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Showing posts with label aamir khan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label aamir khan. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 14, 2012


TODAY the perfectionist - actor-director-producer Aamir Khan celebrates his 47th birthday.

However, this year instead of celebrating his birthday with his family, Khan would be working for a new upcoming TV show.

Khan started his acting career as a child artist in the film YAADON KI BAARAAT (1973). His first commercial break was with QAYAMAT SE QAYAMAT TAK (1988), which earned him National Film Award (Special Jury Award).

Some of his well acclaimed movies are RANGEELA (1995), RAJA HINDUSTANI (1996), SARFAROSH (1999), GHULAAM (1998), LAGAAN (2001), DIL CHAHTA HAIN (2001), RANG DE BASANTI (2006), TAARE ZAMEEN PAR (2007), GHAJINI (2008), 3 IDIOTS (2009) and many more.

His film '3-IDIOTS' (2009) became the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all-time.

The debut of his own production company is with Academy Award-nominated film LAGAAN, followed by other movies like JAANE TU... YA JAANE NA (2008), PEEPLI LIVE (2010), DHOBI GHAT (2011) and so on.

Khan was honoured with Padma Shri in 2003 and the Padma Bhushan in 2010 for his outstanding contributions in the field of arts.

He is also the brand ambassador of UNICEF to promote child nutrition.

Now Aamir is gearing up for his upcoming film, TALAASH, a psychological thriller, opposite Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukherji, which is set to release in 2012.

So join us in wishing the ace actor a warm and very happy Birthday and hope he continues to enthrall us with his superlative work.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011


Remember Pradeep Rawat, who played a dreadful villain "Ghajini" in Aamir Khan's blockbuster GHAJINI, named after the villain's name, is back to send a shiver down your spine, with his villainous act in upcoming film "SHABRI" directed by Lalit Marathe. Pradeep plays a crucial villain called Rajdharbhau in the film.

However, unlike GHAJINI where he made the protagonists of the film cry it seems Pradeep Rawat, who plays a cruel baddie in the film SHABRI, will be seen shedding some tears. As it so happened that while shooting for a scene he got so inspired that he refused to make use of glycerin and instead shed real tears for it.

The entire unit spontaneously stood up and clapped at the end of the shot. The moment is captured on camera during the making of the film.

Produced by Ram Gopal Varma SHABRI stars Isha Koppikar in the lead and all set to hit the screens on 26th August 2011.

Saturday, August 6, 2011


There had been rumors for long that Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi would not be a part of the next sequel to the ‘Munnabhai’ series and that Vidhu Vinod Chopra wanted fresh faces for Munnabhai and Circuit in his next edition of RajKumar Hirani’s Munnabhai’s franchise.

The latest addition to this news is the fact that Hirani is considering Aamir Khan and Sharman Joshi to step into these shoes. Hirani was impressed with the chemistry shared by the two in flicks like ‘Ran De Basanti’ and superhit ‘3 Idiots’ and thought that the pair could take the film to a higher and fresher level. When he shared the idea with Aamir, he loved it and said that he would definitely be a part of it provided the script appealed to him.

Monday, July 25, 2011


Director Abhinay Deo, who has delivered his first hit in the form of DELHI BELLY, feels the film wouldn't have been the same if it wasn't for Aamir Khan.

Says the director, "DELHI BELLY wouldn't be a hit without Aamir Khan. I'll tell you the reason. Of course, the script was the same, but the contribution that Aamir has made is giving us a free hand. He trusted me 100% and told me to do the film the way I wanted. It was very easy for a producer to change the script which had so many abuses. But he didn't do any of that. Also, the way he backed and marketed the film, I don't think any producer would have been able to do."

But isn't this contrary to the interfering image of Aamir? 'I can't speak for other people. As far as I am concerned, I can't even believe that people call him interfering. I've never seen a person who is so dedicated to cinema and who gives 100 % freedom to the director and the creative team. He only puts his weight in the right places such as marketing,' states Abhinay.

And finally, setting the record straight about the sequel of DELHI BELLY, the director says, "There is no DELHI BELLY sequel as of now. It took six years to write DELHI BELLY. I don't know how long it will take to write its sequel. That was just a speculative news."

Thursday, July 21, 2011


Working with Yash Chopra is a dream for every actress and Katrina Kaif's dream is about to come true. As you might already know, she has been signed for Yash Chopra's next directorial venture.

Says the pretty actress, "It's a big honour for any actress to work with Yash Chopra. He is a legend in his own right. He and Shahrukh Khan have done many wonderful films together. I'm extremely excited about working in that film."

Ask her about what made her choose this film and she immediately replies, "All the three factors- Yash Chopra, Shah Rukh Khan and the script excited me to do the film."

Katrina has already worked with Salman in the past and will soon be working with Shahrukh. So will we see her working with the third Khan, Aamir too? "I'd like to work with Aamir. But there's no project that we are doing together right now."

Let's hope the project comes soon so that we are able to see Aamir and Katrina together for the first time.

Friday, June 24, 2011


In 38 years of his career, Aamir Khan has done what his audience never expected him to do!

The much talked about item song from the upcoming caper comedy DELHI BELLY is going to take everyone aback with a sweet surprise as it will introduce Aamir as the brand new 'item boy' of B- Town.

The song 'I hate you like I love you... Tera Pyaar Ne kar Diya Deewana..' is an ode to the disco era of cinema. It is set in the 70s backdrop where Aamir plays a fictitious character called disco fighter. He is seen wearing a jazzy silver suit with a funny layered hairdo and pair of sunglasses.

The song truly keeps the spirit of DELHI BELLY alive with lyrics that say 'jo chauka udta hai usse chhakka kehte hain' and 'shake that biscuit baby!�.

Lately, there were rumors that Aamir was keen on roping in Katrina for the song and had even asked for suggestions from his fans on a social networking website. The song was ready sometime ago but the question of the item girl was lingering for quite sometime. Now that the wait is finally over all we can say is move over Kat, Deepika here comes actual item boy.

Aamir Khan finally unveils the much awaited item song of DELHI BELLY and candidly expresses, 'This is my tribute to 70's Heroes, my tribute to the Disco Era. All actors of that era - Mithunji, Rishiji, Jeetuji - all of them.' Choreographed by Bosco (of Bosco Ceaser), directed by Abhinay Deo. Song will be the end credits of the film. DELHI BELLY releases in 1st July, 2011.

Friday, May 13, 2011


Now Bollywood superstar, Aamir Khan will be on a TV show. The maverick Khan has been approached to host a chat show and if sources are to be believed, Aamir has agreed upon the proposal.

The show is believed to be on the lines of the hugely popular The Oprah Winfrey show and if all goes well, Siddharth Basu`s Big Synergy will produce it for Aamir.

As far as the details about the show are concerned, the programme will largely addresses the common man`s problems. Khan is said to have warmed up to this concept, as it deals with issues pertaining to the ordinary citizens of the country.

The format undertakes picking one person from the multitude and talking about any issue, injustice or a personal problem that the person is dealing with.

The show will begin with a documentary on the person`s life and the issue that he is grappling with. Following that, there would be a segment where Aamir would interview the person concerned in a packed studio.

Well, it definitely sounds interesting, let’s see how the show fairs once it debuts on TV!

Sunday, February 13, 2011


Lovers across the world must be eagerly waiting for Valentine’s Day to make their loved ones feel special but Bollywood celebrities, who entertain the public with romantic films, are in no mood to celebrate. Many will be working on the day while others think that it is a vogue idea to have such a day.

Shahrukh khan, the king of romance, said that he would be celebrating Valentine’s Day in jail, as he would be shooting for a film in jail on the day. Aamir Khan will spend the day in Berlin, as he is one of the jury members for the Berlin film festival. Deepika Padukone will be busy shooting for Aarakshan in Bhopal on the day and Katrina Kaif too will work like any other day.

There is also a bunch of them who thinks that there is no point celebrating Valentine’s Day. Priyanka Chopra said that one doesn’t have to wait for a single day to express one’s love. Actor Arshad Warsi also echoed in the same vain, saying that everyday is Valentine’s Day for him, as he has to make his wife happy everyday. Kareena Kapoor too has no plans for the day and wouldn’t gift anything to anyone.

Well, it looks like Valentine’s Day will be dull in Bollywood. But who knows if they secretly have good time with their loved ones or send bunch of goodies even if they can’t celebrate together!

Thursday, January 13, 2011


TODAY, Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan's nephew, Imran Khan turns 28 who born on 13th January 1983, is an Indian film actor. Khan gained popularity for his role in the 2008 film Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na.


Khan was born to Anil Pal,a Bengali Indian, and Nuzhat Khan in Wisconsin, USA.His father works as a consultant at LinkedIn in Silicon Valley. His parents divorced when he was one and a half years old and he replaced his surname Pal with Khan.He is the nephew of actor Aamir Khan, director Mansoor Khan and the grandson of Nasir Hussain, a noted director and producer. In India, he studied at Bombay Scottish School but left Scottish after standard 4 and moved to a boarding school in Ooty.


Khan made appearances as a child artist in his uncle Aamir's films, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander (1992). Both times he played the role of a young Aamir Khan. He aspired to be a director, as that was his original plan before he entered Bollywood as an actor. Khan joined Kishore Namit Kapoor's Acting Institute in Mumbai.

Khan made his debut as a lead actor in the 2008 film Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na directed by Abbas Tyrewala, produced by Aamir Khan and Mansoor Khan and co-starring Genelia D'Souza. The film received rave reviews from critics and proved to be one of the biggest hits of the year.Khan was furthermore nominated for Best Male Debut at the 54th Filmfare Awards and won it along with Farhan Akhtar.

His next movie was Kidnap with Sanjay Dutt and Minissha Lamba, where he played a negative role. The movie flopped at the box office, attributed by critics to its poorly executed direction. However, Khan's performance was appreciated and earned him an IIFA Award nomination in 2009. Khan made his next appearance in the action film, Luck with Shruti Haasan and Sanjay Dutt.

In 2010, he appeared in I Hate Luv Storys, directed by Punit Malhotra and produced by Karan Johar. The film went on to become a hit at the box office.His forthcoming films include, Delhi Belly, an English-language comedy directed by Abhinay Deo, and Break Ke Baad directed by Danish Aslam and produced by Kunal Kohli. He will also be playing a cameo in the Telugu film, Badhrinaadh

Khan co-hosted the 54th Filmfare Awards alongside Ranbir Kapoor. Along with his uncle Aamir Khan, he appeared on the popular television show Dus Ka Dum hosted by Salman Khan.He also appeared on the show, Tere Mere Beach Mein along with Kareena Kapoor.In 2010, he made an appearance on the show Koffee with Karan alongside Ranbir Kapoor.


Khan became engaged to his long-time girlfriend, Avantika Malik, on 16 January 2010 in the farm house of Avantika's family in Karjat near Navi Mumbai.The couple married on January 10, 2011 at a private civil ceremony at Aamir Khan's residence at Pali Hill

Tuesday, January 11, 2011


After 2005, Rani Mukherjee and Aamir Khan will unite once again in Reema Katgi’s upcoming suspense drama.

“I am doing a film with Aamir. Over the years our chemistry will only get better, so it’ll be better in this film,” Rani told reporters.

“For me its wonderful to work with Aamir and specially after so long because the last film I did with him was Mangal RaniPandey: The Rising and over there also it was not a film based on us. But this one is more about us,” she added.

The 32-year-old also revealed her favorite actors. “Shah Rukh and Aamir have always been my favorites and I have learnt a lot from them in my professional pursuits and in my life. It is my great honor that I worked with them in such wonderful films. I can do anything for them,” she said.

The actress also want’s to re unite with SRK. “I’m going to meet Shah Rukh and tell him that he better start a film with me soon because I’m missing working with him,” she said.