Meeting the Legend: Saif Ali Khan

I was videographer about two weeks ago of an interview for BizAsiaLife.com. Amrita Tanna interviewed Bollywood legend Saif Ali Khan in a London hotel.  The occasion was the release of Netflix’s Sacred Games, the first binge watching series produced in India.

The interview has some more depth than many others of those interviews as Saif make some comments about the new media and how international cooperation also changes acting in Bollywood.

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