The expertise of Saif Ali Khan in acting is not just confined to some stereotypical characters of B Town. The actor is talented and has often proved his caliber like a versatile actor. The actor has usually given some of his best performances in his movies and has carved his niche hard in testing his mettle. He manages even the difficult roles and ensures that he reaches out to the skin of his character. In fact, he has given the best in every genre character. How about catching up 5 of his best performances as under:
5 great performances of Saif Ali Khan
1) Sameer in Dil Chahta Hai
This film was his turning point in B Town. The character of confused Sameer gave him a new direction which even helped me to get the best comedian character at Filmfare in the year 2002. Since then it was no looking back for the actor as he went on to carve his niche hard.
2) Karan Kapoor in Hum Tum
The film was loosely based on When Harry Met Sally that happens to be a Hollywood romantic film. He bagged the national award for the Best Actor comedy for playing the cartoonist cum architect Karan. The dialogue in this film – Tom Cruise Look really added the cuteness in the film played the best over the silver screen.
3) Cyrus in Being Cyrus
With this film, the actor has emerged as the trendsetter in B Town proving his mettle while working in the dark comedy. Playing the protagonist in the movie, the actor was simply spectacular. Right from his dialogue delivery, his body language, he has been utterly incredible in the Homi Adjania’s directorial debut.
4) Langda Tyagi in Omkara
This is among the most talked films of Saif Ali Khan which talks about his acting prowess. In his negative role, he has impressed everyone and has even given him several awards. The character Langda Tyagi has given a new identity to Saif Ali Khan as no one can portray that character so better than anyone.
5) Rohit Patel in Kal Ho Na Ho
He played the goofy friend of Preity Zinta’s character called Naina and one can call his character Rohit Patel to be a perfect BFF. Though many found the film to be a cheese-fest, it ended up giving some memorable characters and the foot-tapping numbers by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.