Kaalakandi first poster: Saif Ali Khan's look will leave you amused

Kaalakandi first poster: Saif Ali Khan's look will leave you amused

The promotional game for Saif Ali Khan's upcoming movie "Kaalakaandi" is getting stronger day by day. I am excited for her.

Although Khan maintains that releasing two films at the same time is a healthy practice, he also understands why filmmakers think otherwise. Kaalakaandi was reportedly suggested 70 cuts earlier this year after which the film was taken to Film Certification Appellate Tribunal for certification by the makers. It features Saif in the lead role while Akshay Oberoi, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Deepak Dobriyal, Vijay Raaz, Sobhita Dhulipala and Isha Talwar play pivotal parts.

Kaalakaandi is slated for a January 12 release. It was a lot of fun. "I'll keep working and hopefully, things will fall into place", Saif said. If you loved Delhi Belly, you can be sure you're in for a joyous ride because this film marks the directorial debut of its writer Akshat Verma.

The forty-seven-year-old actor then spoke about why he thinks his film Chef didn't do well in cinemas, even when he received some good reviews for his performance. I get my confidence back every time, irrespective of whether my film works or not.

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"I liked his (Raja's) attempt, it was a little European in flavor, and the drama could be a bit more, and I think he generally avoids drama". "It's easy to think that people no longer want to see me in a film".

The actor also feels the movie could have been marketed well. I didn't see enough buzz around the film. "But, with films like that, you have got to show the trailer, hoardings, and you have to spend money on the publicity".

"These days, people don't want to spend money on marketing, they send the actors to "Bigg Boss" or "Comedy Nights with Kapil" to talk about the movie, thinking it'll help, but it won't".

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