I'll punch anyone who misbehaves with Sara, Saif Ali Khan


Saif Ali Khan is a protective father and he can go to any extent to protect his daughter Sara Ali Khan, who made her acting debut with ‘Kedarnath’. As the fire of #MeToo movement engulfs the nation,  Saif talked about daughter’s protection and his protective nature.

He said, "If someone asks my daughter to come to see him at Madh Island, I will go with her and punch that man in the face. If she tells me this guy said this to me, he will then be fighting me in the court. I am sorry, but that's my reaction to it. He wouldn't dare to do it again. Every girl should have that kind of security."

Just a few days ago, Sajid Khan was accused of sexual misconduct and Saif, who had worked with the director in Hamshakals, said, "I don't even want to call them my colleagues. I don't think of these guys as my colleagues, I would be very shocked and surprised if a friend of mine was named in this. I think it is disgusting, and I have never liked any kind of bullying, and I know this is something that people do. And they can't do it."

Rajat Kapoor, Subhash Ghai, Vikas Bahl and Sajid Khan are some of the bigwigs from Bollywood, who are accused of sexual misconduct.

Saif too shared his horrific experience of misbehaviour that he has gone through 25 years ago.

“I have also been harassed in my career, not sexually, but I have been harassed 25 years ago and I am still angry about it,” Saif told PTI. “Most people don’t understand other people. It is very difficult to understand other people’s pain. I don’t want to talk about it because I am not important today. Even when I think about what happened with me I still get angry. Today, we have to look after women,” the ‘Sacred Games’ actor added.

Saif feels the offenders must be punished no matter how many years ago they have made the mistake. 

“People are offended and they want justice. What it is happening is good and it gives you a sense that something is happening.

“You are removing someone (from the job) and it is a big deal. You are removing a person, but everybody has worked on a project so you have to balance things. People who have sexually harassed and abused women should pay for it.”