At a time when a Hindi film attention is going by an engaging phase, with aged norms of success being challenged by new ways of storytelling, actor Saif Ali Khan will be a guest during Express Adda in Mumbai on Tuesday. The son of acclaimed actor Sharmila Tagore and ace cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, Khan, 46 comes from a origin of cinema, sports, novel and royalty. He has finished a operation of films given his shade entrance with Parampara in 1992, from blurb potboilers standard of a Nineties to large ensign blockbusters like Kal Ho Naa Ho, Salaam Namaste and Race. His purpose in Hum Tum won him a National Award for Best Actor in 2005. He was also awarded a Padma Shri in 2010.
In a career that has seen a share of ups and downs, Khan has managed to say a change between blurb successes and independent-spirited films. His Dil Chahta Hai (2001) was among a initial films to constraint a lives of a civic girl in post-liberalisation India. He followed it adult with cinema like Ek Hasina Thi (2004), Parineeta (2005) and Being Cyrus (2005). However, one of his excellent and many noted roles stays that of Langda Tyagi in Vishal Bhardwaj’s Omkara (2006).
In 2009, Khan stretched a range of his career by branch producer. He launched his ensign with crony Dinesh Vijan, Illuminati Films, that has constructed several successful and acclaimed films, including Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aaj Kal (2009) and a ungodly zombie comedy Go Goa Gone (2013). Over a years, Khan has found himself in news as many for his veteran advances as for his personal life. The actor took on a pretension of ‘Nawab of Pataudi’ after his father’s genocide in 2011. Married to Kareena Kapoor, he is now sophistry fatherhood — his son, Taimur, was innate in Dec final year — with work. Khan will be seen subsequent in Akshat Verma’s quirky comedy, Kalaagandi, and a reconstitute of Jon Favreau’s Chef. Khan will be in review with The Indian Express Deputy Editor Seema Chishti.
The Express Adda is a array of spontaneous interactions organized by The Indian Express Group and facilities people who have been during a centre of change. In a past, it has hosted filmmaker Karan Johar, Union Minister Piyush Goyal, Niti Aayog Vice Chairperson Arvind Panagariya, author Amitav Ghosh, cricketer Rohit Sharma, economist and Nobel laureate Amartya Sen, and, many recently, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian.
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