Despite being one of the prominent Khans in Bollywood, Saif Ali Khan is always known for his intellectual approach to filmmaking. The actor hasn’t stopped impressing audience since the inception of his career. After all, the results of recent movies of him didn’t shatter the will and zeal of the actor, all he has been doing is gearing up for another masterpiece from time to time.
Now, after a while, the actor is once again on news for the interesting upcoming flick of his ‘Kaalakaandi’. Talking about the movie, Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan went saying, “Kaalakaandi is one of the funniest films”. He further added that it is the funniest movie he has seen in a long time.
The 52-year-old superstar posted an early review of the movie, directed by Akshat Verma, and said: “Haven’t laughed this much since I read the script of Delhi Belly. Absolutely loved all the performances. Saif was outstanding!”
It appears, Aamir Khan, who makes rare appearances at movie screenings, did not want to miss his Dil Chahta Hai co-star’s new film, which he surely loved. He also had encouraging words for the first-time director, who has writing credits for 2011’s Delhi Belly (starring Aamir Khan’s nephew Imran Khan).
“What a debut Akshat! Proud of you. Don’t miss this one guys, it releases tomorrow,” is what Aamir signed off his review with.
Check out the tweet here:
— Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) January 11, 2018
These words from Aamir gave a sigh of relief to Akshat, who has previously confessed being anxious. This is what he told IANS: “There’s bound to be anxiety. The last month has been a time of no major releases. So, our film Kaalakaandi comes with a lot of expectations. These expectations don’t scare me. But they make me anxious.”
With an estimated 70 cuts, the movie attained ‘A’ certificate from the censor. “The film getting an ‘A’ certificate is justified as sometimes the children should not watch certain films. I agree with the censor board. I don’t want my children to listen to abuses.”
Well, let us wait until tomorrow to see what the fuss is all about.