Saif Ali Khan at 21 seems to be similar to his son Ibrahim Ali Khan on this classic clip with Kajol
A classic video from the units of Bekhudi that includes Saif Ali Khan and Kajol has surfaced on-line. The video is claimed to have been shot on the muhurat day of the film. Within the clip, a 17-year-old Kajol and a 21-year-old Saif are seen dancing to the tune Mujhe Kya Pata Tera Ghar from the film.
Though the clip ignites nostalgia, one could not assist however evaluate Saif together with his son, Ibrahim Ali Khan. On Instagram, a number of followers observed the uncanny resemblance. Social media customers took to the feedback part and shared their observations.
“Saif literally gave birth to himself,” a fan mentioned. “He is cute,” one other fan mentioned. “Why is he pouting so much,” puzzled a 3rd fan. A fan additionally felt that the actor reminded them of Matthew Perry’s character from the American sitcom Pals. “Saif is giving out solid Chandler vibes,” the fan mentioned.
Though Saif started capturing for Bekhudi, he was fired from the film. He was changed by Kamal Sadanah. Talking about his exit from the film with a number one every day, Saif remembered he was requested to ‘tear via faux cobwebs and emerge, singing a line that went, ‘Chaahat Ki Raahon Mein, Kyun Itna Darti Hai’’.
He mentioned, “It was not easy because my expression had to change as I went from ‘chaahat ki raahon mein’ to ‘kyun itna darti hai.’ I might just about pull it off today, but, back then, straight out of a boarding school in England, I was petrified. I must have performed really badly because soon after, Rahul Rawail threw me out of the film, complaining I wasn’t showing enough interest. That shot, I must admit, was particularly appalling.”
Ibrahim appears to be getting ready for his Bollywood debut as effectively. Talking with SpotboyE final 12 months, Saif mentioned, “Ibrahim appears ready for a profession in performing. And why not? I’d like all my kids to be on this occupation. It’s the finest place to work in. I keep in mind at 17-18 I used to be a multitude. Performing saved me from self-destruction. Having the job, the sense of id it has given me and the job satisfaction and the enjoyment it has given me are greater than I might ask for.”