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“Ibrahim Ali Khan And Aarav Bhatia Want Six Packs And Aspire To Be Bollywood Stars” – Says Saif Ali Khan

January 16, 2018 Views: 193

Saif Ali Khan, Ibrahim Ali Khan And Aarav Bhatia

During an interview, Saif Ali Khan has been in his candid best and revealed something about his son Ibrahim. Saif has said on the occasion that Ibrahim wants to become an actor. On the occasion, he has also told us that both Ibrahim and Akshay Kumar’s son Aarav Bhatia likes to become superstars instead of mere actors.

Due to exact same look as his father Saif Ali Khan from 90s’, Ibrahim Ali Khan has become already popular. Similar to Saif, Ibrahim wants to be a superstar as well. Rangoon actor Saif Ali Khan has said Yes. Ibrahim, Aarav (Akshay Kumar’s son) and that group of youngsters want six packs and aspire to be Bollywood stars. I don’t know if anyone wants to be an actor. It is kind of disturbing because not everyone makes it”

On the occasion, Saif has also acknowledged the fact that he has liked to be star in the beginning also. He has said clearly But then what the heck?  Talking of being a star, my wife points out that till a few years ago, even I didn’t want to be an actor, I wanted to be a star (laughs).”

According to Saif, Ibrahim thinks that he is an actor already even if his sister Sara Ali Khan is making debut with Abhishek Kapoor’s Kedarnath opposite Sushant Singh Rajput as he has already acted in the movie called Tashan.

Saif has revealed Ibrahim (already) thinks he is an actor before Sara because he did Tashan (2008). And he was upset when it didn’t work (laughs). But he is a good looking guy. All our friends’ children in our peer group want to be actors because they see it as an attractive profession with respect, money, affluence and a certain amount of privilege. But how many of them are interested in acting, I don’t know. Sara has a degree from the London School Of Economics and still want to be an actor over a banker so obviously, there is something very attractive about lifestyle”