Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Saif-Kareena Fight For Agent Vinod

Tashan movie still

Well, well guys don’t get it wrong. They are not fighting in real (luckily/unluckily), but will soon be seen fighting with each other in their forthcoming film Agent Vinod. The fight will be kind of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Mr. & Mrs. Smith. In the film, Kareena and Saif both be playing spy. Like Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone shown their action side in Don and Chandani Chowk To China, Kareena also always wanted to play an action role. However Saif fulfilled her dream by casting her in his home production. There is also a buzz that Kareena will co-produce the film.

Confirming the news Saif said, “We’ll definitely be producing films together. It will give us a chance to grow as actors. The idea is for both of us to grow together as human beings and artistes. Although Kareena’s name is not in our production logo, she is as much the producer of Agent Vinod as I. I prefer not to have our names in the production logo. All I want to do is make great films, live healthy, eat good food, read comic books and novels, exercise and have Kareena by my side. I couldn’t have asked for more. I’m smiling like an idiot even as I speak.”

Kareena role in the film will may have resemblance to the role of Rehana Sultan in Agent Vinod (1977) and Mala Sinha in Aankhen. However director Sriram Raghavan denies any kind of resemblance or inspiration from these oldies. He explains, “It’s a spy drama, which will have its roots in the films you’ve mentioned. But the only similarity to the Rajshri espionage film with Mahendra Sandhu and Rehana Sultan is the title, which the Rajshris so graciously gave us.”

Talking about Kareena’s role in the film, Saif said, “She does play an undercover agent from another country. Kareena will do everything I do in the film, and she’ll do it even better. She will kick butt better than all the other girls in our industry, that’s for sure.”


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