Birthday Special: Sneak Peek from Saif Ali Khan’s sweet and Simple life
Kareena Kapoor’s hubby Saif Ali Khan turned 46 today. Entire Bollywood is pouring wishes on him and we too would like to wish him a very Happy birthday. Pataudi kid debuted with Yash Chopra’s Parampara in 1993. And let us tell you, Saif’s journey has been really incredible. From Vicky Saigal’s Ole Ole to Ishwar Langda Tyagi in Omkara, Saif has come a long way. He has truly undergone a makeover.
If we will talk about Saif’s love life, so he was married to actress Amrita Singh and couple is blessed with two young beautiful children. Due to their failed relationship Saif was linked to a lot of other actresses too. Finally, he conquered the heart of Bollywood’s Queen Kareena Kapoor. Both of them tied knot in 2012 and now the couple is blessed with a little bundle of joy Taimur!
Here are Saif’s best films that he has given to all of us. Thanks Chote Nawaab!
1. Omkara: Until Vishal Bhardwaj’s dark entertainer Omkara arrived in 2006, Saif Ali Khan was pigeon-holed as an actor only suitable for the boy-next-door roles, having done films like Kal Ho Naa Ho, Dil Chahta Hai and Hum Tum. But Ishwar Langda Tyagi brought out Saif’s acting prowess like never before.
2. Cocktail: The 46-year-old may be playing a romantic-at-heart Gautam in this film but not without an added sense of maturity to it. Not only did Gautam fight a complex battle about who to love, his dialogues were on point and made a lasting impact.
3. Race: This Abbas-Mustan series saw Saif play a badass Ronnie, the ultimate mastermind behind all the plans and made us fall in love with Saif’s acting even more. Looking dapper in his grey avatar, Saif really stole the show in this film.
4. Bullett Raja: Before this Tigmanshu Dhulia release, one couldn’t have imagined Saif playing a UP ‘gunda’ ever. But Saif donned this avatar with such finesse and dexterity that it left audiences impressed.
5. Go Goa Gone: This zombie comedy saw Saif play a Russian-cum-Delhi mafioso Borris who is also a zombie slayer. With some kickass dialogues and perfect comic timing, Saif aced this role. Even though the film was a failure at the box office, it was appreciated for being innovative.
We wish Saif a very happy birthday and hope that he continues to deliver such power-packed performances in the future as well!
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