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Crowd Cheers As Akshay Kumar And Saif Ali Khan Shake A Leg To Main Khiladi Tu Anari

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , on September 23, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Bollywood Khiladi Akshay Kumar, who has made us laugh her lungs out with a number of his roles in Bollywood films, judges The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. Recently, actor Saif Ali Khan had visited the sets of The Great Indian Laughter Challenge to shoot an episode, where the actors shared the stage and had a dance-a-thon!

Akshay and Saif have done several films together such as Main Khiladi Tu Anari, Tu Chor Main Sipahi, Tashan, Yeh Dillagi, to name a few. But the duo’s performance on Main Khiladi Tu Anari was certainly a treat for the audience. In a statement to DNA, a source from the sets, said, “When the two met, there was a lot of cheer from the audience. The two then took the crowd by surprise by shaking a leg to their hit track, Main Khiladi Tu Anari.”

Akshay and Saif bonded a lot on the sets of The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. Post their amazing performance, Akshay said, “I hope you guys liked this. But I have to say that really miss Chinni Prakashji (choreographer) today. Today had he been here, this performance would’ve been so much better. The two were seen bonding a lot and also pulling host Elli Avram’s leg.”

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Saif Ali Khan: My foot has swollen almost like a football

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , on September 22, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Hurt on the set of his upcoming web series ‘Sacred Games’, Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan says fear of injuries doesn’t deter him from performing stunts in his projects.

“Such things keep happening,” said Saif Ali Khan, pointing to his right leg that is currently in an orthopedic cast. The actor recently injured himself while shooting an action sequence for Sacred Games, the Netflix original based on Vikram Chandra’s novel by the same name. “My foot was swollen like a football. The doctor told me it was a minor ligament tear. It was terribly painful, but it’s getting better now.”

While most actors would take time off to recover from the injury, Khan could not afford to. Vikramaditya Motwane (one of the directors of the series) did not flinch from continuing the shoot. “I thought I’ll be out of action for some time, but that was not the case. Despite the injury, Vikram made me shoot an action sequence in a bathroom,” he laughed, the irony of the situation not lost on him, before adding, “Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I am a fast healer.”

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Saif Ali Khan gives a thumbs up to Go Goa Gone 2!

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , on September 12, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan packed quite the punch as the zombie hunter in Raj and DK’s quirky comedy Go Goa Gone. The makers are planning a sequel now. The directors have bounced the idea off to Saif and he’s really liked it. A source says, “Go Goa Gone 2 will hopefully happen sometime next year and it will definitely have Saif in it. He’s loved the idea and okayed it. He will be producing the film, like the original.”

Saif Ali Khan brainstorms with film-makers over dinner

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , , , on September 8, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Earlier this week, Saif Ali Khan hosted a private get-together at his Bandra residence for his director-friends. Present at the brain-storming bash were Airlift-director Raja Krishna Menon, Delhi Belly writer Akshat Verma, TV show P.O.W. Bandi Yuddh Ke’s writer-director Gauravv Chawla, NH10 director Navdeep Singh and Udaan filmmaker Vikramaditya Motwane, along with Saif’s Bazaar co-star Rohan Mehra. Saif’s begum, Kareena Kapoor, and little nawab, Taimur, were in Delhi for the shoot of Shashanka Ghosh’s film, Veere Di Wedding, but the actor played the perfect host, arranging a lavish spread of kebabs and other finger food and the choicest of drinks for his band of boys.

“Conversation revolved around the changing face of Hindi cinema, the future of digital media and the need for unique content. Saif, who has his own production house, is looking to collaborate on projects across mediums and found the discussion very stimulating,” informed a guest present at the dinner. The guests departed late after midnight promising the host that they would sit together again for more such creative sessions soon.

And this was not the first of such meetings. “Saif wants to understand and explore diverse genres and has been quietly building a bank of content, meeting with other filmmakers and writers as well,” the guest added.

Pasta to Parathas- Saif Ali Khan shares his list of drool-worthy dishes

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , on September 6, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

In a confession befitting the promotion of the film Chef, Saif Ali Khan admitted to whipping up some very good spaghetti Aglio e olio with generous amount of garlic and olive oil. But it’s fattening, and his wife, Kareena Kapoor Khan, discourages him from make it.

What’s interesting is that Saif admits he’s a foodie, but like wife Kareena, he wants to exercise restraint, as he has a tendency to put on weight. “I like everything – Chinese, Japanese, English and recently I developed a taste for Ethiopian cuisine.”

It instantly took me back several years when Saif had spoken with the same candour. And yes, at that time also we were discussing food!

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Saif Ali Khan talks about taking out time for his son

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , on September 4, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Actor Saif Ali Khan’s next is inspired by American actor Jon Favreau’s 2014 film, Chef. The makers have made necessary changes to add an Indian touch to the story. The trailer of the film showcases love between family, specially between father and son. Asked about his youngest son Taimur, with actor Kareena Kapoor Khan, and how he strikes a balance between his busy work life and family life, Saif — who has a son (Ibrahim) and daughter (Sara) from his former wife, actor Amrita Singh — says, “The film is also about giving time to important things in life. While working, I would like to do 7 to 7 shifts if I can.”

He adds, “That would be good, so that I can see him (Taimur) early in the morning and when I come home, I get to spend decent amount of time with Taimur. If we shoot 9-9 or if we have the wrong shifts, then sometimes we don’t get to see our kids at all.”

Saif informs, earlier, actors didn’t get to see their families for a long time as filmmakers in those day used to shoot in many shifts. “So, I think, we are all the more conscious about it, and balance things. I am still lucky I have some help at home. Kareena and I try and balance it as much as we can, so one of us is always around,” he explains.

“But I guess some people can’t do that and I feel bad for them. You have to support your children and you have to work [as well]. But this balance is what is the most important thing in life [for an actor],” Saif signs off.

Saif Ali Khan Opens Up About Not Being In ‘Race 3’

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , on September 3, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan had played the protagonist in the thriller films Race and Race 2 by Abbas–Mustan, but for the third installment, the makers have chosen Salman Khan as the lead and Saif recently opened up about not being a part of Race 3 while at the trailer launch event of his upcoming film Chef.

When asked about not being a part of Race 3, Saif said, “Ramesh ji (Ramesh Taurani) told me about this last year that he wants to make Race 3, but as a new movie, with a new cast. We spoke about it and I love Ramesh ji. Who better than Salman Khan for this? I wish both of them luck. But I haven’t been approached.”

To be directed by Remo D’Souza, Race 3 will star Jacqueline Fernandez opposite the Bhaijaan