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Saif Ali Khan's Best On-Screen Roles We Love

Chote Nawab Saif Ali Khan is celebrating his 44th birthday today (16th August, 2014). The actor who was last seen in Humshakals has worked really hard to become a successful actor. Saif Ali Khan started his Bollywood journey way back in 1992 with his debut movie, Parampara.

Saif was later seen struggling in some hit movies like Main Khiladi Tu Anari and Hum Saath Saath Hain. His fate changed with Dil Chahta Hai and Saif rose to immense fame after the success of the Farhan Akhtar's movie. After Dil Chahta Hai released in 2001, there was no looking back for Saif Ali Khan.

Apart from Dil Chahta Hai, Saif gave a breathtaking performance in Hum Tum. This is one of the classic Bollywood movies which you must watch before you die. Saif Ali Khan won a National Award for the role he played in this movie.

If we take a look at the best on-screen roles of birthday boy, Saif Ali Khan, then the list includes movies like Dil Chahta Hai, Omkara, Race to name a few. On the 44th birthday of Chote Nawab, here are some of the best on-screen roles of Saif Ali Khan we just love to watch again and again.

Sameer In Dil Chahta Hai

Saif shot to fame with his role as Sameer in the Farhan Akhtar's movie which changed the cinema in urban landscape.

Karan Kapoor In Hum Tum

Saif won the National Award for Best Actor in 2005 for his role in this comedy drama. He played the role of a flirty and careless guy.

Rohit In Kal Ho Naa Ho

Although he played a side role, his comic timing and chemistry with his best on-screen actress Preity Zinta is worth watching again and again.

Ishwar Langda Tyagi in Omkara

Langda Tyagi was a negative character in this hit film of Vishal Bharadwaj. Saif even won a Filmfare Award for Best Villain.

Shekhar Rai in Parineeta

Saif played a serious role of a passionate lover in this classic Bollywood movie.

Ranvir Singh In Race

Saif got over his soft look for the role in Race. The stubble, robust and smart businessman in Race is worth watching.

Nikhil "Nick" Arora In Salaam Namaste

From a chef to a lover to a father, the journey of Nick in this movie is cute, funny and romantic.

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