"I never said India was intolerant, I was wrongly quoted. To speak about 'rising intolerance' and to say India is 'intolerant' are two different things," the actor said. "I had said in my interview that there was a sense of depression, a sense of despondency, a feeling of insecurity and intolerance was growing. But these are entirely two different things," he added
"I would like to believe that he is a very dear friend of mine. He's a producer-director; he can cast me anytime. I would love to work with him. I've not worked with him for 25 years. I miss him," said Anupam Kher at the launch of Society magazine in Mumbai
"Aamir Khan is a friend too and we did a lot of films together like Dil, Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin, but that time he wasn't 'Aamir Khan'. He then, rightly, over the years cultivated himself. He then thought he should give opinions on everything. Whether it's the controversy of AIB, or whether it is this (intolerance) or that"
It's been battlefield Twitter this entire week with a furious debate over actor Aamir Khan's comments on 'intolerance.' Voices in favour of Aamir included Shirish Kunder who put out a tweet three days ago, aimed at Anupam Kher. Mr Kher responded with a barb of his own