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'I'd prefer eating kebabs to being a Nawab': Saif Ali Khan

May 14 (AZINS) Saif Ali Khan was seen at his candid best in his recent interaction with Arbaaz Khan. The actor, who's often called 'Nawab' after his father Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, opened up on all things social media while chatting with Arbaaz.

Saif Ali Khan not just spoke about being called a 'Nawab' but also responded to some of the meanest comments on social media by various trolls. Responding one of the trolls who commented about him clinging on to the 'huqumat',being arrogant and a fake Nawab, Saif said that he'd rather eat kebabs instead of being called a 'Nawab'.

Saif told Arbaaz, "See, I've never been interested in being a Nawab. I don't want to be a Nawab. I want to be an actor. I've always thought of myself as an actor but sometimes you pick up these tags, people associate you with certain things. I'm very proud of Pataudi. I love my father (who) is the last Nawab."

At this point Arbaaz asked, "But you'd prefer eating a Kebab?" to which Saif was quick to add, "I'd prefer eating kebabs to being a Nawab absolutely! That's for sure! These things don't exist any more."

Saif went on to add, "I think I have my foot in very different places, it's not just movies. There's part of my life - my father's world which is a little different, which is cricket. There's a part of my life which is abroad. I like that and I'd love to contribute socially in terms of charity to Pataudi in anyway I could but I don't have any interest in being or behaving in that cliched kind of way. You should be a socialist Nawab today."

"You have to be somebody who can use whatever position you have in India because there's so much disparity in our country, that the priviledged people have to use that positiion to somehow give something to the less priviledged. We are very lucky if we're well off in life and I very strongly feel that it's our duty to share some of that and give some of that to balance out that equation somehow," he concluded.

On the work front, Saif Ali Khan is gearing up for the release of his web series Sacred Games season 2. Siaf will also be seen reuniting with Tabu afer about 20 years in Jawaani Jaaneman.