After its run-in with the Censor Board earlier this year that resulted in the film being postponed, Saif Ali Khan's Kaalakaandi is ready for release. "If Padmavati comes in [on that day], we will think of shifting our release date". I truly consider it to be one of my best films and am really forward to the release.
"I wouldn't call Kaalakaandi a niche film, I'd call it unpretentious".
Directed by Akshat Verma, Kaalakaandi will hit the screens on January 12.
Produced by Cinestaan Film Company and Ashi Dua Sara of Flying Unicorn, the film stars Saif along with Deepak Dobriyal, Vijay Raaz, Kunaal Roy Kapoor, Sobhita Dhulipala, Akshay Oberoi, Isha Talwar, Shenaz Treasury, Shivam Patil, Amyra Dastur and Neil Bhoopalam. Speaking about it, Saif said, "It's easy to think that people no longer want to see me in a film". He said it would be nice to see his film release with the magnum opus Padmavati. "I think people want to see big hoardings of the film, and maybe they would have liked it if I had promoted the film on Bigg Boss or Comedy Nights or something." said Saif.
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In a recent media interaction, Saif Ali Khan revealed that he is okay with the idea of films releasing together and it only shows diversity.
The first look of the film was released recently and Saif said he is confident "that she (Sara) will be very good".
Saif Ali Khan, lastly, talked about the Dil Chahta Hai reference in Chef where his character mentions that he had visited Goa with his friends 20 years ago. I think they would have wanted to see more food, working in the NY kitchen or the high-pressure job. The film seems to be all about sex, drugs and action laced with some light humour reminding you of Delhi Belly.
"I don't think it was even publicised correctly".