Friday Feb 28, 2020
Saif Ali khan has said that having regrets is part of life as it makes us human and leads us to evolve from the situation we are in.
During an interview with Hindustan Times, he was quoted as saying, “I am sure I have (regrets), but not very serious ones. I think it is okay to have regrets. We all are humans. But it important to learn something from your regrets. Having regrets makes us human. There should be something beyond your ambition. All these things make for a well-colored life. So, yes I have a bit of regret but it’s nothing serious.”
The actor has been part of a number of films till now, this year in particular, he worked on Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior and Jawaani Jaaneman.
The star revealed how drastic a change he encountered after entering Bollywood. He believes that the industry has helped him evolve as an actor and as human. He stated, “I think my acting has become better with time, and I understand things much better now. My process is very instinctive. Although there are various techniques attached to acting, in my case it is mostly natural. It’s a very creative field. I have realized you have to always find a new way to do the same thing and that’s always fun. Acting is never ending. Sky is the limit and you can never stop learning. I am still learning.”
Saif Ali khan initially began his career with Parampara in 1993 as a 23-year-old young man however, his work failed to impress audiences. He then started as a solo artist with his second release in Umesh Mehra’s Aashik Awara but the actor faced issues as the audience got disappointed yet again, calling him a misfit in Bollywood who can neither act, nor fight, nor dance on screen.
Despite of all the failure, faced by him related to his career, he is the guy who, by working hard, has impressed the audiences by jumping into the comedy and romance genre the fifth time, where audiences loved his character.
The audience was highly impressed by the actor's charming personality and acting skills in Mai Khiladi Tu Anari.
The actor has performed both sort of roles positive as well as negative and the audiences praised him for his upcoming career. Comedy and romance are the favourite genre of Saif as he shows his talent openly. His recent film Jawaani Janeman has a special sort of romance in it.
Whenever Saif looks at the hard years and struggles he has faced along with time though makes him emotional but he becomes highly courageous with pride as 27-year old journey led him to stay strong and work hard with constant courage.
He said, “It’s been a long journey. I have done a lot of hard work. It feels amazing when you look back. I have grown up doing films. You know, I was very young when I started and it has changed over so much the years. I get a bit tired when I think of how long it has been. But it’s been an amazing and interesting journey. I have travelled the world, met so many fascinating people, and made a living around this beautiful profession. A lot has happened and I hope a lot better things will happen. “