I Have Never Been Interested in Being a Nawab: Saif Ali Khan to a Mean Tweet
Saif Ali Khan is not on any social media platform, but that doesn't stop people from discussing him online.
Saif Ali Khan. (Image: Instagram/House of Pataudi)
Offscreen, Saif largely remained a blank slate. Especially after his marriage to Kareena Kapoor, the actor kept a relatively low profile. He's not on any social media platform, too. But that doesn't stop people from discussing him online.
From his style statement to his "Nawab" status, netizens have opinions on almost everything.
So when the actor recently appeared on Arbaaz Khan's popular chat show Pinch, he had to field some rather absurd questions.
The promo of the episode was launched on Monday and Saif was seen having a blast while responding to the mean tweets against him.
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Happy to share the teaser of this season’s final Pinch. We have with us the suave and classy...Saif Ali Khan! Find out why he is so ‘Digitally Unavailable’ or is he really? @QuPlayTv @quickheal_technologies @venkyschicken @panchshil_realty @hootmumbai @ZEE5 #QuPlayTV #Pinch
As the promo begins, questions come rolling over — on being a nawab and still clinging on to rotten ‘hukumat’, Saif replies: “I have never been interested in being a nawab. I prefer eating kebabs.”
On turning up at Sonam Kapoor’s wedding in a plain white kurta pajama, he says: “It’s her wedding, not my wedding.” Does he feel the pressure to reply immediately after he reads something? “I have stopped doing that as some people don’t reply to me. So, then I thought, hey, I don’t have to reply," he responds before erupting into laughter.
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