Aamir Khan said: -Yes, it has started again. I am stressed about the film. But I will give up after its release-
Why Sunny's presence at Aamir and Kiran Rao's home was special is because just months ago, Sunny made headlines after appearing on a TV interview widely panned as sexist, judgmental and disrespectful
"I don't blame the athletes at all. They are giving their all. If we want to see Olympic medals and world-class athletes then we have to change the way each one of us thinks about sports. In schools, sports is not a part of the curriculum. My parents never asked how I did in PT. They asked me how I did in my subject," said Aamir
"Why I don't feel like doing that is because I feel I have an emotional connection with my audience, with the people of this country. It is a relationship that we have built over 27 years, something that I value a lot. I don't want to leave my audience behind. I will not be happy doing that," said Aamir Khan
Tirth Sharma, the child actor who played Zaira Wasim's schoolmate in Secret Superstar, interacted with the media on Thursday in Mumbai. In the film, he plays Insia's (Zaira Wasim) close friend who loves her immensely and plays a crucial role in helping her achieve her dream of becoming a singer. He got raving reviews from most critics for his performance in the movie. He spoke about his debut role and of course, meeting Aamir Khan.
Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan have collaborate for Thugs Of Hindostan, which releases next year. Of working with Big B, Aamir said, "It's a huge learning experience working with him. He is a very strong actor and powerhouse of talent. He's a very gracious person in his real life and very generous."
"I don't feel I'm a superstar. I feel I'm a person, who loves what he's doing," Aamir Khan told NDTV. The actor talks about his upcoming movie Thugs Of Hindostan, his co-stars and the "maximum" a star can do to fetch good box office numbers. It is the films that create stars and not the other way round, said Aamir.
Aamir Khan, in an exclusive interview to NDTV, spoke about how 'erratic' his life is and why it is important for him to trust his directors. "It's very important for me to trust the director. For first-time directors, I request them to shoot some scenes and edit them. It's just like how we do a screen-test for actors." Aamir also added that he never aimed for making 100 crore at the box office.