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Saif Ali Khan: I am happy to have played realistic, vulnerable characters 

The actor spoke to senior journalist Kaveri Bamzai, as a part of Indulge Express' Timepass 

Published: 30th June 2020

In this interaction with senior journalist Kaveree Bamzai, Saif Ali Khan talks about how he spends his lockdown time with his son Taimur Ali Khan and wife Kareena Kapoor Khan, his love for history, his realistic portrayal of men on screen and more.

"Kareena and I, keep travelling for our films and we hardly get this space. I don't want to miss this time and regret later. I have been cooking for almost 90 days now and I am loving it. I have tried everything from Briyani to Asian Fish. I am also brushing up my guitar skills and growing a small garden in my house," says Saif. 

Catch the full conversation here: 


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