Saif Ali Khan:Bollywood is incomplete without Karan Johar

20 June, 2017, 01:00 | Author: Ora Austin
  • Amit Shah

"The film industry is incomplete without Karan Johar".

He told the daily, "Why would she want that for herself?" Saif Ali Khan recently revealed that his 16-year old handsome son has got an ad film offer and it looks like, he is interested in taking that up!

With the relationship allegedly on the rocks, we wonder if Karan-Kareena's relationship will also see the same fate as that of Karan and Kajol.

Read the full interview with Saif Ali Khan here. Look at where she studied.

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Speaking about the way he felt after hearing about Sara's debut, Saif said "A little nervous". He said that fear was the something everyone in the industry has always faces as acting profession has never been a stable profession. And everyone lives in constant fear. We talk constantly and she discusses whatever she wants to and I give her my advice. There is no guarantee that despite doing your best, you will succeed.

Saif, who has been ruling Bollywood over two decades now, is apprehensive about Sara joining Bollywood.

Talking on the entry of Sara in showbiz, Saif Ali Khan said that acting is a risky profession and being a father, he does not want his children to join that field where their future is not secured. I enjoy the experience of hosting. He said that he wonders why his daughter would choose something like this after having studied overseas where she could have chosen a better work and lived in NY.

In a recent interview, Saif expressed his displeasure over Sara, a graduate of prestigious Columbia University in NY, picking films over other feasible professions.


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