The much-awaited action-spy film, with Saif and his real life lady love Kareena Kapoor, is ready for release. And comparisons with the "James Bond" series are inevitable, says Saif.
"Any audience who comes to see the film will think that we have done an Indian James Bond. This is a very stupid thing to do because firstly, James Bond is a completely English character," he told reporters on the sidelines of the launch of the first poster of the movie.
"From the first scene of the film, you will realise that this is an Indian hero who is very different to the Bond character because we didn’t want to make a copy of the Bond film," added Saif.
However, if "Agent Vinod" turns out to be a box office success, Saif might consider making sequels to it, a la the "James Bond" series, of which 22 films have been made so far. The 23rd is in the process of being made.
"If the film does well, it depends on the audience. If the picture becomes popular, then of course we will look forward to making a series," said Saif.
Directed by Sriram Raghavan, the action-loaded film is slated to release March 23.