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    While hosting Filmfare Awards on Sunday, Shah Rukh Khan and Saif Ali Khan repeatedly said they were back with their 'low-end' and 'cheap' jokes, and they lived by their words when Shah Rukh asked Saif where were the girls from yesterday meaning the heroines of yesteryears. Saif wanted to know whether he was inquiring about the whereabouts about the girls they rehearsed with yesterday. "No, no, from yesterday I meant guzrahuakal..." said Shah Rukh.

    Minutes before Saif joined him on stage, Shah Rukh said that since he wanted to dominate the show, he had sent Saif and Kareena on their long honeymoon until March as he wanted to be alone with the Black Lady. He referred to Kareena as Kareena Kapoor Khan Pataudi... "Kaafi lamba naam ho gaya hai na, Saif."

    Further while talking about the modern and powerful women like the ones portrayed in Mother India and Deewar where the screen mothers went against their screen sons for their unlawful activities (Nargis's character shoots down her screen son played by Sunil Dutt in Mother India), Saif remarked that his mother Sharmila Tagore wanted to kill him when she watched his film Agent Vinod.

    Further, when Saif wondered why Katrina didn't turn up at the event as she was supposed to perform, SRK said, "Katrina is not here because she is not nominated." "Guess she will perform because she has been remunerated," chuckled Saif.

    When Madhur Bhandarkar's joke didn't find any audience while announcing the winner in Supporting role (Female category), SRK told Madhur to not to try hands at humour and continue making serious films like Heroine.

    When Raveena Tandon who came to give away the Best story award to Juhi Chaturvedi for Vicky Donor, she told SRK - "When I see you my heart skips a beat." At which Saif promptly remarked, "And on seeing me you just skip a beat, is it?"

 

 

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