is seen in a pool with her favourite Unicorn float even while it is raining. Moreover, a video shared by Sara on the Raksha Bandhan day shows the celebrity and Ibrahim swimming in a pool.

Sara’s love for water is well-known. In March this year, she had posted a series of photos from the poolside on Ibrahim’s birthday and the pictures with Sara wearing a bikini with peach and multi-hued prints had soon gone viral.

Sara had also visited the Maldives during a holiday and posted a number of photos showing her wearing a multi-colour bikini. These pictures too earned numerous likes on social media, making Sara the top new-generation Bollywood star for her bikini fashion and water rides.

While having a great time in Goa, Sara regularly shares her experiences with fans. Goa is the top foreign exchange earner for India as far as tourism is concerned and the state is gradually returning to normal overcoming the challenges posed by the pandemic. In fact, several celebrities and tycoons have started arriving in Goa in private jets to spend their holidays. Such travellers are spending large amounts of money to reach the state and stay here, but the hotels, restaurants and other tourism-related businesses in the state are facing several practical difficulties to function under the threat of COVID-19.

Incidentally, the AAI (Airports Authority of India) had recently issued guidelines for visitors to Goa in order to ensure the safety of tourists as well as local people.

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