New Delhi: Saif Ali Khan, who was left heartbroken after his production ‘Agent Vinod’ failed to fare well at the box-office, has revealed that he intends to play it safe when it comes to choosing roles in the future.
According to DNA, the 42-year-old Chhote Nawab said, “As an actor, I want to focus more on commercial entertainers, films that are massy and not very niche. That’s the space the audience seems to accept me in the best.”
He went on to say that “So as much as I would like to, I think I’ll stay off the niche fare for a while. It will be a compromise, but that’s the price.”
However, Saif is ready to take risks as far as his production house is concerned. “I don’t think I will be starring in any of my productions any time soon. I want to make a lot of smaller movies with other people and I’ll probably launch a new face, give lesser-known talent a chance through my productions,” informed Khan.
The ‘Race 2’ star added that “The idea is to find that balance in doing commercial fare as an actor that may or may not agree with my sensibilities and at the same time find creative satisfaction through the films that I produce which won’t necessarily toe the safe line.”
Saif will be seen in ‘Bullet Raja’, ‘Go Goa Gone’ and ‘Judwaa 2’ in 2013. Well Saif, here’s wishing you all the best for your future endeavours!