Posts Tagged ‘Stylish Saif Ali Khan’

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From Radhe Bhaiya to Prem to Devil, we’ve seen Salman Khan donning several hats, but they’ve always been the nice-guy hats. Never ever ever in his long career, did the actor once play a villain. But looks like the ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan,’ actor is all set to change the fact. According to a report in DNA, the acvtor has been offered the role of the lead protagonist in YRF’s ‘Dhoom:4’ and Ramesh Taurani’s ‘Race 3.’ A source was quoted saying in the same report that Salman wishes to experiment with his roles and wants to play a “cool and stylish villain.” The source further revealed, Salman’s role in ‘Race 3’ is almost finalized, but his stint in ‘Dhoom: 4’ is still in talks as there seems to be a financial conflict between him and Aditya Chopra. Reportedly, Salman wants the same stake in profit as was offered to Aamir Khan in ‘Dhoom:3.’

While we are still reeling from this new information, move on to check out a cute picture of the actor that left us in awe of him

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Saif Ali Khan, who is busy shooting for Rangoon, seems to have suffered a minor setback during the same. The actor suffered a few injuries on the sets of this Vishal Bhardwaj directorial.

Recently, Saif Ali Khan was seen making public appearances in a crepe bandage. While we spotted Saif with a bandage around his foot at his mother-in-law Babita Kapoor’s birthday bash, he was seen sporting the same even on his arm when he was seen with his wife Kareena Kapoor Khan at the airport. Revealing details about the same, Saif added that he suffered these injuries whilst shooting for a few action sequences on a bridge which was the part of the climax scene of Rangoon. The actor, who agreed to have hurt his ankle and also suffered a few other wounds, however, expressed that it was definitely fun experience and these are just a part of life. Besides him, Rangoon also stars Shahid Kapoor and Kangna Ranaut and is set at the backdrop of Second World War. Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala in association with Viacom 18,Rangoon is slated to release for September 30

Dubai: Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan, who plays a spy in his latest film Agent Vinod, put his speeding skills to test on Saturday as he took a blazing red Ferrari for a spin around the Belhasa Driving Centre.
“Agent Vinod is a spy-action film and there are many car-chases so I asked my director if we could have a flashy car in that too,” said Khan in an exclusive interaction with Gulf News. The actor was in town to promote his much-anticipated Rs50 crore venture that releases on March 22 in the UAE.
He added that he took several lessons to master the art of making car-chase sequence look authentic on-screen.
“Apart from learning how to drive cars and bikes fast, I learnt how to jump off high buildings too,” said Khan, who went as far as Vietnam to learn martial arts in preparation for his stunt-filled role. Billed as Bollywood’s answer to James Bond, Khan impressed upon the press that his film is not inspired by any Western blockbuster.

Saif Ali Khan’s second home production is gearing up for a March 23 release. And as part of the promotional hype that plays an integral part in the marketing of any film these days, the actor-producer is readying a comic book, has tied up with McDonald’s for a line of merchandise and is designing a PlayStation3 game, all of which revolve around Agent Vinod.

The PS3 game is a first person shooter and will take the gamer, a prototype of the secret agent Saif plays on screen, through different levels of difficulty.

“At each level, he or she will be provided with clues to nail the bad guy, who could range from a `chaalu’ (street smart) knife-wielding dada (don) from Mumbai’s dark underbelly to an international mafia kingpin,“ explains Saif, adding, “If the baddie is killed in the shootout, the gamer earns points and moves on to the next level.“

Quiz him on whether this game is for his children, Sara and Ibrahim, and Saif admits that they are not the real gamers in his family. But he admits he is.

“When the first CDs came out, I was hooked. For a week to 10 days, I was lost in this dark virtual space, far away from the real world,“ he reminisces with a smile, confident that the Agent Vinod game too will find plenty of takers.

The biggest thrill for Saif is that the first action sequence seen in level one will open in Dharavi, Asia’s largest slum.

“Isn’t that cool?“ he asks excitedly. “If the film works, we are planning to build Agent Vinod into a brand.
And I’d like the sequel to open in Dharavi too.“