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Unseen photo of Saif Ali Khan from the set of Chef

Posted in Photos with tags , , , , on August 23, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

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Saif Ali Khan on his recent films failing at box office: It’s not that big a tragedy yet

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , , , , on May 21, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan holds forth on his unconventional film choices and how daughter Sara Ali Khan’s career is shaping up

After a spate of films that didn’t manage to strike a chord at the box office, Saif Ali Khan has been in an introspective mood. But having said that, the actor takes responsibility for the films’ failures and looks at the bright side of his choices.

While admitting that his films not working is a matter of concern, he is still happy with the kind of movies he has done. “It’s worrisome because these were the films that I had thought I had done really well in. There is always a fear and I sometimes feel nobody wants to see my films anymore,” says a very candid Saif. “But I don’t know if it’s true and I don’t think that it’s just me that people don’t want to see. It’s dangerous to be egoistic, even if you’re victimising yourself,” adds the Chef (2017) actor.

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Unseen photos of Saif Ali Khan promoting Chef

Posted in Photos with tags , , , , on April 12, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

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Saif Ali Khan’s Chef World Television Premiere on Sony Max on 16th Feb

Posted in Video with tags , , , , , on February 14, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

Sony Max to premiere Saif Ali Khan’s ‘Chef’ on 16 Feb

Posted in Movies with tags , , , , , , on February 9, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

Sony Max is all set to telecast Saif Ali Khan-starrer comedy-drama ‘Chef’ on 16 February at 8 pm.

Directed by Raja Krishna Menon, this is an official remake of the Hollywood film, Chef where Saif Ali Khan plays top chef Roshan Kalra who loses his job at a plush restaurant in New York.

Forced to take a break, he flies to Kochi to spend time with his son, Armaan, played by Svar Kamble and his estranged wife Radha Menon played by, Padmapriya. It surprisingly turns out to be a fruitful trip because he manages to mend broken family ties and begin afresh.

In Defence of Saif Ali Khan: Smart Choices, Great Acting Keep Him Relevant

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , , , on January 24, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

In an industry where you are as good as your last release, it is not surprising that obituaries are already pouring in for Saif Ali Khan’s supposed ‘sinking career’ post the box-office failure of Kaalakaandi – his eighth flop in a row. But that’s not a first for Saif.

Remember the barrage of bad films – Aashiq Awara, Imtihaan, Bambai Ka Babu, Aao Pyaar Karen – he acted in the 1990s, with critics and audiences pulling the noose on him almost unanimously?

Saif’s 25-year career has had ups and down – he has a history of being written off and bouncing back resiliently. If Main Khiladi Tu Anari salvaged him in the 90s, his boisterous energy in Dil Chahta Hai made us gush over him in the 2000s. Omkara established him as a performer par excellence, placing him in the breed of serious actors.

It is remarkable that he has managed to retain his sanity amidst a flurry of sly remarks and unsolicited advice after Kaalakaandi failed to set the box office ringing. But are we jumping the gun in drawing curtains over the Chhote Nawab’s film career? Going by his unusual cine-curve, we sure are.

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Why is Saif Ali Khan un-‘Saif’ today?

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

When was Saif Ali Khan’s last solo success? Almost six years ago with home production Cocktail, a youth-oriented niche product that made a slim profit. Saif co-produced in 2012. When was the 10th Nawab of Pataudi’s last hit? Five years ago, ladies and gentlemen, in Race 2!

Yes, in 2013, he also co-produced and acted in the “zombie comedy” Go Goa Gone, which has now become a cult movie. In those days, the not-inexpensive film just broke even along with its worldwide earnings. In any case, its urban and urbane sophistication and even the humour clearly indicated a multiplex movie that was superlative. Like (very rare) offbeat movies, it deserved to be made on a judicious budget just for what it is. But every offbeat day is not Sunday!

The scenario since has been terrible. Saif has always balanced his assignments between solo leads and ensemble films, between commercial and midstream movies, but since then, it has been an alarming trajectory of flops or usually disasters (the degree of failure being much more).

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