9 Times Saif Ali Khan Impressed Us on Screen

“Dil Chahta Hai” (2001) - Saif’s portrayal of Sameer brought a relatable and comedic touch to the film’s dynamics.

“Omkara” (2006) - His transformation into Langda Tyagi showcased his versatility in playing complex characters.

“Hum Tum” (2004) - Saif’s effortless charm and chemistry with Rani Mukerji made this romantic comedy memorable.

“Kal Ho Naa Ho” (2003) - In a supporting role, his portrayal of Rohit added depth and emotion to the film.

“Love Aaj Kal” (2009) - Playing dual roles across different timelines, Saif’s performance explored love’s evolution.

“Go Goa Gone” (2013) - His comic timing as a Russian mafia antagonist added a unique twist to this zombie comedy.

“Parineeta” (2005) - Saif’s role as Shekhar was a mature and understated performance in this period drama.

“Cocktail” (2012) - His character’s growth from playboy to responsible partner showcased his acting range.

“Being Cyrus” (2006) - A departure from mainstream roles, his portrayal in this dark comedy-drama was intriguing.