Saif Ali Khan filmography

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Khan at the opening of designer Raghavendra Rathore's new store in 2014

Saif Ali Khan is an Indian actor who works in Hindi films. He made his debut with a leading role in the drama Parampara (1993) and then starred in Aashik Awara (1993). The latter earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut, but failed to do well commercially, as did his next three releases–Parampara (1993), Pehchaan (1993), and Imtihaan (1994).[1][2] Later in 1994, Khan played supporting roles alongside Akshay Kumar in two of the highest-grossing films of the year–the romance Yeh Dillagi and the action drama Main Khiladi Tu Anari. For his performance in the latter, he received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. This success was followed by a series of commercial failures, leading to a setback in Khan's career.[2][1][3]

Khan played the second male lead behind Ajay Devgn in Milan Luthria's action thriller Kachche Dhaage (1999) which was his first commercial success since Main Khiladi Tu Anari;[4] it also earned him another nomination for Best Supporting Actor at Filmfare.[2] Also that year, he starred in the ensemble drama Hum Saath-Saath Hain–the highest-grossing film of the year. In 2000, Khan starred in the drama Kya Kehna, which marked his first of many collaborations with actress Preity Zinta. In 2001, he played alongside Aamir Khan and Akshaye Khanna in Farhan Akhtar's coming of age drama Dil Chahta Hai, which earned him his first Filmfare Award for Best Comedian. It brought a change in his approach and established him as a serious actor.[3][5]

Khan featured alongside Zinta and Shah Rukh Khan in Nikhil Advani's romantic drama Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003), which became the second highest-grossing film of the year and earned him his second Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor.[1][2] In 2004, he played a manipulative businessman in the thriller Ek Hasina Thi and a cartoonist in the romantic comedy Hum Tum.[6] His performance in the latter earned him the National Film Award for Best Actor and a second Filmfare Award for Best Comedian.[2][7] The following year, Khan reunited with Zinta in the romantic comedy Salaam Namaste (2005) and received his first Best Actor nomination at Filmfare for portraying a passionate musician in the musical romance Parineeta (2005).[8]

In 2006, Khan portrayed a character loosely based on William Shakespeare's antagonist Iago in Vishal Bhardwaj's crime drama Omkara, for which he received widespread praise as well as the Filmfare Award for Best Villain.[2][9] Later in his career, Khan starred in his four greatest commercial successes–the action thriller Race (2008), the romance Love Aaj Kal (2009), the romantic comedy Cocktail (2012), and the action sequel Race 2 (2013)–all of which were among the top-grossing productions of their respective years.[1] In 2018, he began starring as a troubled policeman in the Netflix thriller series Sacred Games.[10] Apart from acting, Khan has hosted several Filmfare Award ceremonies.

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Parampara 1993 Pratab Prithvi Singh Yash Chopra [11]
Aashik Awara 1993 Jai/Jimmy/Rakesh Rajpal[a] Umesh Mehra Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut [12]
[2]
Pehla Nasha 1993 Himself Ashutosh Gowariker [13]
Pehchaan 1993 Karan Verma Deepak Shivdasani [14]
Imtihaan 1994 Vicky Harry Baweja [15]
Yeh Dillagi 1994 Vikram "Vicky" Saigal Naresh Malhotra [16]
Main Khiladi Tu Anari 1994 Deepak Kumar Sameer Malkan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [2]
[17]
Yaar Gaddar 1994 Jai Verma Umesh Mehra [18]
Aao Pyaar Karen 1994 Raja Ravendra Peepat [19]
Surakshaa 1995 Amar / Prince Vijay[a] Raju Mavani [20]
Ek Tha Raja 1996 Sunny Dayal Nihalani [21]
Bambai Ka Babu 1996 Vikram "Vicky" Vikram Bhatt [22]
Tu Chor Main Sipahi 1996 Raja Guddu Dhanoa [23]
Dil Tera Diwana 1996 Ravi Kumar Lawrence D'Souza [24]
Hameshaa 1997 Raja / Raju[b] Sanjay Gupta [28]
Udaan 1997 Raja Asrani [29]
Keemat – They Are Back 1998 Ajay Sameer Malkan [30]
Humse Badhkar Kaun 1998 Sunny Deepak Anand [31]
Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan 1999 Raju Tarachand Mahesh Bhatt [32]
Kachche Dhaage 1999 Dhananjay "Jai" Pandit Milan Luthria Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [2]
[33]
Aarzoo 1999 Amar Lawrence D'Souza [34]
Biwi No.1 1999 Deepak David Dhawan Guest appearance [35]
Hum Saath-Saath Hain 1999 Vinod Chaturvedi Sooraj Barjatya [36]
Kya Kehna 2000 Rahul Modi Kundan Shah [37]
Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega 2001 Prakash Eeshwar Nivas [38]
Dil Chahta Hai 2001 Sameer Mulchandni Farhan Akhtar Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role [2]
[39]
Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein 2001 Rajiv "Sam" Saamra Gautham Menon [40]
Na Tum Jaano Na Hum 2002 Akshay Arjun Sablok [41]
Darna Mana Hai 2003 Anil Manchandani Prawaal Raman [42]
Kal Ho Naa Ho 2003 Rohit Patel Nikkhil Advani Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [2]
[43]
LOC Kargil 2003 Captain Anuj Nayyar J. P. Dutta [44]
Ek Hasina Thi 2004 Karan Singh Rathod Sriram Raghavan [45]
Hum Tum 2004 Karan Kapoor Kunal Kohli National Film Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role
[2]
[46]
Parineeta 2005 Shekhar Rai Pradeep Sarkar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [2]
[47]
Salaam Namaste 2005 Nikhil "Nick" Arora Siddharth Anand [48]
Being Cyrus 2006 Cyrus Mistry Homi Adajania [49]
Omkara 2006 Ishwar "Langda" Tyagi Vishal Bhardwaj Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [2]
[50]
Eklavya: The Royal Guard 2007 Harshvardhan Vidhu Vinod Chopra [51]
Nehlle Pe Dehlla 2007 Jimmy Ajay Y. Chandok [52]
Ta Ra Rum Pum 2007 Rajveer Singh Siddharth Anand [53]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Himself Farah Khan Special appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi" [54]
Race 2008 Ranvir "Ronnie" Singh Abbas–Mustan [55]
Tashan 2008 Jimmy Cliff Vijay Krishna Acharya [56]
Woodstock Villa 2008 Himself Hansal Mehta [57]
Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic 2008 Ranbir Talwar Kunal Kohli [58]
Roadside Romeo 2008 Romeo (voice) Jugal Hansraj Animated feature film [59]
Sanam Teri Kasam 2009 Vijay Verma Lawrence D'Souza [60]
Love Aaj Kal 2009 Jai Vardhan Singh/ Young Veer Singh[b] Imtiaz Ali Also producer
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film
[2]
[61]
Kurbaan 2009 Ehsaan Khan / Khalid[a] Rensil D'Silva [62]
Aarakshan 2011 Deepak Kumar Prakash Jha [63]
Agent Vinod 2012 Agent Vinod Sriram Raghavan Also producer [64]
Cocktail 2012 Gautam "Gutlu" Kapoor Homi Adajania Also producer [65]
Race 2 2013 Ranvir "Ronnie" Singh Abbas–Mustan [66]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Himself Multiple directors Special appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [67]
Go Goa Gone 2013 Boris Raj and D.K. Also producer [68]
Bullett Raja 2013 Raja Mishra Tigmanshu Dhulia [69]
Humshakals 2014 Ashok Singhania Sajid Khan [70]
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil 2014 Arif Ali Producer [71]
Happy Ending 2014 Yudi Jaitely / Yogi[b] Raj and D.K. Also producer [72]
Dolly Ki Doli 2015 Prince Kunwar Aditya Singh Abhishek Dogra Cameo appearance [73]
Phantom 2015 Daniyal Khan Kabir Khan [74]
Rangoon 2017 Rustom "Rusi" Billimoria Vishal Bhardwaj [75]
Chef 2017 Roshan Kalra Raja Krishna Menon [76]
Kaalakaandi 2018 Rileen Akshat Verma [77]
Baazaar 2018 Shakun Kothari Gauravv Chawla [78]
Laal Kaptaan 2019 Gossain, a Naga Sadhu Navdeep Singh [79]
Dil Bechara Films that have not yet been released 2019 Aftab Khan Mukesh Chhabra Post-production [80]
Jawaani Jaaneman Films that have not yet been released 2019 TBA Nitin Kakkar Filming [81]
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior Films that have not yet been released 2020 Uday Bhan Om Raut Filming [82]

Television

Fiction

Title Year Role Network Ref.
Sacred Games 2018–19 Sartaj Singh Netflix [10]

Non-fiction

Title Year Creator(s) Notes Ref.
48th Filmfare Awards 2003 Cineyug Television special [83]
49th Filmfare Awards 2004 Cineyug Television special [84]
50th Filmfare Awards 2005 Cineyug Television special [84]
53rd Filmfare Awards 2008 Cineyug Television special [85]
55th Filmfare Awards 2010 Cineyug Television special [86]
58th Filmfare Awards 2013 Fountainhead Entertainment Television special [85]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c Khan played a single character who has two different names.
  2. ^ a b c Khan performed dual roles in the film.[25][26][27]

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