Saif Ali Khan: I am loving life at the moment

By Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial

GO GOA GONE has released and for Saif Ali Khan, it is his third release in a matter of one year after AGENT VINOD and COCKTAIL. Meanwhile he is also on the verge of finishing another film of his, BULLET RAJA while gearing up to begin work on a comedy with Sajid Khan. With so much happening in such quick time for the actor, Saif attributes it all to good planning.

"Yes, a lot also has to do with that," says Saif, "In fact it is a shame when we don't plan our films. That's when we end up doing the same things and make the same errors. There is so much fun when we plan things and that too out of the box. That is something creatively satisfying. It is all a matter of hunting into the world and finding the best technicians and artists who can do the job."

While on the professional front he is content, he is also very satisfied with his personal life.

"I have been around for 20 years and that's a very long time. I took it easy for some time in the middle. I wanted to sort out some things and now that I am married, I am happy overall. I am loving life at the moment," he smiles.

Meanwhile he also loved an abundance of flowery and naughty content which was up for display in GO GOA GONE. It was also obvious that he seemed to be enjoying playing a 'Dilliwaala Russian goon' who didn't shy away from mouthing expletives.

"Well, at times expletives can be like celebration of life. There were quite a few that I mouthed in OMKARA as well. I am glad that for a few times that I have used such a language, it has gone down correctly. Now that is important because such dialogues have to be done the right way. It has to be at the right time and at the right mood. If that's not the case then freedom of expression turns out to be abuse and that is strictly avoidable," says Saif before signing off.

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