In a special discussion session with media people, superstar Saif Ali Khan, whose upcoming movie Baazaar is ready to hit theaters by October, stated that he is learning new thing daily and getting much “better” with the passing time.
He also added up that he is relishing his “progress”.
“I feel, as an actor, I am better than ever and more interested than I have ever been. I am getting better every day. I am enjoying the growth,” he added up.
Saif, who was talking at the promo launch occasion of the flick in the city of Mumbai, stated that he is really pleased.
Bebo’s loving hubby said, “By the grace of God, I feel secure. I want to choose exciting roles. I want to challenge myself. It’s such a great time in the movies. The kind of roles that one is offered are so different from what they used to be. We are looking at the future, we are pushing boundaries. It’s nice to reinvent.”
The 48-year-old actor’s previous flick Kaalakaandi, which hit theaters earlier this year, failed to woo audiences. Saif was also witnessed in Netflix web-series named Sacred Games that earned him much fame and positive reviews.
Saif, who dons the role of a policeman named Sartaj Singh in Sacred Games, will repeat his character in the second term. The actor worked with Radhika Aptein web-series and the same actress is also part of his forthcoming movie Baazaar.
Saif Ali Khan dons the character of a powerful entrepreneur named Shakun Kothari in the movie that also features Rohan Mehra (son of late actor Vinod Mehra) and Chitrangada Singh.
While talking about his character in the flick, Saif Ali Khan said: “My character is like a nasty antagonist. Rohan Mehra is the hero. It is exciting to play strong and powerful roles. I don’t distinguish between roles, it is funny. The idea is even if you play bad, if it is well-written, people don’t think actors are being evil or nasty. It is terrible. It is horrible. We want less corruption, less scams. We have a very honest line of work. We try to make films, we try to sell films. Most of the times the press catches movie stars to make examples of.”