Teaser of Saif Ali Khan's next 'Kaalakaandi' released!

Saif Ali Khan in Kaalakandi teaser

Saif Ali Khan in Kaalakandi teaser

Here's the teaser of Saif Ali Khan's Kaalakaandi.

After Go Goa Gone (2013), which saw his light hair and mouth a fake accent, Saif Ali Khan seems like complete new look for Kaalakaandi.

In a short span of 37 seconds we see several versions of Saif Ali Khan with even more reasons to wait for this movie that has been made by the Delhi Belly makers.

On the work front, Saif Ali Khan who was last seen in Vishal Bhardwaj's "Rangoon" will also be seen hosting the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards with co-anchor Karan Johar at the MetLife Stadium, New York.

The series is a co-production with Phantom Films whose founders include acclaimed director Anurag Kashyap, director Vikramaditya Motwane and producer Madhu Mantena. One look at Saif in the teaser and you will be reminded of Michael Keaton from "Birdman". Ltd in association with Ashi Dua Sara of Flying Unicorn. Neil Bhoopalam will make a special appearance in the flick.

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Shashwat Sachdev composed the music for Kaalakaandi. The Screenplay is by Karthik Bera. A raucous tale about life, death and karma that barrels through one monsoon night in Mumbai, it is all set to release Sep. 8. So, the characters in the story are mostly about the different walks of life.

Whether or not Saif manages to do a satisfying job of Sartaj Singh remains to be seen.

Kaalakaandi is touted to be a dark comedy. The teaser has left us confused and excited all at once.

Khan's upcoming projects include the Bollywood remake of Jon Favreau's Chef which is slated for release later this year.

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