Before, the big screen was all about big movies, big money, big actors, big ideas; it’s changing now

Saif Ali Khan is ready to be a father again. His wife Kareena Kapoor Khan expected to give birth this month. But it is not only his personal life that sees new beginnings. There was also a redefinition on the professional level. His career found new impetus when he ventured into the digital space and wowed audiences with Sacred Games. He was also seen on the controversial web show, Tandav. Read also – Spotted: Nora Fatehi kills him in check, Arjun Kapoor becomes ultra-relaxed, Kiara Advani keeps him in fashion

Opening up to the changing tone of the entertainment space, he said, “Everything is sort of flowing (right now). The world is changing in so many ways. We don’t even know how it’s going to change. .. But there is a lot of uncertainty. Read also – Spotted: Jahnvi Kapoor seen in Arjun Kapoor’s building; Shehnaaz Gill looked like a pink patola

“We know one thing that people like to consume what we call ‘content’. I like to consume movies of different lengths and stories of different lengths. What I liked about the big web platforms, at least the ones I worked with, was that they challenged the status quo, ”he added. Also Read – Big Budget Bollywood Movies Of 2021: Sooryavanshi, 83, Pathan, Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai & More

Explaining his thoughts, Saif shared, “Previously it was just big movies, big bucks, big actors, big ideas, and smaller screen, smaller idea and less money. It changes. They wanted to challenge and show that someone on their phone can have a movie-like experience on the big screen and provide you with first-class entertainment. “

“That was what was revolutionary about it. I know everything is open to change,” added the actor, who recently joined stars like Manoj Bajpayee, Samantha Akkineni, Tisca Chopra and Divya Dutta to discuss the future of the industry via Royal Stag Barrel Select Great short films Evening discussions.

Next we see Saif trying out a dark character in Om Raut’s ambitious Adipurush, which stars Prabhas. He described the role as electrifying and demonic. He will also be seen in the horror comedy Bhoot Police, which also stars Arjun Kapoor, Yami Gautam and Jacqueline Fernandez.

(With contributions from IANS)

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