Kaalakandi release: Nawab of Bollywood, Saif Ali Khan is looking to break his 2017 jinx with his latest movie Kaalakandi, which is releasing this Friday. What is very evident from the film's trailer, the movie promises a roller coaster ride which is also sure to elicit some roaring laughter from viewers. Kaalakaandi is an Indian dark comedy that revolves around a number of characters in the film.
Kaalakandi release: Nawab of Bollywood, Saif Ali Khan is looking to break his 2017 jinx with his latest movie Kaalakandi, which is releasing this Friday. What is very evident from the film’s trailer, the movie promises a roller coaster ride which is also sure to elicit some roaring laughter from viewers. Kaalakaandi is an Indian dark comedy that revolves around a number of characters in the film. The film is based on a man (Saif Ali Khan) who one fine day is diagnosed with cancer. How he deals with this traumatic situation is what the film is all about. The film shows the course of action taking place in just a night. The film comes from the makers of Delhi Belly and you can’t help but find some resemblance with it. Helmed by first time director Akshat Verma, he had earlier written the script for Delhi Belly. The film also features Deepak Dobriyal, Kunal Roy Kapur, actress Sobhita Dhulipala besides Saif.
Talking about his character, Saif says, ”This is a story of one night and different people. My character in the movie holds the trauma of Cancer patient who needs a change in his life. This movie narrates how everyone faces changes in their life by one night. Well, yes it’s a very sweet movie. Yesterday only we saw the entire film, it made us laugh and cry. And I am sure you guys will like this film.” He further adds, ” “To portray a sensitive issue in terms of laughter is a big thing. This movie carries bit of a cancer part which is relating with my character. ”
Saif Ali Khan also got candid talking about his family, specially his children. The Phantom actor says that he is as “scared” about his daughter Sara Ali Khan’s debut movie Kedarnath as he is about the release of his own films. He was asked what is he more excited and nervous about — his own film’s release, wife Kareena Kapoor Khan’s comeback film after the birth of their son Taimur or Sara’s debut? He said, “I am scared for all because when films release, you do get a little scared. A lot of people have put in their hard work. Sara is also alone and her whole life is in front of her, so it feels like my own film is releasing.”Sara Khan who debuts with Kedarnath opposite Sushant Singh Rajput is set to release this year.
Besides the actor’s candid confession on his family and films, he also spoke his mind on the Supreme Court’s decision on playing of the national anthem in cinema halls and the Section 377. “The government knows what’s better. I have always supported the administration. But there are also many other things that need attention. Please also take a look at (Section) 377,” he said.