New Delhi: There are very few actors in India who have the ability to melt into their characters. Over the years, Bollywood superstar Saif Ali Khan has perfected his craft in such a way that he shines in every character he plays. Be it the desolate Sartaj Singh in ‘Sacred Games’, or the unforgettably diabolical Uday Bhan in Tanhaji or most recently the controversial SSP Vikram in last year’s ‘Vikram Vedha’, Khan has a knack for hiding his star power and letting it be consumed by the masses. has a unique ability. He has vessels in his hands.
Saif Ali Khan on his role in #NTR30 says, “It’s a very cool role and I’m working hard to make sure I deliver more than what’s expected of me. My director Koratala Siva infectious energy And a passionate artist with a great vision.” , He narrated me for three hours and I was emotionally spellbound all the way through.
About his co-star Jr. NTR, Saif says, “Oh, NTR is so friendly and charming and super-passionate too! I admire the ambition of making a pan-India film. We think and work in the context of the region.” accustomed to doing. And the language. This is the exciting plan of NTR.
About the film’s technicians, Saif says, “The DOP (director of photography) is Rathnavelu who has shot amazing films like Robot and it’s great to be lit and shot like this. It’s a great sight and the scale of the film Too big.” I take it as a great compliment that they are interested in my services. It is absolutely my pleasure to be here.