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Saif Ali Khan hoping for a better 2018

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , on November 21, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan’s promising crime thriller ‘Baazaar’ has been delayed from its planned release of December 2017. Buzz suggests that the Gauravv K Chawla project has a few changes to be incorporated due to which, the film may not meet the deadline of 2017 and has been pushed to 2018. Interestingly, this is not the only film of Saif Ali Khan that’s facing a delay. The much talked about ‘Kaalakaandi’ too has not seen the light of the day. The makers are now planning for a complete digital release of ‘Kaalakaandi’, which is directed by Akshat Verma.

Saif Ali Khan has had two big screen releases this year, ‘Rangoon’ and ‘Chef’. Both these films performed poorly at the box office. Moving away from Bollywood, Saif recently bowed out of mini-series based on Subhash Chandra Bose, directed by Kabir Khan. The actor will soon feature in a Netflix original ‘Sacred Games’, with Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane working on the project.


Photos of Saif Ali Khan during the shooting of Chef

Posted in Photos with tags , , , , , on November 14, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

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Saif Ali Khan was super chilled: Svar Kamble

Posted in Movies with tags , , , on November 13, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

I love acting, but I want to pursue cinematography,” says the 14-year-old Svar Kamble, who was one of the star attractions at the opening ceremony of the International Children’s film festival. The child actor, who shot to fame with Saif Ali Khan’s Chef, was thrilled to catch a glimpse of himself on the big screen as his film School Chalega, was screened on Wednesday. The 110-minute-long film, directed by Ameet Prajapati, revolves around the story of two slum children, one of who, Kaali, protects the other deaf and mute child, Goonj from trafficking sharks. But what he’s really excited about is donning the jury’s cap for the festival. “I’m looking forward to some great films and visuals, which I could probably use along the way. I also hope to work with some of the little directors who are here,” he adds. Svar is part of 12-member child jury panel, who will join the adult jury in selecting best films in various categories.

The confident youngster has already worked with two of Indian cinema’s biggest matinee idols, Saif Ali Khan (Chef) and Dhanush, in his upcoming hollywood flick, The extraordinary journey of a Fakir. working with such big names has only inspired him to learn more, says Svar. “Working with Saif and Dhanush taught me a lot. But they both are very different. With Saif, I used to discuss global issues. We had lot of deep conversations as we were on the move for a large part of the shoot. Saif is so chill that we once began talking about our

existence when we were stuck in heavy traffic,” says Svar. He adds, “Dhanush is really humble and kind, with no arrogance at all. So, he would really help me get things right as it was a Hollywood project we worked on.” While both his co-stars inspired him, looks like he has more than just acting on his mind. “Acting is great but I was blown away by Priya Seth’s cinematography in Chef! In one of the shots, she moves the camera from the top of a double-decker bus all the way to the bottom, with no cuts!” gleams the young boy. “There is so much to learn about camera movements, and that’s where the fun lies,” he adds, utterly bewildered with the art of filmmaking.

Full videos of songs from Saif Ali Khan’s Chef

Posted in Video with tags , , , , , , on October 31, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

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#TheSweetBreakUp with Saif Ali Khan | Chef The Movie | #Diwali Special – Gulkand Phirni

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Video: Saif Ali Khan and Raja Krishna Menon talk about Chef

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Behind the scene photos of Saif Ali Khan training to be Chef

Posted in Photos with tags , , , , , , on October 15, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

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