Actor Saif Ali Khan just announced his new venture and Twitter went into overdrive. No, we aren’t talking about a new film but his autobiography. The 50-year-old actor is all set to unveil his autobiography in October 2021, which will be published by Harper Collins India, reported news agency PTI.
Saif’s autobiography is said to be a no-filter account of the actor’s personal and professional life, touching upon his family, home, career highs and lows and his love for films. “So many things have changed and will be lost with time if we don’t record them.
It would be nice to look back; to remember and to record,” Saif said in a statement, reported PTI. Describing his new venture as a “selfish endeavour”, Saif added: “It has been funny and moving, and I must say, this is quite a selfish endeavour. I do hope others enjoy the book, too, of course.”
Meanwhile, Twitter reacted to Saif Ali Khan’s autobiography announcement with memes, making references to his star lineage, his struggle and the nepotism debate. “#SaifAliKhan” found a top spot on Twitter trends on Tuesday
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Saif Ali Khan is best known for Dil Chahta Hai, Kal Ho Naa Ho, Parineeta, Omkara, Love Aaj Kal, Agent Vinod, Go Goa Gone, Chef and Kaalakaandi among others. He lasted see in a cameo in Dil Bechara. Saif Ali Khan’s upcoming movies include Bunty Aur Babli 2 and Bhoot Police.
The 2004 romantic comedy Hum Tum proved to be Khan’s first success in which he played the sole male lead, earning him the National award for best actor, and starring roles in the drama Parineeta and the romantic comedy Salaam Namaste(both 2005) established him as a leading actor in Bollywood. He earned wide critical praise for his portrayal of a manipulative businessman in the 2004 thriller Ek Hasina Thi an apprentice in the 2006 English film Being Cyrus, a character based on William Shakespeare’s antagonist Iago in the 2006 crime film Omkara, and a terrorist in the 2009 thriller Kurbaan.