The Nawab of Bollywood, Saif Ali Khan has been riding high on the success of his latest released ‘Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior”, which is doing great at the box-office. Saif Ali Khan’s performance in the movie is being loved by the movie buffs and critics as well. The movie is all set to cross the 100 crores-mark at the box-office.
Besides this, the trailer of his next film “Jawaani Janeman” was also released and the trailer promises 100% entertainment. The trailer has impressed one and all with it’s the hilarious and unique storyline.
The movie that will hit the theatres on January 31 has already got the fans excited for it. The movie also stars Tabu in a leading role and Alaya F, the daughter of Pooja Bedi, who is making her debut with this movie.
Saif Ali Khan is certainly very happy with his professional life and the same can be reflected in his recent interviews, where the actor is giving all fun replies to the questions of the media. Recently, during the song launch of “Jawaani Janeman”, Saif Ali Khan was asked a very interesting related to his sons and he gave a hilarious reply to it.
Well, the reporter asked Saif Ali Khan what will he do if he has to go to a club with Ibrahim and Taimur. To which Saif Ali Khan said:
“Well, Taimur and I often go to the same club. And we often like the same girl. But then I pick him up and send him home. Ibrahim is a bit bigger than me, so I don’t know if I can do that. So you know, it balances out. I think I will leave girls in pubs to Ibrahim and stay home and read to Taimur. I’m an old man now, I am just pretending to be cool.”
Saif Ali Khan was also asked if he is worried about his youth fading away someday, to which he said:
“Nahi, jawaani shayad kab ki dhal gayi thi, yaar! Mujhe darr nahi lagta bilkul. (No, my youth probably faded away long ago. I am not scared at all.) In fact, I don’t have these issues. I think if you are young at heart and if you feel good, it’s fine. I don’t even really want to be very young. I mean, I don’t want to be old, but I am happy. I’m clear in my life,”