Blast from the Past: Saif Ali Khan Interview after Dil Chahta Hai

Today is Saif Ali Khan’s birthday. So check out this Saif Ali Khan Interview after Dil Chahta Hai where he talks about having rejected the movie initially and not doing Chunni Lal in Devdas and his regret of having rejected Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.

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    sputnik 7 years ago

    Saif Ali Khan’s favorite scenes.

    Pulp Fiction: opening scene is mind-blowing

    Saif Ali Khan Want to know who are the people our stars admire? Or, which film sequences they are inspired by?
    In this new section, Bollywood icons talk about their desi as well as international favourites. We begin with Saif Ali Khan who lists his all-time favourite film scenes.

    Pulp Fiction Pulp Fiction: The opening sequence of this film is mind-blowing. There are these two guys who enter a restaurant where they run into John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson. I thought the film — and Jackson – are amazing. The one-liners in the film too, are commendable.

    Godfather III: This film remains an all-time classic. The scene where Al Pacino loses his daughter is my favourite. It has been brilliantly shot.

    Sholay Sholay: Another all-time favourite of mine. I love the scene where Dharmendra is tied to two poles and Hema Malini passes out after dancing on glass. Suddenly. Amitabh Bachchan comes out of nowhere and says, ‘Main aa gaya hoon, Veeru.’ He was so good in that scene, very effective.

    Naam: The dying scene of Sanjay Dutt was done superbly by Bhattsaab (Mahesh Bhatt). There are no heavy-duty histrionics involved here.

    Star Wars: There is a scene in the film where Luke Skywalker’s Uncle Ben (Obi-Van) Kanobi asks him not to become a starship pilot as there are lot of dangers involved. I like that a lot.

    http://www.rediff.com/entertai/1999/dec/18saif.htm

  2. aryan 7 years ago

    Long back Saifu accepted he will not become No 1 actor in Bollywood.

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