Saif Ali Khan Likes To Stay Away From Social Media Probably Because His Comments Make Headlines; Here’s Proof

Nawab Saif Ali Khan has been in the news for many years now. People like to know about the nawab and his life but he’s said things that have irked people and his comments have created a stir


October 13, 2021


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Saif Ali Khan is one of the most celebrated actors in the Indian film industry. and is known for his stellar performances on screen. The actor hasn’t just been famous for his stints in movies but also some of the comments he’s made about many things. Here they are–

Saif Ali Khan was recently in the news for his comments at the promotion of his new show. When asked about India, Saif Ali Khan said he felt India didn’t exist before the British came and it was only after they entered India, that the country got its identity. Many celebrities and Netizens slammed him for the same and the actor was under scrutiny for his insensitive remarks regarding the country.

Saif Ali Khan caught himself in another controversy when he replied to Sonu Nigam’s tweet on an issue where Sonu said that the noise made during the Azan disturbs people’s sleep and the sound should be under the permissible decibels. Saif Ali Khan found Sonu Nigam’s point of view on the Azaan to be a bit aggressive. Saif said it was insensitive for Sonu to say it and every religion should have a right to be private because India is a secular country. He has been slammed once again for being biased.

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Saif Ali Khan didn’t spare his son, Ibrahim Ali Khan and spoke about how Ibrahim should use social media less and advised his son that Social media is a double-edged sword and people only like him because he’s a star kid which angered many people since he too is a star kid and they felt it was not right of him to say such things about his son.

Saif Ali Khan is always open and honest about his opinions and that becomes great fodder for the media!

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