'Arey Malaika ki chaal chal raha hai': Saif Ali Khan brutally trolled as he gets papped outside a dubbing studio

    'Arey Malaika ki chaal chal raha hai': Saif Ali Khan brutally trolled as he gets papped outside a dubbing studio

    The actor sported a casual look wearing a blue t-shirt and track pants. He waved at the paparazzi, who gathered outside, before making his way into the studio.

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    Saif Ali Khan was recently papped in the city as he arrived at a dubbing studio. The actor sported a casual look wearing a blue t-shirt and track pants. He waved at the paparazzi, who gathered outside, before making his way into the studio. Soon after a paparazzo’s Instagram handle posted the video, netizens dropped mean comments on the same. While some body-shamed him, a few also compared his walk to diva Malaika Arora’s famous duck walk.

    Reacting to the video, one of the social media users wrote, “Bohot short lag rahe hai”(looking too short). The second user said, “bhai thora mote hogaye hai” another commented, “Ye kya joker bnra h socks dekho.” One of the users compared him to Malaika, “Are Malaika ki chaal chal raha hai,” another added, “Malaika no.2 bloody attitude uncle”. “Mota ho gaya hai ghar par baithe baithe,” reacted a netizen. “Male Malaika” another commented. Check the video here:

    Saif Ali Khan recently spent time with his wife Kareena Kapoor and her family. The inside pictures show him posing alongside Karisma Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Aadar Jain, and other members of the Kapoor family. Meanwhile, workwise, Saif was last seen in the Hindi remake of the south film Vikram Vedha . He featured in the role of Vikram, the police officer, in the search of a gangster named Vedha played by Hrithik Roshan. His performance was well-received by critics but the movie failed at the box office.

    Up next, Saif is geared up for the release of the mythological film, Adipurush , based on the epic Ramayana. He is set to play the antagonist Lankesh in the upcoming film, while Prabhas will feature as Raghava and Kriti Sanon as Janaki. The film’s trailer was released last year and received backlash for its VFX and portrayal of Saif’s character. Written and directed by Om Raut and produced by T-Series and Retrophiles, the film is shot simultaneously in Hindi and Telugu languages and is slated for a 2023 release.