Actor Saif Ali Khan had once talked about the nawab (royal) tag and how he had had a privileged but normal upbringing. In an old interview, Saif also revealed that his parents barely gave him pocket money when he was growing up. He also said a biopic should be made about his father Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudic because his life is “a little more cinematic.” (Read also | Saif Ali Khan’s Childhood Photo With Sharmila Tagore Reminds Fans Of His Son Taimur)

Saif is the eldest child of actor Sharmila Tagore and her late husband, cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. He has two younger sisters: jewelry designer Saba Ali Khan and actor Soha Ali Khan. Mansoor used the title Nawab of Pataudi until 1971.

In an interview with Asian Age in 2017, Saif had said: “I definitely had a privileged upbringing, but money wise, my parents never gave me pocket money…at least not more than the boy next door. I had a normal upbringing, and there are no nawabs (royals); it’s a tag in movies. my father (Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi) was the last nawab (royal). And even he didn’t consider himself one. The image isn’t because I’m a nawab (royal) but because I enjoy the lifestyle of a movie star. Sometimes you can’t beat your image, and that’s okay. It’s fine. If the image was true, it wouldn’t be for me.”

When asked about a biopic about his mother, Saif said: “My father is a bit more cinematic. His life has certainly had more ups and downs. My mother was a gifted artist, who became a superstar and a superstar for decades. She has had a happy marriage to a sportsman and lived a comfortable life – not much drama there. My father lost an eye as a cricketer. Many things were taken from his father, such as money. My father also had a lot of guts. His Demeanor was very classy. It could be a great biopic about him, but it can’t be a Hindi movie. It has to be a bilingual movie.”

Saif was last seen in Bunty Aur Babli 2 by director Varun V Sharma, alongside Rani Mukerji, Siddhant Chaturvedi and Sharvari Wagh. The film is a sequel to the 2005 film Bunty Aur Babli. Saif has several projects in the lineup, including Vikram Vedha, written and directed by Pushkar-Gayathri. The film is a remake of the 2017 Tamil film of the same name. In addition to Saif, the film also features Hrithik Roshan and Radhika Apte. The film is scheduled for a worldwide theatrical release on September 30 this year.

He also has Om Raut’s Adipurush, produced by T-Series Films and Retrophiles. The film also stars Prabhas and Kriti Sanon. The film is set to hit theaters on January 12, 2023.

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