SAIF ALI KHAN OPENS HIS MIND:
>Saif Ali is a man who has aged in reverse, and you won’t really believe anyone, when they tell you he is 50. There is an old world charm about him, something that keeps you engrossed, and he is someone who would fall under the category of sophisticated prince class. He might have made bad choices of movies initially in fear of the Fridays, but he has definitely let it all go. Back with power action in Sacred Games, this person has definitely turned around the wheel. We are talking about a character now, who is a Nawab, interested in fine travelling, has a great taste in wine and literature, and is someone who occasionally acts. Yes, we are talking about the Bohemian nawab, Saif.
HE TALKS ABOUT HIS RISKY PROJECTS:
>Some of his riskiest projects haven’t fared off well, and he hasn’t got through good runs, he has been terrified of Friday blues, but as he talks about these projects, he isn’t scared about movies like Chef, or Kalakaandi. He didn’t even regret doing them. When he looks back at other failures like Phantom, Bullet Raja, he believes that those shouldn’t have happened at the same time, and shouldn’t have had the same haircut. He regrets those years, and the wastage of money. Although he doesn’t know what went wrong with Chef or Kalakaandi, whether it was him or the marketing.
>Sara will be making her debut this year, and she is already convinced about the script. She will be working with Karan Johar. Saif is happy that his daughter’s future is secure and that she is under the guidance of someone who will look after her. He says that even if the project doesn’t work out well, he is sure that she will have more movies on her platter soon. We hope that both father and daughter get their best roles soon!