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07-31-2009, 01:51 PM #1
"When you see him as Sardar, you'll forget Saif Ali Khan is Muslim" - Kareena
By Subhash K. Jha, July 30, 2009 - 13:34 IST
Kareena Kapoor wants to work with Imtiaz Ali again. "I need my acting energies to be re-fuelled. I'd love to work with Imtiaz Ali again after Jab We Met. Right now, he's soaked in Love Aaj Kal. And that's just fine. That's my film too."
Kareena has her fingers crossed about Love Aaj Kal. "I just want it to do well. I'm right there for it. I'm totally involved in it. Earlier I knew Saif as an actor. Now that he's a producer I see a completely different Saif at home. He's running around till 1 am. I've seen the film twice. Ain't I lucky to see Imtiaz Ali's new film twice over? Saifu is a killer in Love Aaj Kal. It's his best performance after Omkara. When you see him as a Sardar, you'll forget Saif Ali Khan is a Muslim. Everything from body language to beard, trousers and shirt is unbelievable."
Last week Kareena airdashed to Jaipur to join Saif ad Imtiaz for the promotion of Love Aaj Kal. "I need to be by his side now. Love Aaj Kal is equally important to both of us." No regrets about Kambakkht Ishq? "Any actress would give her right arm to do such a glamorous glitzy role. And I got to work with Sylvester Stallone. I couldn't believe when he said he knew my work. I remember Saif was shooting in San Francisco. He flew down to LA to see my shooting with Stallone. I remember Saif was introduced to Stallone as a member of a royal family and the son of a former Indian cricket team. I remember our lunches. We had Indian kebabs. Stallone loved it. I'll never forget it. He had heard of my grandfather (Raj Kapoor). He wanted to see my movies. I gave him DVDs of Jab We Met and Omkara. "
Like Saif? "Let me tell you, he's the most decent human being I've met in the industry. He takes everything and everyone on their face value. These past few weeks have been really tough on him. Promoting his film he had to keep talking about himself. We both hate discussing our lives specially our marriage plans. We're constantly asked to fix a time frame....two years, three years. Frankly we don't know. And does it matter? We are together, aren't we? I know people had given our relationship six months at the most."