Kaalakaandi Review: Could Saif Ali Khan Starrer Impress The Audience?

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He was asked what is he more excited and nervous about - his own film's release, wife Kareena Kapoor Khan's comeback after the birth of their son Taimur or Sara's debut?

"I got the offer but I felt that the role was not suitable for me as I was not connecting with it so I chose to do something else", Saif said in a press conference.

The actor said that the movie is in no way a comeback for the Tashan actress as she has always been around. "So, it's a wonderful part of our lives", Saif was quoted as saying by Zoom TV.

"She's a great artiste, and I have seen how well she has concentrated on her health and fitness", he added. In fact, he is the only one who decided not to hide Taimur from the media and introduced him to the world, unlike many other Bollywood celebrities.

"Kaalakaandi". After hearing this title, what would you expect from a film? You will surely need psychotropic drug to enjoy this film or you would be also running like this from the theatres while using some cuss words like, kya ch***yappa hai yeh.

"This is a wrong question". It is not our job.

Rececntly, Saif also revealed Kareena's qualities that make her one in a million.

Talking about his film, the director told Hindustan Times, "You don't know the fate until the audience and the critics react to it".

"The film getting an "A" certificate is justified as sometimes the children should not watch certain films".

Written and directed by Akshat Verma (the writer of unbelievable film "Delhi Belly"), "Kaalakaandi" turns out to be a yawn fest thereon. "I don't want my children to listen to abuses".