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A swiss new year for Saif

chandigarh Updated: Dec 12, 2012 10:54 IST
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Actor Saif Ali Khan

Actor Saif Ali Khan has just wrapped up a month-long shooting schedule of Bullet Raja in Lucknow and is all set to take a break with wife Kareena Kapoor Khan. In an exclusive chat with us, the actor revealed that the newly weds will spend the New Year in Switzerland. “I am going to Switzerland on a holiday with Kareena for the New Year. Work comes first and I am happy doing this project, but, I think I have earned my trip,” said the actor.

So, is this the official honeymoon, we ask, considering that the duo haven’t gone for a vacation since they got married in October this year. “It’s an annual trip and is meant as a recharge. The only difference is that this time we are going as a married couple. However, in Switzerland people know Kareena as Mrs. Khan since a long time,” shared the Nawab of Pataudi.

The break is also well deserved for Kareena who’s first film post marriage, Talaash, with Aamir Khan is doing great business, and hubby Saif seems really happy with the outcome of the film. “It (the film doing well) was important to us because people in India say post marriage you fail, but the film did very well. She made a good start,” he said. So, is a success bash in the offing, we ask. “No way. That would be really cheesy. I am not that kind of husband who would throw a bash to celebrate her professional success. We don’t even see each other’s movies often,” Saif added.

In the professional front, Saif is excited about the multi-starrer Race 2, which releases in January. “With Deepika in the film and John as villain, it is set to be a good thriller. We all are very hopeful,” he said.

Meanwhile, he is also looking at scripts for his own production house.

“I am in talks with Saket Chaudhury and we are developing a script. I hope we make a love story and also a kind of action film. I want the movies that I make to good business, and also to be fun,” he said.