Saif Ali Khan praises Aamir Khan’s film Dangal after watching it on Tuesday. He was beaming with joy after watching it for the first time and complimented Aamir Khan for making such a film. He said Aamir is a phenomenal actor and this is one of his best creations that I have ever seen in my life.
Recently, Aamir organized a special screening and called a number of celebrities to watch the movie. He was thrilled with joy as everybody praised the film after watching it. And Saif too has the same views after watching Dangal for the first time.
Saif said the film is made on such a nice and original story and everybody should watch it. Saif came at the PVR cinema and said we all have decided that the film is one of the great films ever made on the life of a wrestler “Mahavir Singh Phogat” and his daughters.
Saif Ali Khan praises Aamir Khan’s film Dangal like other stars and celebrities who watched the film
Saif Ali Khan praises Aamir Khan’s film Dangal while speaking to the media. He also interacted with journalists and said he didn’t expect the film of such a great creation. He also spoke on the birth of his new born baby and said both mother and the son are doing fairly well at home. Saif came along with his friend Jai to watch the film at PVR complex.
He also spoke regarding the birthday of Salman Khan and conveyed his best wishes. He said I would certainly meet him personally and convey my wishes on his birthday.
Almost entire Bollywood fraternity, including Saif Ali Khan praises Aamir Khan’s film Dangal. And most of them likes the concept that is based on the real life of a wrestler and his daughters.
While some of them started making comparisons of Dangal with recently released Salman Khan’s Sultan, others didn’t find it good to compare both the films, as both the movies are different.
But whatever the case may be, Aamir Khan played his character with utmost dedication and getting into his character. This is what the real life daughters of ‘Mahavir Singh Phogat’ also said after watching the movie for the first time. They said it seemed like a video is running based on our lives. Read full coverage on Indian Express.