Saif Ali Khan claims that his work got him out from ‘Mental and professional ditch’

Recently, in an interview, Saif Ali Khan has talked about how excited he is about all his upcoming projects and what was its impact on his life.

Saif Ali Khan has talked about the important role of work that has played in his life. Currently, Saif Ali Khan seems the busiest actor in the Bollywood as he is looking forward to the release of multiple projects such as Bhoot Police, Tandav, Adipurush and others.

In a recent interview, Saif claims of being ‘ditch’ by mentally and professionally. He thanked filmmakers for offering him good roles so he could start a second innings of his career.

In an interview with Bollywood Hungama he said, “Honestly, I believe I have worked very hard. I was in a bit of a ditch, mentally and professionally. I managed to get out of that. It is like climbing a mountain. I feel like I am on base camp 1 and we have made progress but there is a long way to go. The ropes are set, the boots are tied, and we have got our sights on the hill and we are climbing. There is a really nice line up. I am super excited Bhoot Police is finally, 80% complete and it’s a dream role for me. We really had a good time doing that.”

“It is a nice place to be. It has not been particularly easy. The work has been fab, a lot of people have been super supportive and it’s nice. Because it is the only thing that has gotten me out of that feeling. Just by working hard and choosing the right scripts. People have also supported me by offering me those parts,” the actor added.

In the end of 2020, Saif was spotted in Himachal Pradesh with Arjun Kapoor for the shot of upcoming movie “Bhoot Police”. The film also stars Yami Gautam and Jacqueline Fernandez. His Amazon web series “Tandav” is also ready for release and will arrive on 15th January. The show also features Sunil Grover, Dimple Kapadia, Sarah Jane Dias and Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub.

 

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