4 Times When Saif Ali Khan Proved His Mettle As A Versatile Actor!

Saif Ali Khan’s expertise in acting has not been limited to stereotypical roles of Bollywood.

The talented actor has time and again proved his caliber as a versatile actor. Saif Ali Khan has always given his best in his movies and has set new trends with his roles.

Saif Ali Khan can easily manage difficult roles and gets into the skin of his character, Saif has also worked in almost every genre of films.

Here is a sneak peak into Saif Ali Khan’s experiments with good content of films.

1. Ek Haseena Thi – It was one of the most remarkable performance’s of Saif Ali Khan, Ek Haseena Thi was his outing with a negative role in which the actor got better with his every scene. The way he beats gangsters and tries to woo Urmila are commendable. When actor’s had stopped experimenting with such roles, Saif stupefied everyone with his acting in Ek Haseena Thi.

2. Being Cyrus – We can say that Saif Ali Khan is indeed a trendsetter as the actor is one of the first one’s to venture into dark comedy with Being Cyrus.As a lead protagonist of the film, Saif Ali Khan is spectacular. The way he portrays his character, his dialogue delivery, his body language all are incredible in the Homi Adjania’s directorial debut.

3. Omkara – With this movie Saif left everyone talking about his acting prowess. He had astounded everyone with his negative role in the film and also bagged several awards for the film. Langda Tyagi is one of the most remembered role of Saif Ali Khan, as no one can portray jealousy onscreen better than him.

4. Agent Vinod – Saif Ali Khan effortlessly carried his character of a spy and delivered a convincing performance. He is brilliant in all his scene’s and had surely entertained the audience’s with his high octane action sequence’s in the film. Saif yet again chose a different role as very few mainstream actors like Salman Khan and Hrithik Roshan have ventured into spy genre.

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