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Saif Ali Khan on why 'too much religion' bothers him: They put emphasis on afterlife, not enough on life
“I find too much of religion to be an organisation, and too many problems associated with basically my god, or your god or whose god is better," says Saif Ali Khan, ahead of the release of his horror comedy Bhoot Police.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Raj and DK to back micro-series and films shot indoors during nationwide lockdown
The first project mentored by Raj and DK is The Family Man actor Shreya Dhanwanthary's directorial debut micro-series titled A Viral Wedding: Made In Lockdown.
While Hollywood aces disaster films, why Indian cinema continues to lack budget and appetite for the genre
While Hollywood's rich repertoire of disaster and apocalypse films continues to mirror unfurling sociopolitical realities, Indian cinema is yet venture into this territory over myriad reasons, according to industry insiders.
Before Vin Diesel's Bloodshot, zombie horror films to catch, from Resident Evil to The Dead Don't Die
Bloodshot stars Vin Diesel as a former marine who has been resurrected with nanotechnology.
Saif Ali Khan is his own kind of superstar: How the intelligent, humourous actor is congruent with Bollywood of today
Saif is currently enjoying a resurrection of sorts (that started with Sacred Games), 27 years since he first made a film debut in Aashiq Aawara
Saif Ali Khan, the unsung warrior: The actor's most redeeming quality is that he refuses to play it safe
Saif Ali Khan may play a wide range of characters on screen but he cannot help being himself, a true learned intellectual off-camera.
Go Goa Gone 2 officially announced; sequel of Saif Ali Khan's 2013 zombie comedy to release in March 2021
According to the makers, the Go Goa Gone sequel will take off from the point where the original ended and all the actors are expected to reprise their characters.
Saif Ali Khan on reunting with Ajay Devgn on Tanhaji: He's one of the most confident and generous actors today
"Ajay is one of the most confident and generous actors in the industry. You can be relaxed about having a nice part in a film with him," says Saif Ali Khan.
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Clashes in Jadavpur University, corporate tax cut, Amazon series The Family Man; today's must-read stories
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Timeline of JU clashes, corporate tax cut, divided opinions over Rishabh Pant's future, tale of a music teacher, creators of The Family Man on casting. today's must-read stories
Go Goa Gone 2: Babaji Ki Booty will depict Saif Ali Khan fighting aliens; film to go on floors in 2019
Go Goa Gone 2: Babaji Ki Booty will be primarily shot in Manali and will reportedly have two additional characters in the narrative.
Raj, DK explain why they didn't direct Rajkummar Rao's Stree: Not practical to make all films we write
Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK brought Amar Kaushi on board to direct Stree.
As Saif Ali Khan turns 48, a look at the actor's unconventional films, from Being Cyrus to Go Goa Gone
Saif Ali Khan is the recipient of several accolades, including a National Film Award and six Filmfare Awards, and received the Padma Shri in 2010
Mumbai Police's Mission: Impossible safety campaign; Go Goa Gone sequel — Social Media Stalkers' Guide
Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se! poster; Vishwaroop 2 Hindi teaser; and more on today's edition of Social Media Stalkers' Guide.
The 2013 film Go Goa Gone, starring Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Kemmu and Vir Das, was touted as India's first zom-com or zombie comedy.
The Mumbai police has issued an e-challan to Bollywood actor Kunal Kemmu for violating traffic norms by riding a motorcycle without wearing a helmet.
Rajkummar Rao's Newton co-star Pankaj Tripathi is the latest addition to the cast of the horror-comedy Stree. The film also stars Shraddha Kapoor
Shraddha Kapoor joins Rajkummar Rao in Raj and DK's upcooming horror-comedy produced by Dinesh Vijan. The film is expected to go on floors in January
Kunal Kemmu, in an exclusive interview to Firstpost, talks about reprising his role of Laxman in Golmaal Again and starring in Go Goa Gone 2.
It is the ability to disappear beneath a writer/director’s vision of the film that sets Saif apart from the other Khans. He doesn't carry the baggage of stardom, even though he's a bonafide star.
Saif Ali Khan's grim yet quirky look from Akshat Verma's Kaalakaandi reminds us of his similar avatar from the 2013 zombie film Go Goa Gone.