Aamir Khan turns 52: 6 things that make him unique among his Bollywood fellows!
Aamir Khan, the one and only perfectionist of Bollywood, has turned 52 today and there is no doubt that he is getting better with age. Being the most bankable star in the industry, Aamir has consistently given blockbuster hits and never shied away from experimenting with his looks and concepts. As the superstar turns a year older, we turn the pages of his life to revisit his immense contribution in the Hindi cinema and society as well.
A leader in true sense
A saying that goes "a leader can be a boss, but not every boss can be a leader" is so apt and enough to describe Aamir Khan's larger than life persona. He plays the lead but every single character in his movies get an equal share of glory and appreciation.
Apart from educating his audiences through his films, Aamir makes several efforts to work towards the betterment of the society and has helped to raise funds for several social causes.
Goes that extra mile for his roles
There is a reason why he has earned the title of Mr. Perfectionist in the industry. From Ajay Singh Rathod to Mangal Pandey to Mahavir Phogat, he has always gone that extra mile to immerse and transform himself into his every character both physically and mentally. He has proven his mettle time and again which is the quality of a true performer.
Tells a story with a social message
Making everyone aware of a learning disorder called dyslexia in ‘Taare Zameen Par’ to rocking people's religious beliefs in ‘PK’ to giving us a dose of women empowerment in ‘Dangal’, Aamir Khan has never shied away from giving good content cinema to his audiences. And this is one of the reasons why viewers eagerly wait for a complete year for his movies.
Aamir Khan started his TV show which aimed to highlight various issues and social evils of society like corruption to female infanticide, discuss them and try to find solutions through every possible way. He doesn’t believe in promoting his films through the mode of television.
Hungry for fans love, not awards
When was the last time you saw Aamir Khan at an award function? Don't remember, right. Because Aamir doesn't believe in commercial awards. It means nothing to him. Audiences views and opinions whether good or bad, matters to him the most and that's why people love him the most. A superstar yet so grounded.