Saif Ali Khan is an Indian Film Actor. Saif Ali born August 16, 1970, New Delhi). Saif Ali khan, like most Indian artists, was born into a family of artists.
His father, Mansour Ali Khan Pataudi (1941-2011), was not only the Nawab of Pataudi but also the former captain of the Indian cricket team. His mother, Sharmila Tagore, is a famous film actress,
former head of the Central Indian Censorship Commission, and a distant relative of the Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. After marriage, she converted to Islam from Hinduism and changed her name to Ayesha Sultan’s begum.
Saif has two younger sisters – Saba Ali Khan (born 1976), who is engaged in jewelry design, and Soha Ali Khan (born 1978), who also became an actress.
Saif is the heir to two royal houses: Bhopal (“City of Lakes”, the capital of the Indian state from the state of Madhya Pradesh) and Pataudi (the city of Gurgaon in the Indian state of Haryana).
His childhood was spent in Muslim reading of the Koran, his grandmother followed his religious education. Khan says that “religion plays an important role in my upbringing.”
Saif initially attended Lawrence School Sanawar but later attended Lockers Park Preparatory School. Later, he followed in his father’s footsteps by attending Winchester College, a renowned independent boys’ school in England.
In October 1991, Saif married actress Amrita Singh (born 1958). The marriage was news as Amrita was twelve years older than him. After thirteen years of marriage, the couple divorced in 2004.
They have two children: daughter Sara Ali Khan (born 1995) and son Ibrahim Ali Khan (born 2001). His children live with their mother. His daughter Sarah followed in her parents’ footsteps and made her film debut in Kedarath and Simmba.
Since 2007, he met with actress Kareena Kapoor, whom he married on October 16, 2012. On December 20, 2016, they had a son, Taimur Ali Khan
On February 18, 2007, Saif was admitted to Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai, due to chest pain during a rehearsal for his performance at the Stardust Awards, where he spent the night. Many actors came to visit the actor at the hospital. After being hospitalized, he announced that he was quitting smoking.
- Birthday: August 16, 1970
- Nationality: Indian
- Famous: Actors Indian Men
- Age: 49 Years, 49 Year Old Males
- Sun Sign: Leo
- Born Country: India
- Born In: New Delhi
- Famous As: Actor
- Height: 5’7″ (170 cm), 5’7″ Males
- Spouse/Ex-: Kareena Kapoor (M. 2012), Amrita Singh (M. 1991–2004)
- Father: Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi
- Mother: Sharmila Tagore
- Siblings: Saba Ali Khan, Soha Ali Khan
- Children: Ibrahim Ali Khan, Sara Ali Khan, Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi
It was originally planned that Saif would debut in Bekhudi (1992) with Kajol, but he came out without him. As a result, Yash Chopra’s drama Parampara (1993) became the actor’s debut. His next film, The Tramp in Love, released two weeks later, earned him a Filmfare Award for Best Debut Actor.
A breakthrough in his career was his role in the film “They don’t joke with love” (1994), where he starred with Kajol and Akshay Kumar. The film became his first major hit. After Saif starred in many films, but they all failed at the box office. Only films such as “Don’t Try to Overtake Me” (1994), Imtihaan (1995), “Brotherly Ties” (1999),
“We Can’t Separate” (1999) and “The Frivolous Girl“. His acting career went through a relatively sharp decline until 2001, when he starred in Farhan Akhtar’s film Loving Hearts.
He received many positive reviews for the role of Samir, including from the critic Taran Adarsh, who called her the best performance of an actor’s career. The success of this film has established Saif’s position as one of the most popular stars in the film industry.
Since then, he has had many box office successes such as Tomorrow Comes or Not (2003), You and Me (2004), and Salam Namaste (2005). He received a large number of positive reviews from critics for his negative role in the thriller “Revenge of the Deceived Woman” (2004) and for his role in the film “Angel of Love” (2005). For his performance in You and Me, he received the National Film Award of India for Best Actor.
In 2005, along with other Bollywood stars, Saif participated in HELP! Telethon Concert to help raise money for victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.
Saif toured again in 2006, participating in the Heat 2006 concert, which was a worldwide success, along with Akshay Kumar, Preity Zinta, Sushmita Sen and Celina Jaitli.
In the same year, Saif appeared at the 2006 Closing Ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne as a representative of Indian culture along with Rani Mukherjee and Aishwarya Rai, in honor of the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in Delhi.
In 2006, Saif starred in a non-trivial English-language film, Secret Intent, but the film flopped at the UK box office. The actor has also received a huge amount of positive reviews about his negative role in the Indian adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello – Omkar *.
Taran Adarsh said: “Saif Ali Khan … plays the evil Langdu Tyagi brilliantly. His looks, his mannerisms, his body language, his general behavioral image make you wonder. The actor deserves an excellent mark for acting with such realism that you start to hate him after the film ends. Undoubtedly, the actor deserves the highest reward for this role ”.
A review on Rediff.com stated “Omkara marks the emergence of Saif at the forefront of peer actors, and we cheerfully applaud” . He has won Best Negative Performance in all major awards including the Filmfare Awards , Star Screen Awards and Zee Cine Awards.
In his next film, Eklavia: The Princely Guard, Saif co-starred with his mother for the second time since Tramp in Love. Although the film flopped at the box office, his portrayal of Harshwardhan was praised and praised by critics.
One critic commented, “Watching his emotions with amazing precision will make you understand the giant steps he has taken as an actor.” Also noted was Saif’s performance in the film Ta-ra-ram-pam, which grossed a moderate box office.
In 2015, the film “Ghost” was released, where Katrina Kaif became his partner, and Saif played a former soldier who serves in intelligence. Although the film flopped at the box office, the actor received critical praise.
After a year-long hiatus, Saif appeared in the action movie Rangoon, which flopped at the box office. The comedy “Chef”, which is the official remake of the film “Chef on Wheels”, also failed. In 2018,
with his participation, the black comedy Kaalakaandi was released, which received negative reviews from critics and failed at the box office. In the same year, the Netflix web series Sacred Games was released, which became the first series in his career and received a positive review.
Saif Ali Khan Movies List:
|Main Khiladi Tu Anari||1994|
|Aao Pyaar Karen||1994|
|Ek Tha Raja||1996|
|Bambai Ka Babu||1996|
|Tu Chor Main Sipahi||1996|
|Dil Tera Diwana||1996|
|Keemat – They Are Back||1998|
|Humse Badhkar Kaun||1998|
|Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan||1999|
|Hum Saath-Saath Hain||1999|
|Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega||2001|
|Dil Chahta Hai||2001|
|Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein||2001|
|Na Tum Jaano Na Hum||2002|
|Darna Mana Hai||2003|
|Kal Ho Naa Ho||2003|
|Ek Hasina Thi||2004|
|Eklavya: The Royal Guard||2007|
|Nehlle Pe Dehlla||2007|
|Ta Ra Rum Pum||2007|
|Om Shanti Om||2007|
|Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic||2008|
|Sanam Teri Kasam||2009|
|Love Aaj Kal||2009|
|Go Goa Gone||2013|
|Lekar Hum Deewana Dil||2014|
|Dolly Ki Doli||2015|
|Bunty Aur Babli 2 Films that have not yet been released||2020|
|Bhoot PoliceFilms that have not yet been released||2020|