Saif Ali Khan may have seen many ups and downs in his love-life, but its now that he's all prepared to marry Kareena Kapoor. And like an obliged lover, Saif has left the decision, to tie the knot, to his ladylove saying his commitment to Kareena is beyond marriage.
In a recent interview with Mumbai Mirror, Saif said that he'll marry Bebo whenever she is happy and comfortable doing that since the decision would affect her the most.
I am as committed as I am, married to Kareena or not--Saif
Talking about his relationship with Kareena and their decision to take the final plunge, Saif said, “It is always difficult to discuss marriage in an interview. This is something that she has to decide and whenever she is happy and comfortable, we will marry.
“It doesn’t really make a difference to my career. I am as committed as I am, married to Kareena or not. It has to be the lady’s call and she would be the most affected.”
The love birds, who have been dating from past three years, had recently revealed in 'Koffee With Karan' that they might take marital vows in 2012.
Vishal chooses SRK over Saif?
Sometime back, mutiple tabloids had reported that 'Anjaana Anjaani' director Siddharth Anand was planning to make a film based on Chetan Bhagat's novel '2 States' with Saif, but then Vishal Bhardwaj and Sajid Nadiadwala took the subject with SRK. So what does he feel about that?
Saif explained, “Siddarth and Sajid Nadiadwala were not able to meet each others terms. Sajid has the rights of the book (by Chetan Bhagat) and he is making the film with who he thinks is the best available cast and director.”
About working with Vishal, Saif said, “There is no point in talking about films that did not work out. As far as Vishal Bhardwaj’s film Dream Sequence is concerned, a few modalities are yet to be worked out."
Right now, the actor is focusing on his next with Imtiaz Ali and Homi Adjania, 'Race 2', and 'Agent Vinod'.
“I am doing Prakash Jha’s Aarakshan, Homi’s untitled next, Agent Vinod and Race 2. There is politics, likes, dislikes, conditions met and not met," he said.