They are one of Bollywood’s hottest couples. And naturally, ever since Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor announced plans of getting married, everyone’s been asking them the same things: when and where. So far, the drama has had a few amusing twists and turns. Now, Saif just seems to be in the mood to joke when asked the question. The latest name he’s thrown into the fray is Copacabana.
After reports (which came with his confirmation) about a December wedding in the Maldives with about 100 people attending, Saif has added another twist to the tale: “Now, we’ve decided that we will get married in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, on the beaches of Copacabana. And the month is November and not December.”
Suspecting Saif is merely joking, we ask if he is serious, to which he says with a straight face: “Yes, I am serious. Why would I not be? You should print it.”
Well, it looks like the mystery around Saif and Kareena’s impending wedding is unlikely to unravel anytime soon. While,
previously, the two were slated to tie the knot in October, Saif recently stated that the wedding had been pushed to the end of the year. Later, reports claimed that the ceremony would take place in London to avoid the media frenzy that surrounds celebrity weddings in India. Now, those reports also seem baseless.
Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor in a still from Kurbaan.
Going by the probable exotic destinations for their big wedding, we wonder which country Saif will mention next. Watch this space for more updates.
Saif Ali Khan: I haven’t got any legal notice
Saif Ali Khan’s statement about signing The Black Swan (2010) star, Natalie Portman, created more trouble than the Nawab of Pataudi anticipated. Although Saif has clarified that what he said was just a joke, rumours are rife that Portman’s representatives have slapped a legal notice on the actor. But Saif denies it. “I haven’t got any legal notice. I am clarifying this because it’s constantly
becoming bigger,” he says. “When I mentioned Natalie’s name, I think they caught me at the wrong moment because I was annoyed about being constantly asked about my next film.”