Saif also said a shift in the release date might be considered if Padmavati clashes with his film. He told Mumbai daily, "If Padmavati comes in, we will think of shifting our release date".
The film was initially supposed to release on September 8, 2017, however, it got delayed.
"I wouldn't call Kaalakaandi a niche film, I'd call it unpretentious".
Kaalakaandi's trailer takes us on a rollercoaster ride with star Saif Ali Khan as you have never seen him before along with the eclectic ensemble of Deepak Dobriyal, Vijay Raaz, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Sobhita Dhulipala, Akshay Oberoi, Isha Talwar, Shenaz Treasury, Shivam Patil, Amyra Dastur, Nary Singh and Neil Bhoopalam.
Just as the lyrics of George Michael song goes "I Gotta Have Faith", Nawab of Pataudi said, "It's easy to think that people no longer want to see me in a film".
On personal front, Saif Ali Khan and begum Kareena Kapoor Khan are busy preparing for their little munchkin Taimur's first birthday on December 20th.
In a recent media interaction, Saif Ali Khan revealed that he is okay with the idea of films releasing together and it only shows diversity.
And while everyone is waiting for the Pataudi princess to hit the big screen, proud daddy Saif is way too excited about Sara debut and stated it feels like his own movie is being released. "Personally, I feel it's a good time to have films releasing alongside one another".
Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film "Padmavati" has run into controversy over an alleged love-making scene between Rani Padmavati and Khilji. "I'll keep working and hopefully, things will fall into place".
The film is a black comedy and is directed by Akshat Verma.