The character is a suave casanova and the film.
Saif Ali Khan who was to play a serial womaniser in Reema Kagti’s ‘Mr Chaali’ has reportedly opted out of the film.
Reports state that the film has now been pushed to March and that its makers are hoping to get Saif’s replacement by then.
Actress Kalki Koechlin says she is still learning and hopes to excel in acting when she turns 90.
Parineeti Chopra and Saif Ali Khan were slated to pair up in a movie to be directed by Saif’s ex producing partner, Dinesh Vijan, but the project got shelved.
Producer Dinesh Vijan has dismissed reports that his decision of opening a separate production house caused rift between the two and said he is at his friendliest best with the star.
“The films that I have picked up now are all going to be good films even if they are not Rs. 100 crore films,” Saif Ali Khan said.
‘Happy Ending’ piles up many more as it goes along, making the film a series of been-here, seen-this moments, and a wasted opportunity.
After the failure of “Bullett Raja” and “Humshakals”, Saif Ali Khan is back to his home turf with a rom-com film “Happy Ending”.
Saif Ali Khan, Govinda and Ileana D’ Cruz today hit the red carpet at the premiere of their upcoming film ‘Happy Ending’ here amid loud cheers from fans.
Saif Ali Khan says he miscalculated things previously but feels re-energised and wants to give priority to good scripts.
This weekend will see the release of Saif Ali Khan’s home production starring himself ‘Happy Ending’.
The actor is also looking at a Tagore play to be made into an artistic period film
Actor Saif Ali Khan holds his own in an uninhibited tête-à-tête on the perils and perks of playing the facetious romcom hero, his favourite authors, Wodehousian humour and more
Being interviewed by his alter-ego, he gets speechless at all the awkwards questions and comments.