Teaser of Saif Ali Khan's next 'Kaalakaandi' released!

The actor can be seen doing some insane things in the teaser and he has no idea what he is doing. But he has no idea.

"His role is layered and complex, and we are thrilled to be working with such a fantastic actor to bring this story to a global audience", Barmack added. Talking about Saif's character, he is either high on life or high on drugs.

Akshat Verma, writer of the Aamir Khan's Delhi Belly (2011), makes his directorial debut with the film.

Apart from these amusing acts the teaser has also given some glimpses of other cast members including Akshay Oberoi, Isha Talwar, Amyra Dastur and Neil Bhoopalam. One look at Saif in the teaser and you will be reminded of Michael Keaton from "Birdman". The agreement gave Netflix members both in India and around the world exclusive subscription VoD access to dozens of movies from Red Chillies Entertainment, along with new films that would hit Indian theatres within the next three years. "It's a cross-section of Mumbai with underworld goons, doomed bankers, and idealistic lovers all mixed in this karmic tale about love, crime and living a lifetime in one night".

The 37 seconds teaser shows several insane versions of Sail Ali Khan.

"Akshat has written and directed this unique movie and he is probably the only voice who tells it exactly like it actually is. Mumbai is a insane, attractive city and he is captured it perfectly in this very fun and very moving film" said Saif.

He was last seen in Vishal Bharadwaj's period romance Rangoon which failed to succeed at the box office. The film released earlier this year.


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