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Happy Birthday Saif Ali Khan: Here’s Remembering 5 Films You Do Not Want Us To See

We’re sure you’re not playing anything from these films if you’re having a party somewhere.

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Happy Birthday, Saif Ali Khan. We know times have not been kind to you. Your films have been bombing at the box-office one after the other, and then you got a lot of mud on your face for speaking up on the nepotism issue. That said, we are sure that you have a great life, and a great wife in Kareena Kapoor Khan. So, we don’t feel that bad for you either.

But yes, if you are having a party somewhere, where your songs and films are being played, we want you to make sure that these films get avoided.


One of Saif’s initial films, Pehchaan saw him and Suneil Shetty in lead roles. There’s a song called ‘Too Mere Dil Mein’ which only Saif’s worst enemies will look to remind him of.

Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega

A comedy that managed to be funny for all the wrong reasons, Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega was so bad, we’re shocked how Saif was able to manage his sanity post shooting it.

Na Tum Jaano Na Hum

Even though an over-excited Hrithik Roshan (fresh off the success of KNPH) played the lead role in this film, Saif’s supporting act was even worse. Which is saying something.

Tara Rum Pum

This film about a successful car race driver who loses it all, and has to drive a taxi is so devoid of logic, even children (for whom the movie was meant) were unable to buy it.


Probably, the worst film in Bollywood ever, Humshakals saw Saif Ali Khan play a triple role. Which means triple times the torture. Even Saif admitted that doing the movie was a mistake. Something he hasn’t been able to recover from, since.