Saif Ali Khan Biography

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Saif Ali Khan is an Indian film on-screen character who became a force to be reckoned with in the wake of showing up in the film ‘Dil Chahta Hai.’ Although he has assumed a few jobs in movies of different classifications, he is most popular for playing conspicuous characters in lighthearted comedy films.

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In the wake of making his introduction in an ineffective film named ‘Parampara,’ he proceeded to make progress with industrially effective movies like ‘Yeh Dillagi,’ ‘Main Khiladi Tu Anari,’ and ‘Hum Saath-Saath Hain.’ His exhibitions in films like ‘Dil Chahta Hai,’ ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho,’ ‘Hum Tum,’ ‘Omkara,’ and ‘Parineeta’ earned him a few honors, including the esteemed ‘National Film Award’ for ‘Best Actor.’ One of the most generously compensated on-screen characters in Bollywood, Saif has indicated his flexibility in films like ‘Ek Hasina Thi,’ ‘Parineeta,’ ‘Being Cyrus,’ and ‘Omkara.’

Saif looks into numerous things other than films, and is known to banter well on some random subject—from theory to governmental issues and from books to music. In view of his salary and notoriety, he was highlighted on Forbes India’s ‘Big name 100’ list for five back to back years. The UK magazine ‘Eastern Eye’ has likewise highlighted him in their ‘Reality’s Sexiest Asian Men’ list on three events.

Adolescence and Early Life

  • Saif Ali Khan was conceived Sajid Ali Khan on August 16, 1970, in New Delhi, India, to on-screen character Sharmila Tagore and her cricketer spouse Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. Mansoor was a previous commander of the Indian cricket crew. Saif has two more youthful sisters, Saba and Soha. His sister Soha is likewise an entertainer.
  • He went to ‘The Lawrence School, Sanawar’ in Himachal Pradesh, India, for a couple of years before he was sent to ‘Storage spaces Park School’ in Hertfordshire, UK, at nine years old.
  • Subsequent to moving on from ‘Winchester College’ in the UK, he came back to India. He at that point got a proposal to show for ‘Gwalior Suitings,’ post which he began hoarding the spotlight. He was likewise cast in a film. Despite the fact that the film didn’t come around, it urged him to seek after a vocation in acting.


  • Saif Ali Khan was eager to move to Mumbai and start his vocation in the film business. Notwithstanding, he was at first named as ‘pompous’ and ‘amateurish’ by his chiefs. In 1991, he was given a role as the lead in ‘Bekhudi’, yet was before long supplanted by another entertainer because of his ‘unprofessionalism.’
  • In 1993, executive Yash Chopra cast him in ‘Parampara.’ Unfortunately, the film fizzled in the cinematic world. His next two movies ‘Aashik Awara’ and ‘Pehchaan,’ both discharged in 1993, end up being normal hits.
  • Saif hit the pinpoint center in 1994 with films like ‘Yeh Dillagi’ and ‘Primary Khiladi Tu Anari.’ Subsequently, he was perceived by the business and the media as a bankable entertainer.
  • In the following four years, nine of his movies were fundamentally and financially ineffective. Before the finish of the 1990s, his profession was in desperate waterways, and the pundits had kept in touch with him off.
  • Be that as it may, the year 1999 end up being a fruitful year for him, and his profession possibilities started to improve. While films like ‘Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan’ and ‘Aarzoo’ became normal hits, ‘Kachche Dhaage’ was his first significant business achievement. He at that point handled a job in ‘Hum Saath-Saath Hain’ which turned into a significant film industry hit.
  • His film ‘Kya Kehna,’ which discharged in 2000, was a hit. His depiction of a negative job in the film was named as the ‘radiant and brilliant’ side of the film by the pundits.
  • In 2001, the transitioning parody dramatization ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ end up being an advancement film in his profession. Pundits commended his acting and named him a gifted on-screen character. The film got the ‘National Film Award’ for ‘Best Feature Film in Hindi.’
  • The 2003 sentimental film ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’ was set apart as his ‘milestone’ film. It was an all inclusive fruitful film, and Saif’s presentation was widely praised.
  • In 2004, he had another hit film amazingly—’Hum Tum’— where he indicated his acting abilities by conveying a solid exhibition. To abstain from being pigeonholed, he took up a negative job in the spine chiller ‘Ek Hasina Thi.’
  • In 2005, his job in ‘Parineeta’ collected basic approval. That year, he was thrown in ‘Salaam Namaste’ which turned into a film industry hit.
  • His job in the film ‘Being Cyrus’ in 2006 earned him basic recognition. That year, his depiction of ‘Ishwar Tyagi’ in the film ‘Omkara’ was acclaimed by the pundits.
  • In 2007, he showed up in the epic film ‘Eklavya: The Royal Guard,’ which was chosen as India’s authentic passage to the ‘Oscars.’ Thanks to his exhibition in the film, his development as an entertainer was examined indeed.
  • He tasted accomplishment with the arrival of the 2008 spine chiller ‘Race,’ which was probably the greatest hit that year. His acting aptitudes were indeed adulated by the pundits and fans the same.
  • In 2009, he built up his creation house ‘Illuminati Films’ with maker Dinesh Vijan. Its first creation was ‘Love Aaj Kal’ which had Saif in the number one spot. It was a significant business and basic achievement. He at that point assumed the job of a fear based oppressor in ‘Kurbaan,’ which didn’t do well economically. Notwithstanding, Saif’s presentation in the film was widely praised.
  • ‘Aarakshan,’ a questionable film which discharged in 2011, earned him basic praise. In the film, he assumed the job of an insubordinate understudy. In 2012, he created his film ‘Operator Vinod’ which didn’t perform well in the cinema world. His next creation ‘Mixed drink,’ which featured him in the number one spot, was a money related achievement.
  • After a couple of fruitless movies somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2015, and a year-long nonattendance from acting in 2016, he chose to assume a negative job in ‘Rangoon’ in 2017. In spite of the fact that the film was not gotten well, his exhibition was lauded.
  • In 2017, his presentation in ‘Gourmet specialist’ got positive audits. Be that as it may, the film didn’t perform well in the cinema world.
  • The next year, he played ‘Sartaj Singh’ in the widely praised spine chiller web arrangement ‘Sacrosanct Games’ on ‘Netflix.’ His depiction of ‘Sartaj Singh,’ a grieved cop, earned him rave surveys. After a fruitful first season, the arrangement was recharged for a subsequent season, which debuted in 2019.
  • In the mean time, two of his movies, ‘Kaalakaandi’ and ‘Baazaar,’ discharged in 2018. Both the movies neglected to intrigue the pundits just as the fans.
  • In 2019, he was cast to play ‘Gossain’ in the epic activity show film ‘Laal Kaptaan.’ Not just did the film fizzle in the cinema world, it neglected to dazzle the pundits too. The next year, he played ‘Udaybhan Singh Rathore’ in a true to life period activity film named ‘Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior.’ The film proceeded to turn into a film industry achievement, netting more than ₹300 crore.

Significant Works

  • Saif Ali Khan’s presentation in ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ was applauded by the pundits. After his presentation in ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho,’ he was depicted as “common” and “amazingly charming.”
  • His presentation in ‘Ek Hasina Thi,’ where he assumed a negative job, was adulated by the pundits. His exhibitions in films like ‘Being Cyrus’ and ‘Omkara’ were likewise lauded by the pundits.

Grants and Achievements

  • In 1994, Saif Ali Khan earned the ‘Filmfare Award’ for ‘Best Male Debut’ for his presentation in ‘Aashik Awara.’ He likewise got the ‘Filmfare Best Supporting Actor’ designation for ‘Main Khiladi Tu Anari’ in 1995.
  • In 2000, ‘Kachche Dhaage’ earned him a ‘Filmfare Best Supporting Actor’ assignment. In 2002, ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ earned him the ‘Filmfare Award’ for ‘Best Performance in a Comic Role.’ He likewise got the ‘Star Screen,’ ‘Zee Cine,’ and ‘Global Indian Academy’ grants for ‘Best Supporting Actor.’
  • In 2004, ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’ earned him a few honors, including the ‘Filmfare Award’ for ‘Best Supporting Actor.’ For ‘Hum Tum,’ he won the ‘Filmfare Award’ for ‘Best Performance in a Comic Role’ in 2005. He was additionally given the ‘National Film Award’ for ‘Best Actor.’
  • For his job in ‘Omkara,’ he won the ‘Filmfare,’ ‘Star Screen,’ ‘Zee Cine,’ and ‘IIFA’ grants for ‘Best Performance in a Negative Role’ in 2007.

Individual Life

  • Saif Ali Khan wedded entertainer Amrita Singh on October 1991, and their little girl Sara was conceived in 1995. In 2001, they were honored with a child whom they named Ibrahim. Saif and Amrita got isolated in 2004. Around the same time, he began dating model Rosa Catalano, yet they got isolated following three years.
  • Saif was delegated the tenth Nawab of Pataudi in 2011.
  • Following quite a long while of romance, he wedded entertainer Kareena Kapoor on October 16, 2012. Their romance and resulting marriage got media consideration. Their child Taimur was conceived on December 20, 2016.

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