His one-liners set the viewers rolling on the ground laughing along with his efficiency as ‘Boris’ in ‘Go Goa Gone’ and he’s now all set to tickle the humorous bone as soon as once more along with his efficiency in ‘Bhoot Police’, a horror-comedy, a style which actor Saif Ali Khan feels is at risk of getting overexposed.
A slew of horror comedies corresponding to ‘Phone Bhoot’ and ‘Atithi Bhooto Bhava’ is ready to release after ‘Bhoot Police’.
Talking to IANS, Saif Ali Khan spoke in regards to the sudden highlight on the style.
“I think it is in danger of getting overexposed and you have to find a way to make it different. Also, I think a lot of the situations tend to be similar and we have to put our minds to it now and come up with a different looking and feeling ghost,” Saif, who’s the son of veteran actress Sharmila Tagore and late star cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, stated.
The 51-year-old star finds horror-comedy an thrilling style.
“But one film has started to look a little bit like another because I think the ghost is looking the same. That is a great cause of concern and I think we all need to wake up to that. I think we made an effort in our film to be different in that sense,” he stated.
Saif Ali Khan agrees that the style is in style amongst all age teams.
“I think there is something nice about being scared and not so scared and mixing that up with a good laugh. That extreme of emotion is something that people enjoy. Sometimes opposites become quite interesting,” he stated.
‘Bhoot Police’, which additionally stars Arjun Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Yami Gautam, Jaaved Jaafri, and Jamie Lever, will release on September 10 on Disney+ Hotstar.
Saif Ali Khan shouldn’t be very enthusiastic about an OTT release as a result of he feels pleased with the work he has achieved within the film.
“Well, this is why I don’t like to make plans in my career because everything was going really quite well after ‘Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior’, ‘Jawani Jaaneman’ and ‘Bunty Babli’. This was supposed to be a nice cinematic event that would translate to a step up in life in terms of career and work…So, it is a little disappointing,” he stated.
“Ideally you make a horror-comedy because you want people to watch it in a communal atmosphere in a theatre but having said that we are very lucky as actors that we have another medium to display our work,” Saif, who’s married to actress Kareena Kapoor Khan, added.
The actor feels grateful and joyful that persons are going to see their work.
Saif Ali Khan says it’s “one of my better performances”.
Saif concluded: “I think it is a good movie. In a way, I am disappointed that it is not coming to theatres and we are in the middle of a pandemic and everybody’s disappointed about that…is another way of me saying I am very proud of the movie. It would have been nice in theatres.”