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According to the cover of Stardust magazine, Saif has been quoted as saying that his wife, Kareena Kapoor wouldn’t mind if he works with his ex-wife, Amrita Singh. In an interview with Filmfare magazine, he said that he is getting along well with ex-wife Amrita Singh as well. “It is a perfect life ya. They are right. I’ve nothing to complain about, really. I have a cellar stocked with good wine. A lovely lady at home (Kareena Kapoor Khan). I love my mother (Sharmila Tagore), my sisters (Soha and Saba Ali Khan) and my wonderful children (Sara and Ibrahim). Now even my ex-wife (Amrita Singh) and I are getting along. We are discussing our children’s future,” Saif said to Filmfare. Kareena Kapoor Khan is quite comfortable with Saif’s children from his earlier marriage. She is often seen hanging out with Sara and Ibrahim. Considering this, it hardly comes as a surprise that Chote Nawab’s begum is nonchalant about letting Saif work with Amrita.
Saif and Amrita’s marriage lasted for more than a decade and after thirteen years of marriage, the couple decided to go their separate ways. Gossip columns insist that as a part of their divorce, Saif agreed to pay a hefty amount to Amrita as alimony and also decided to support his kids while Amrita got the custody of their children.
They say marriages are made in heaven, divorces on the other hand definitely aren’t part of that deal. Like celebrity weddings that usually go overboard with the expenses, celebrity divorces are somewhat similar. We look at some of the most expensive celebrity divorces we have seen in Bollywood.
Many popular Bollywood actors have failed to deliver hits with their past few releases. Trade experts analyse the reasons
While the younger lot of Bollywood actors including Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Shraddha Kapoor and Sidharth Malhotra, among others, continue to deliver hits, a few established stars in the industry have failed to impress with their past few releases. Ranbir Kapoor, Vidya Balan, Saif Ali Khan, Emraan Hashmi and Imran Khan have either had a string of flops, or average releases, in the recent past. Since they still carry a certain brand value, film-makers continue to get them on board for big projects. But industry experts say that it is high time they deliver a hit. “Today, your success eventually boils down to how successful your films are at the box-office,” says trade analyst Taran Adarsh.
Here, industry experts share their views on why these actors have failed to impress, and suggest measures they should take to sustain their market value and fan base.