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Present Name: Aamir Khan
Birth Name: Aamir Hussain Khan
Known As: AK, Mr. Perfectionist, Tom Hanks of India
DOB, Birth Place & Origin:
Date of Birth: 14th March, 1965
Birth Place: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Claim to fame:
Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988)
Height and Weight:
Height: 5′ 6″ (1.68 m)
School Days: Narsee Monjee College
Occupation: Film actor, producer, director and writer
Years active: 1973–1974, 1984, 1988–present
Parent’s Name: Tahir Hussain and Zeenat Hussain
Languages known: Hindi and English
Tahir Hussain (father)
Zeenat Hussain (mother)
Faisal Khan (brother)
Nasir Hussain (uncle)
Imran Khan (nephew)
m.1986–2002; divorced (son: Junaid and daughter: Ira)
m.2005–present; (son: Azad)
Religion & Zodiac:
With his penchant for perfection and professionalism, Aamir Khan is one of the few method actors in Bollywood, who has taken acting to a whole new level. An actor, director, producer, playback singer, a state tennis champion, and mentor to his nephew (Imran Khan) – he’s all that and more.
Aamir was born in Mumbai to a Muslim family that has been actively involved in the Indian motion picture industry for several decades. His father, Tahir Hussain, was a film producer while his uncle, Nasir Hussain, was a film producer, as well as a director and an actor. Aamir has three siblings Faisal, Farhat, and Nikhat. His cousin Mansoor Khan is a director.
Aamir Khan was first introduced as a child artiste in the 1970′s hit Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973). He made his adult acting debut in a role that went quite unnoticed in Ketan Mehta’s Holi (1984). His first notable leading role came in 1988 in the film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak which was directed by his cousin Mansoor Khan. This film was a breakthrough commercial success, effectively launching Khan’s career as a leading actor. Having the typical ‘chocolate hero’ looks, he was publicised as a teen idol. He also starred in critically acclaimed film Raakh (1989). Aamir went on to appear in several other films in the late ’80s and early ’90s: Dil (1990), which became the highest grossing film of the year,Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991), Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992), Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993) (for which he also wrote the screenplay), and Rangeela (1995). Most of these films were commercially successful and critically acclaimed. Aamir’s other successes include Andaz Apna Apna: the movie was reviewed unfavourably by critics, but has, over the years, gained a cult status.
Aamir’s only release in 1996 was the Dharmesh Darshan directed commercial blockbuster Raja Hindustani. In 1997, he co-starred with Ajay Devgan and was paired opposite Juhi Chawla in the film, Ishq, which did well at the box office. In 1998, Khan appeared in the moderately successful Ghulam, for which he sang the hit song, Aati Kya Khandala. John Mathew Matthan’s Sarfarosh and Deepa Mehta’s Earth 1947 were Khan’s releases in 1999. His first release for the new millennium, Mela, in which he acted alongside his real-life brother Faisal Khan, failed at the box office.
In 2001 he appeared in Lagaan, which was also his first home production. The film was a major critical and commercial success, and received a nomination for Best Foreign Language Film at the 74th Academy Awards. The success of Lagaan was followed by the Farhan Akhtar directed, Dil Chahta Hai.
Khan then took a four year break citing personal problems, and returned in 2005 with Ketan Mehta’s Mangal Pandey: The Rising. The film didn’t fare well at the box office. Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s award-winning Rang De Basanti was Khan’s first release in 2006. His role was critically acclaimed. Fanaa was his second release in 2006, where he starred opposite Kajol.
In 2007, Aamir took on the role of director for his second home production, Taare Zameen Par. In 2008, Khan appeared in the movie Ghajini that broke many box-office records. In the same year, Khan launched his nephew Imran Khan in another film from his production house, Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na.
In 2009, Khan appeared in the commercially and critically acclaimed film, 3 Idiots, as Ranchodas Chanchad. The Rajkumar Hirani directed film went on to become Bollywood’s highest grossing film.
In 2010, Aamir released, under his banner, the critically acclaimed film, Peepli Live, that was based in a rural setting. Aamir returned to big screen with his fourth production Dhobi Ghat, written and directed by his wife, Kiran Rao, in 2011. His fifth home production, Delhi Belly, starring his nephew Imran Khan released in July 2011. The film was a commercial and as well as a critical success.
Aamir Khan was seen last in Reema Kagti’s Talaash. The film, in which Aamir played the role of a cop, was released on 1 June 2012. He will be playing a negative character in Yash Raj Films’ Dhoom: 3 opposite Katrina Kaif.
Khan was born in Bandra‘s Holy Family Hospital, Mumbai, India, to a family that has been actively involved in the Indian motion picture industry for several decades. His father, Tahir Hussain, was a film producer while his uncle, Nasir Hussain, was a film producer as well as a director and an actor. Aamir Khan’s mother is Zeenat Hussain. His siblings are Faisal Khan, Farhat Khan and Nikhat Khan. Imran Khan is the nephew of Aamir Khan. Aamir Khan belongs to the family of Indian freedom fighter Abul Kalam Azad. He is also a descendant of former president of India, Dr. Zakir Hussain. He is a second cousin to former chairperson of Rajya Sabha and the current vice president of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Dr Najma Heptullah. His father, Tahir Hussain, died on 3 February 2010.
Dhoom 3 (2013) [Actor …. Sahir] … aka “Dhoom 3: Back in Action” – International (English title) (complete title)
This American Journey (2013) [special thanks]
Bombay Talkies (2013) [Actor …. Himself]
Nayi Soch Ki Talaash Aamir Ke Saath (2012) (TV) [Actor …. Himself]
Talaash (2012) [Actor …. Inspector Surjan Singh Shekhawat] [producer] … aka “Talaash: The Answer Lies Within” – Philippines (English title) (imdb display title)
“C.I.D.: Red Suitcase Murder: Part 2 (1.892)” (2012) TV Episode [Actor …. Surjan Singh Sekhawat] [special thanks]
“C.I.D.: Red Suitcase Murder: Part 1 (1.891)” (2012) TV Episode [Actor …. Surjan Singh Sekhawat] [special thanks]
“Satyamev Jayate: Persons with Disabilities (1.6)” (2012) TV Episode [Self] [producer]
“Satyamev Jayate: Intolerance to Love (1.5)” (2012) TV Episode [Self] [producer]
“Satyamev Jayate: Every Life Is Precious (1.4)” (2012) TV Episode [Self] [producer]
“Diya Aur Baati Hum: Episode 1.184” (2012) TV Episode [Actor …. Himself]
“Saas Bahu Aur Saazish: Episode dated 1 May 2012” (2012) TV Episode [Actor …. Himself]
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster (2011) [special thanks]
Delhi Belly (2011) [producer]
Big in Bollywood (2011) [Actor …. Himself]
“The Hour: Episode 7.86” (2011) TV Episode [Actor …. Himself]
Ru Ba Ru (2011) [Actor …. Himself]
“The Fabulous Picture Show: Peepli Live (4.21)” (2010) TV Episode [Actor …. Himself]
Mumbai Diaries (2010) [Actor …. Arun] [producer] … aka “Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries)” – India (original title)
“The Wright Stuff: Episode 14.35” (2010) TV Episode [Actor …. Himself – Guest Panelist]
“Daybreak: Episode dated 21 September 2010” (2010) TV Episode [Actor …. Himself]
Peepli (Live) (2010) [producer]
3 Idiots (2009) [Actor …. ‘Rancho’ Shamaldas Chanchad] … aka “Three Idiots” – India (English title) (copyright title)
Barah Aana (2009) [special thanks]
Luck by Chance (2009) [Actor …. Himself] [very special thanks]
Ghajini (2008) [Actor …. Sanjay Singhania/Sachin]
“Oye! It’s Friday!: Oye with Aamir Khan (1.2)” (2008) TV Episode [Actor …. Himself]
Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na (2008) [producer]
… aka “J.T.Y.J.N.” – India (English title) (informal short title)
… aka “Jaane Tu” – India (English title) (short title)
“Director’s Cut with Kabir Bedi” (2008) TV series [Actor …. Himself – Guest]
“Dus Ka Dum” (2008) TV series [Actor …. Himself – Guest]
Like Stars on Earth (2007) [Actor …. Ram Shankar Nikumbh] [producer] [playback singer] [Soundtrack] (performer: “Bum Bum Bhole”, “Bheja Kam”) [Director]
… aka “Taare Zameen Par” – India (original title)
… aka “T.Z.P.” – India (English title) (informal short title)
Fanaa (2006) [Actor …. Rehan Qadri] [Soundtrack] (performer: “Mere Haath Mein”, “Chanda Chamke”)
Rang De Basanti (2006) [Actor …. Daljeet ‘DJ’/Chandrashekhar Azad] [playback singer] [Soundtrack] (“Lalkaar”)
… aka “Paint it Saffron” – USA (literal English title)
The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey (2005) [Actor …. Sepoy Mangal Pandey] [playback singer]
Chale Chalo: The Lunacy of Film Making (2003) [Actor …. Himself]
Dil Chahta Hai (2001) [Actor …. Akash Malhotra]
… aka “D.C.H.” – India (English title) (short title)
… aka “Do Your Thing” – USA (TV title)
Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001) [Actor …. Bhuvan] [producer] … aka “Land Tax” – International (English title) (informal literal title)
Mela (2000) [Actor …. Kishan Pyare]
Mann (1999) [Actor …. Karan Dev Singh] [playback singer] (uncredited)
Sarfarosh (1999) [Actor …. Ajay Singh Rathod] … aka “Martyr” – International (English title) (literal title)
Earth (1998) [Actor …. Dil Navaz] … aka “1947: Earth” – India (English title) (alternative title)
Ghulam (1998) [Actor …. Siddharth Marathe] [playback singer]
Ishq (1997) [Actor …. Raja] … aka “Romance” – India (English title) (literal title)
Raja Hindustani (1996) [Actor …. Raja Hindustani]
Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995) [Actor …. Rohit Kumar] [Soundtrack] (performer: “Aisa Zakhm Diya Hai”)
Bollywood Dreams (1995) [Actor …. Munna] … aka “Rangeela” – India (original title)
Aatank Hi Aatank (1995) [Actor …. Rohan]
Baazi (1995) [Actor …. Inspector Amar Damjee]
Andaz Apna Apna (1994) [Actor …. Amar Manohar]
Pehla Nasha (1993) [Actor …. Himself]
Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993) [Actor …. Rahul Malhotra] [Writer] (screenplay)
Damini – Lightning (1993) [Actor …. Himself] [thanks]
Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992) [Actor …. Sanjaylal Sharma]
Parampara (1992) [Actor …. Ranvir Prithvi Singh]
Daulat Ki Jung (1992) [Actor …. Rajesh Chaudhry]
Isi Ka Naam Zindagi (1992) [Actor …. Chhotu]
Afsana Pyar Ka (1991) [Actor …. Raj]
Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin (1991) [Actor …. Raghu Jetley]
Jhomma Chumma in London (1991) (TV) [Actor …. Himself]
Dil (1990) [Actor …. Raja]
Tum Mere Ho (1990) [Actor …. Shiva]
Awwal Number (1990) [Actor …. Sunny]
Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin (1990) [Actor …. Ajay Sharma]
Jawani Zindabad (1990) [Actor …. Shashi Sharma]
Love Love Love (1989) [Actor …. Amit Verma]
Raakh (1989) [Actor …. Amir Hussein]
Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) [Actor …. Raj] … aka “QsQT” – International (English title) (short title)
Holi (1985) [Actor …. Madan Sharma]
Manzil Manzil (1984) [assistant director]
Madhosh (1974) [Actor …. Child artist]
Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973) [Actor …. Young Ratan] (as Master Aamir)
Aamir Khan made his television debut with 13-episode show Satyamev Jayate (2012). It started airing on 6 May 2012 and wrapped up on 29 July 2012. The show was simulcast on Star Plus and Doordarshan.
Taare Zameen Par (December 21, 2007)
Fanaa (May 26, 2006)
Rang De Basanti (January 26, 2006)
Mangal Pandey – The Rising (August 12, 2005)
Mela (January 7, 2000)
Mann (July 9, 1999)
Sarfarosh (April 30, 1999)
Ghulam (June 19, 1998)
Akele Hum Akele Tum (November 30, 1995)
2003 – Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian award from the Government of India
2010 – Padma Bhushan, India’s third highest civilian honour from the Government of India.
National Film Awards
1989 – National Film Award – Special Jury Award / Special Mention (Feature Film) – Actor for Raakh
2001 – National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment for Lagaan (shared with Ashutosh Gowarikar)
2008 – National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare for Taare Zameen Par
1989 – Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak
1997 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for Raja Hindustani
2002 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for Lagaan
2002 – Filmfare Best Movie Award for Lagaan
2007 – Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor for Rang De Basanti
2008 – Filmfare Best Movie Award for Taare Zameen Par
2008 – Filmfare Best Director Award for Taare Zameen Par
Star Screen Awards
1997 – Star Screen Award for Best Actor for Raja Hindustani
2008 – Star Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor for Taare Zameen Par
2008 – Star Screen Award for Best Director for Taare Zameen Par
2008 – Star Screen Award for Most Promising Debut Director for Taare Zameen Par
International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA)
2002 – IIFA Best Actor Award for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India
2002 – IIFA Best Movie Award for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India, shared with Ashutosh Gowariker
Aamir Khan has made jeans and tees his trademark outfit.
Was offered the role of Rahul Mehra in Darr (1993).
Refuses to accept the usual awards from Indian trade magazines such as Filmfare.
Known as perfectionist who insists on getting a finished script before committing to a film and also refuses to work on more than one film at a time, both very unusual for Bollywood where actors usually work in several films at a time and script details are often improvised on the day of shooting.
One of the three Khans that ruled Bollywood in the 90s. The other two are Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan.
Son of Tahir Hussain, brother of Faisal Khan, Farhat Khan and Nikhat Khan
Nephew of Nasir Hussain
Cousin of Mansoor Khan
Files for divorce from wife Reena on December 9, 2002.
Awarded Padma Shri India’s fourth highest Civil Honour in the year 2003 by the Government of India.
Recently had another child with his ex-girlfriend, English writer Jessica Hines, who delivered their son, Jaan Harry Hines, on September 14 2003.
Uncle of Imran Khan.
Has 2 children with ex-wife Reena: a son, Junaid, and a daughter, Ira.
Mother is Zeenat Hussain. Sometimes she is referred to as Zeena Hussain.
After his first marriage he took another flat in the same building where he lived with his parents, and started living there.
Has been a big fan of Alfred Hitchkock stories.
Visited Pakistan for fund raising of Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital on invitation by the cricketer Imran Khan.
Formed a popular on-screen pair with Juhi Chawla
The Press Trust of India reported Khan will marry girlfriend Kiran Rao in Panchgani, India on 1 January 2006. It later reported Khan and Rao married in a small ceremony at his home in Mumbai, India on 28 December 2005.
Highest paid actor in Bollywood.
Time magazine refers to him as the Indian ‘Sean Penn’.
Best friends with Juhi Chawla & Rani Mukherjee.
His ancestors hail from Afghanistan.
Has a reputation for shunning award ceremonies and avoiding the glare of the media.
Turned down Madame Tussaud’s offer to immortalize him in a wax statue.
Cites Daniel Day-Lewis and Dilip Kumar as his favorite actors.
Is a Tennis-enthusiast, and particularly admires Roger Federer.
He got awarded the Padma Bhushan India’s third highest Civil Honour in 2010 by the Government of India.
His salary is less for acting in certain movies because he becomes a stakeholder and shares a certain percentage of profits from the movie.
Is very good friends with superstar Salman Khan, with whom he worked with in the 1994 cult film Andaz Apna Apna. His other close friend is Rani Mukerji, with whom he was been friends with since her second film Ghulam in 1998.
Has the highest grossing Indian film of all time with 3 Idiots.
Was the first Bollywood actor to cross the 100 crore mark with his 2008 film Ghajini, which became the highest grossing film of all time until his next release 3 Idiots.
His home production, Lagaan, in which he also starred in, was the third Indian film ever to be nominated for an Oscar.
Was credited as “Aamir Hussein” in his first film Holi.
Every film I do means a lot to me. The failure of Mela, definitely made a difference to me. I am not comfortable with the idea of my films not releasing to their full potential.
“There’s a lot of talent both in India and Pakistan. I think the talent in both these two countries should come together and entertain the world audience. If the right offer and opportunity comes my way, I’d love to do a movie in Pakistan.” (12 May 2006)
Film making is like fighting a war with leadership at the front.
I found that what happened 150 years ago was happening again with Americans entering other countries and exploiting them but pretending they were doing a favor. It was this contemporary feel that attracted me.
My son is a harsh critic.
I enjoy the love I receive from my fans and my audience. But I think I know what is real for me and what is not.
A star needs to have style. Unfortunately I have very little. But Salman [Khan] has it all.
If a star comes close to holding the sway that Madhuri Dixit or Kajol did, it is Rani Mukerji. She pays attention to her work, has matured and become experienced with time.
Rani is one of my closest friends, we can talk about anything.
Rani [Mukerji] is a close friend. She is someone I am extremely fond of. We share a very good relationship. We can depend on each other.
Where Are They Now:
(2005) Busy shooting for Rakyesh Om Prakash’s Rang De Basanti
(February 2006) Currently busy shooting for Kunal Kohli’s Fanaah, opposite Kajol.
(February 2006) Shooting for ‘Fanaah’
(July 2007) In Chennai, shooting for the remake of Ghajini
(October 2008) Busy shooting for Three Idiots in Ladakh, India
(2013) New Zealand, Busy Shooting climax of Dhoom:3 Back In Actionhttp://hindimovie.audio/aamir-khan/All About Aamir Khanhttp://hindimovie.audio/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Aamir-Khan.jpghttp://hindimovie.audio/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Aamir-Khan-150x150.jpgArtist