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Happy B-Day Saif Ali Khan : 5 Performances Of Sacred Games Star That Makes Him World Apart


Happy B-Day Saif Ali Khan : 5 Performances Of Sacred Games Star That Makes Him World Apart

Saif Ali Khan may not have delivered blockbusters consistently like Salman Khan or may not been active in social media like Akshay Kumar, but what makes him apart is his instinct to experiment with different varieties of roles.

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Born to actress Sharmila Tagore and cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, Saif Ali Khan made his acting debut with unsuccessful film Parampara but achieved success with Yeh Dillagi and Main Khiladi Tu Anari later. He faced lot of criticism for hair-style and not-so-convincing-hero-face and also had to go through career struggles with string of flops in mid of 1990’s. However, Saif rose to fame with Dil Chahta Hai and Kal Ho Naa Ho which proved his mettle as actor.

Let us check out five best performances of Saif Ali Khan that proves he is epitome of talent :-

Dil Chahta Hai (2001)

Dil Chahta Hai changed the career path of Saif Ali Khan. His new looks along with his wit and humor played a major part to the success of the comedy drama on friendship.

Kal Ho Na Ho (2003)

Though the main star of Kal Ho Na Ho was undoubtedly Shah Rukh Khan, Saif Ali Khan left an impact as a confused lover and his comic timings were simply superb which will tickle your funny bone.

Hum Tum (2004)

Hum Tum was special as Saif Ali Khan won his first National Film Award for Best Actor. Not only Saif was outstanding in comedy scenes, he also showed that he could play the romantic parts with ease.

Omakara (2006)

Probably the best performance of his career, Saif Ali Khan nailed it with his role as Langda Tyaagi in Vishal Bharwaj’s Omkara. Omkara was a landmark film in Saif Ali Khan’s career. He played the negative role for the first time and started getting appreciation as an actor with different shades.

Sacred Games (2018)

After spates of flop, Saif Ali Khan bounced back with the hard-hitting crime web-series which is being getting rave reviews for its engaging screenplay and riveting story line. Saif Ali Khan as a troubled Sartaj Singh was electrifying and even put on weight to get into the shape of character.

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