I still feel on the top … – Saif Ali Khan

Saif Ali Khan and Alaya Furniturewala’s Jawaani Jaaneman has actually struck the theatres today. Lead star, Saif, who has actually likewise produced this movie opened about different things in life throughout a current interview. Saif, who plays a Casanova in the movie, throughout an interview with a paper, discussed the type of discussion he has with his kids. He stated, “We talk about everything under the sun – religion, politics, art, movies. I share fun stories with the youngest. I sometimes talk about girls, and what’s happening in his life with the older boy. Sara is mainly obsessed with movies. We are all individuals. We talk about our ideas. Taimur also talks about ideas in his own way, so do Sara and Ibrahim. I don’t think you need a lingo to do that. You just need communication. I don’t have to use certain expressions to try and impress them. It is more about the point you are trying to make, or what you are talking about.”

Mulling over the subject of aging and the its effects, Saif stated, “I still feel on top of what I am doing. But there comes a time where you start looking older and even worse, you start feeling older. There is a bit of worry that comes with that. You think about infirmity and even death. You think about all kinds of things that come along with getting older. But ultimately, it is all part of life, and that’s what gives everything meaning.” Well stated Saif!

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