Aamir finds Saif 'outstanding' in 'Kaalakaandi'

Alicia Farmer
January 12, 2018

In recent past, he has said some good words about Tu Hai Mera Sunday, Sachin: A Billion Dreams, Sultan, Thithi and Sairat and all these films got thumbs up from the moviegoers.

If that has already got you excited, wait till you hear his nickname.

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Admitting that he was laughing like anything throughout the film, Aamir wrote, "Kaalakandi is one (of) the funniest films I have seen in a long time". Haven't laughed this since I read the script of Delhi Belly. Absolutely loved all the performances.

Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan has not seen a box office hit in years - his last success at the ticket windows was Sajid Khan's directorial venture Humshakals (2014), which was widely panned by critics for regressive content. "Proud of you. Don't miss this one guys, it releases tomorrow", is what Aamir signed off his review with. The name of Saif's film "Kaalakandi" is Marathi slang for things went horribly wrong. The film is a cult classic now and is the benchmark of how to make a right black comedy film in India. The film features Kunal Roy Kapur, Vijay Raaz, Amyra Dastur, Deepak Dobriyal, Sobhita Dhulipala, Akshay Oberoi, Isha Talwar, Shenaz Treasury, Shivam Patil and Neil Bhoopalam in pivotal roles. Even though the film takes place in a span of few hours, it seems dragged. "It is a Bombay story completely. But they make me anxious". "It becomes very exhausting, it isn't comfortable and warm", the director said while speaking to Firstpost.

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