Saif Ali Khan discusses the enduring fascination with star kids in Bollywood, highlighting the broader cultural interest beyond his own family.
Saif Ali Khan has made an amazing choice of films in different genres till date — be it Phantom, Kaalakaandi and Rangoon. But for a quite long time, he had not tried his hands on comedy.
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Saif has now signed a comedy genre film which will be helmed by Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety director Luv Ranjan. According to the reports of DNA, “I would love to do a comedy at this moment. I have done my share of dramatic, arty stuff. I guess it will be great if a good fun film comes along. Even I have been thinking about it, actually.”
He added, “Yes, I have been in talks with Luv Ranjan for a comedy. We haven’t finalised the movie yet. It’s a comedy, in which I play a father. He is still working it out, so it’s too early to say anything. But we are definitely doing it.”
Apart from this, Saif Ali Khan was asked on the sequel of Go Goa Gone, “We have got the idea, but the team is still writing. We play to start Go Goa Gone 2 next year. It will also in be in fun and comedy space.”
Saif Ali Khan has several interesting projects lined up which includes web show Scared Games and films like Baazaar and Navdeep Singh’s upcoming directional.