New Delhi: Saif Ali Khan, who has teamed up with Govinda for the first time in upcoming romantic-comedy 'Happy Ending', says the 'Hero No 1' actor is the most authentic star of the Hindi film industry.
Actor-producer Saif Ali Khan, last seen in "Humshakals", says his new film "Happy Ending", a romantic comedy, features him in a "subtle" avatar as opposed to some "loud" roles he has essayed in the past.
The much anticipated trailer of Saif Ali Khan's `Happy Ending` is finally out. The movie has an ensemble cast of multi-talented actors including Ileana D'Cruz, Ranvir Shorey, Govinda and Kalki Koechlin besides Saif.
Kanu Behl`s `Titli`, which has been chosen for screening at the Un Certain Regard section of the 67th Cannes International Film Festival, is one of the "strongest" films capable of putting Indian cinema on the global map, says producer Guneet Monga.
The makers of `Titli` - director Kanu Behl and co-producer Dibakar Banerjee - are confident that the "difficult and exciting" journey of bringing `Titli` to life will bear fruit for them when it is screened at the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival next month.
He`ll be remembered for his accurate comic timing and effortless humour in films like `Bheja Fry` and `Khosla Ka Ghosla`, but Ranvir Shorey does not think he has managed to make much of a mark in the Hindi film industry.