And with the trailer out now, we are barely able to contain our excitement.
While the very first scene of the trailer will take you back to Breaking Bad with Saif being diagnosed with stomach cancer, the rest of the further only oozes pure madness.
The trailer hints at a boldness that is reminiscent of Akshat's famed 2011 film, with its humour, especially. What follows next is a montage of shots, which tells you nearly nothing about the story but gives you a gist of what to expect from the film - exactly how a good trailer should.
The makers unveiled the film's poster today, while a teaser poster was released yesterday, 5 December. Some light humour can be seen in the trailer that reminds you of Delhi Belly.
Talking about Kaalakaandi, Saif Ali Khan said, "The film is a cross-section of Mumbai with underworld goons, doomed bankers and idealistic lovers all mixed together in this karmic tale about love, crime and living a lifetime in one night!" The film is directed by Akshat Verma, who earlier wrote the 2011 film, Delhi Belly. And interestingly all the three stories are shot with three different cameras.
After Rangoon and Chef, finally Saif Ali Khan looks at ease in Kaalakaandi. Despite the delayed release date of his much-anticipated film "Kaalakaandi", the actor seems to have all the faith in the concept of the dark comedy to re-built his career.