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Father’s Day: Saif Ali Khan talks about Sara’s career, Ibrahim’s education, and Taimur’s yoga

Posted in Interview with tags , , , , on June 17, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

On a lazy evening, we are at Saif Ali Khan’s office in Bandra. The moment you are seated in the waiting room, the first thing you notice are baby Taimur’s toys that are kept in one corner. The tot also has his own room here that has T-A-I-M-U-R written on the door, which is his play area. A staff member tells us that this is Taimur’s favourite place and he usually comes down in the evening to meet his dad. Once in Saif’s meeting room, we begin our conversation about films, but a major part of it is about being a doting father to his three kids (Sara, Ibrahim and Taimur). Over to him…

Do you discuss everything with your kids?

I have given my kids the freedom and space, which is why I trust them not to misuse it. They (Sara and Ibrahim) are young, but they tell me everything. I’m always in the know of what’s happening in their lives. I don’t know if I can call myself a friend, but we are really close as family and they know they can share anything with me.

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New photos of Saif Ali Khan’s kids

Posted in Photos with tags , , , , , on March 8, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

“I am not particularly massy” : Saif Ali Khan

Posted in Interview with tags , , , , , on March 6, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan on how he perceives his on­screen image, adds how he’d like to see his kids grow up

Saif Ali Khan is in a happy space with a good mix of content that he has worked on and is awaiting their release. He is all set to make his web debut this year, besides his next movie, Baazaar. The actor says he wants to “focus and work even harder”. “I am also concerned that some of my films haven’t done well in the past. But I have received good reviews. But I know, some things are in your control, and some aren’t,” he says.

So at this stage does he have any concerns while signing a film? “It is important as to who is producing your film. A good producer is everything. An inefficient producer can be a nightmare to work with. Back in the day, they wouldn’t pay you much but guaranteed a decent release and strangely only those films have run in my career. And then there were slightly more chalu (sly) producers. The guys with lots of cash, but they didn’t know what they were doing beyond a point,” says the actor.

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Saif Ali Khan’s son Ibrahim looking very dashing

Posted in Photos with tags , , , on February 26, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

If you’re in the right film and look the part, people are interested: Saif Ali Khan

Posted in Interview with tags , , , , , , on January 6, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

Ahead of Kaalakaandi’s release next week, actor Saif Ali Khan talks about his next comedy, working on technique, and rediscovering Mumbai.

What’s Kaalakaandi about and how did you get interested in it?

When I was shooting for Rangoon, its director-writer Vishal Bhardwaj suggested that I read the script of Kaalakaandi. I liked the script which takes a very entertaining look at Mumbai. It offers an exciting story with a good arch for the lead actor. I play this man, who after finding out that he has stomach cancer, takes some ‘acid’ (a drug called lysergic acid diethylamide) and has the time of his life. By the end, his character undergoes a change. As an actor, it was interesting to have these small cameras shoot on live locations in Bandra and other parts of the city.

Did the movie help you rediscover the city?

If you take the camera around Mumbai, you will discover different set-ups and people. That’s exciting. Barring one day, we shot mostly at night. It is like Macbeth, in that sense. It has only one day scene. However, I discovered the city more while shooting for Sacred Games (produced by Netflix). It took us to places like Punjab Society, Andheri, Dharavi, lanes of south Mumbai and red light areas. We shot in grunge and felt Mumbai for what it is — the enormity of the city and the number of people trying to survive in it. What I am most excited about Kaalakaandi is that the language used in it is very true to the characters speaking it. The characters of Deepak Dobriyal and Vijay Raaz speak in Bombaiyaa Hindi. Sobhita Dhulipala and Kunal Roy Kapur speak a different Hindi compared to them, while my character speaks a bit more English.

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‘I would like to start afresh in the New Year’ : Saif Ali Khan

Posted in Interview with tags , , , , , , , on January 5, 2018 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan, whose edgy film Kaalakaandi releases next week, is looking forward to the movie and a lot of other meaningful moments in 2018

The Nawab of Pataudi, Saif Ali Khan, is dressed in his favourite attire — a white, kurta-pyjama. He is in his office, seated on his favourite settee. The atmosphere is crackling with activity because the actor has a release lined up on January 12. And, a super-efficient, young team is brimming with energy and hanging on to his every word. Once, he has finished looking over details of the film campaign, the actor gives me his undivided attention. Over a cup of steaming hot Espresso, we speak about Kaalakaandi, Kareena Kapoor Khan and the future Prince of Pataudi, Taimur Ali Khan.

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This is why Saif Ali Khan’s Sara and Ibrahim did not attend Taimur’s first birthday celebrations

Posted in Saif Ali Khan with tags , , , , , on December 27, 2017 by saifalikhanonline

Saif Ali Khan celebrated their little one, Taimur Ali Khan‘s, first birthday in Pataudi last week with their close family members and friends in attendance. Our social media timelines were filled with Taimur and the extended family’s pics, and while everyone looked happy and merry in each other’s company, we were wondering where Saif and Amrita Singh’s kids, Sara Ali Khan and Ibrahim Khan were. In the past, we have seen the brother-sister duo being a part of every celebration. In fact, they are also very fond of Kareena, and have often been spotted spending time with the diva, in the past. However, not seeing them around at Taimur’s birthday bash, set us wondering if everything was alright between Saif-Kareena and Sara-Ibrahim.

The source confirmed that all was well between them but given that Sara was busy with her second shoot schedule, they couldn’t travel to Pataudi to be with the family to ring in the celebrations. The leading entertainment portal quoted the source as saying, “Both Saif and Sara are close to Kareena and are often seen partying with Saif and Kareena at their Bandra home, so when Sara and Ibrahim didn’t attend the birthday bash in Pataudi, it took many in B-Town by surprise. Both were spotted at their gyms the whole of last week as they didn’t fly down to Pataudi. But before people start thinking there’s a rift between the brother-sister duo and Saif and Kareena, they will be wrong. Fact is, Sara was prepping with the Kedarnath crew as she has been continuously shooting for the film for over two weeks now. While Taimur’s birthday was on December 20, her schedule was for the next few days after that and her director had wanted Sara to stay back for some workshops. It’s a challenging film and Sara is completely focusing on her debut film now.”

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