Feels like my film is releasing: Saif on daughter Sara's acting debut

Kaalakaandi first look Saif Ali Khan looks funky on the first poster

Kaalakaandi first look Saif Ali Khan looks funky on the first poster

The Salaam Namaste actor said, "If Padmavati comes in [on that day], we will think of shifting our release date".

The film was initially supposed to release on September 8, 2017, however, it got delayed.

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Produced by Cinestaan Film Company and Ashi Dua Sara of Flying Unicorn, Kaalakaandi will release on 12th January 2018. While most makers avoid box office clashes like the proverbial plague, the actor believes that different films releasing on the same day only go on to show the diversity that cinema can offer. After the trailer launch, we had a freewheeling chat with Saif about why he was confident that it was time for him to venture into the digital space with Sacred Games on Netflix, the failure of Chef and his daughter Sara Ali Khan's film Kedarnath. He feels they could have sold it to be released in another medium. Recently, we saw Secret Superstar and Golmaal Again releasing on the same day and both films did well. "But filmmakers are wary about it and you need to take that into consideration", he added. You are going to Bigg Boss or Comedy Nights or something and talk about the movie because you feel that will help. Off late, his film Chef didn't do a fare business even after the content of the film was great. "I think the palette of the film was a little western, I have also got some good reviews, but then some things are really not in your control". I don't want to be anxious about anything as long as I have integrity and I am working hard.

The dark comedy is the story of six characters from different worlds, urban, ambitious Mumbai and its dark, neglected underbelly. Apart from being rather trippy, the trailer also smells super duper fun, partly because Akshat Verma, who is the screenwriter of the very popular Delhi Belly, writes and directs this too.

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