After a streak of action and period drama films, Saif Ali Khan is back to what he does the best. We are talking about his upcoming comedy-drama, Jawaani Jaaneman, which sees Saif Ali Khan playing a Casanova and wooing girls with his charm. The film, which also stars newbie Alaya F that plays the role of Saif Ali Khan’s daughter, is based on how a daughter reunites her long lost father and mother. After treating fans with kickass trailer and a chartbuster song, the makers of Jawaani Jaaneman have unveiled yet another poster and all we can say is wow.
The quirky poster sees a shirtless and super-hot Saif Ali Khan, only wearing a pair of green shorts and shoes, standing at the door with women clinging onto his back. Alaya F, on the other hand, is seen sitting on her luggage and sweetly, at the same time embarrassingly gazing at her father. Saif’s expressions clearly say that he wasn’t expecting his daughter at his doorstep. LOL! “Knock knock. Who's there? It's Jazz babay #JawaaniJaaneman in cinemas on 31st Jan,” read Alaya F’s caption. (ALSO READ - Jawaani Jaaneman Duo Saif Ali Khan And Alaya F Kick-Start Film Promotions With Style Sans Tabu)
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In a conversation with IANS, Saif Ali Khan had opened up on his playing an irresponsible father in Jawaani Jaanemen. He was quoted as saying, “This story is about a man accepting his age, his responsibilities and his journey in life. I think the father is one of the most important people in our lives. A lot of people mess up being a father and create children that need therapy, that need friendship and that need all kinds of things to fix their problems because they are not ready to be responsible fathers. In the film, my character is not ready. He thinks that (having) a family is not cool, and the solo life is the way to go.”
Jawaani Jaaneman also stars Tabu in a pivotal role and is slated to release on January 31, 2020.
image source: instagram/alaya.f
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