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After digital, Saif Ali Khan to make his small screen debut?

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After digital, Saif Ali Khan to make his small screen debut?

After making a foray into digital space with hit series Sacred Games, Saif Ali Khan is all set to make his small screen debut with Star Plus’ upcoming show Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum, starring Big Boss 12 winner Dipika Kakkar and Karan V Grover.  Saif will be part of the first episode and act as a narrator for the couple’s love story. Going by a report in Mumbai Mirror, Saif who will play a sutradhar has, in fact, started shooting for his portions of the show at Mehboob Studios in Mumbai.

Now that is something interesting right?

Talking about the same, the publication quoted a source as saying, “Saif shot a sequence where the leads are deciding where to go on a date. He shot alone for the part which featured a monologue and involved voice modulation as he is also shown giving voiceover for the female protagonist. The shoot went on for four-five hours.”


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Talking about the show, it is a mature love story about unrequited love. While Dipika plays the role of an actor, Karan will be seen playing a cardiologist in the show.

This is not the first time when a Bollywood celebrity has been roped in as a narrator for a TV show. Telly buffs would remember how last year, King of Romance Shah Rukh Khan was roped in to introduce the romantic journey of lead characters Anurag and Prerna from Kasautii Zindagii Kay reboot to the audience.

A while back it was reported that Kareena Kapoor Khan will be part of a TV reality show, Dance India Dance. It was also said that Kareena Kapoor will be the highest paid actress on TV so far.

Seems like Saif and Kareena are experimenting with projects and they are loving it.

On the work front, beside Sacred Games, Saif is working on numerous projects including Jawaani Jaaneman with Tabu and Pooja Bedi’s debutante daughter Alaia Furniturewalla, Ajay Devgn’s period drama ‘Taanaji: The Unsung Warrior’ and Pavan Kirpalani’s horror comedy, Bhoot Police.