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After ‘Raavan’, Saif Ali Khan wants to play the role of ‘Karn’

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The protest against Prabhas’s film ‘Adipurush’ is not taking its name to stop. The makers and star cast are being criticized ever since the release of the teaser. Saif Ali Khan is constantly being trolled on social media. Questions are being raised on Ravana’s look in the film being directed by Om Raut. Amidst all this, the statement of Saif Ali Khan has come to the fore. This statement of the actor has not only surprised everyone, but has also created a ruckus on social media. Now the question arises that what did Saif say that he has once again come under the target of netizen. Let’s know…

Saif Ali Khan said in a recent interview that after ‘Adipurush’ based on Ramayana, he now wants to work in a film based on ‘Mahabharata’. Yes, he said that if someone makes Mahabharata like ‘Lord of the Rings’ then I would love to be cast in it. Not only this, Saif Ali Khan has even said that whether this film is made in Bollywood or in the South, he would love to be a part of a film based on Mahabharata. During the interview, Saif also told about which character of Mahabharata he is keen to play.

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During the interview, Saif told that he has a desire to work in Mahabharata since long ago. Saif told that he has been talking to Ajay Devgan on the film based on Mahabharata since the time of shooting of the film Kachche Dhaage. If possible, we will bring the Bombay film industry along with the South, he says. I find Karna very appealing, there are many other characters which I am very impressed with.

Talking about Saif Ali Khan’s workfront, the actor was recently seen in the Pushkar-Gayatri directorial Vikram Vedha. Apart from this, Saif will soon be seen in Aadipurush alongside Prabhas and Kriti Sanon. Saif is playing the role of the antagonist, Lankesh in the pan-India film. The film is directed by Om Raut. The first teaser of Aadipurush has been released on October 2. The film is based on the mythological epic Ramayana.

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