Aamir Khan, the words are synonymous with quality, excellence, innovation, uniqueness and perfection. A consummate actor, performs roles of various shades...he's versatility personified! I have been his fan since childhood. The cute charming lover boy of Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, the starry eyed silly boy of Andaz Apna Apna, the college Romeo of Dil, the struggling journalist of Dil Hai Ki Maanta Nahin, the adorable Raja Hindustani, the lovable Munna of Rangeela, the righteous police officer of Sarfarosh, the resolute Bhuvan of Lagaan, the rebellious DJ of the cult classic Rang De Basanti, the compassionate Nikumbh Sir of Taare Zameen Par and of course, the macho hunk of Ghajini!!
Just some of the myriad shades of the powerhouse of talent Aamir Khan! The creative genius and a master of his craft, the Ace of Bollywood - he's a favorite in my family. I usually don't like to go to a theater to watch movies and always tend to wait for the DVD release or the TV premiere of a movie. But for Aamir Khan's movies, I just can't wait. After all, he does only one film in a year and one can't wait to see what the maestro has done in his new venture. I must say Aamir's one film is equal to others' 5 films! His one movie is enough to sweep all other 'hits of the year' under the rug. A successful producer (with an Oscar nominated Lagaan among other super hits), an awesome director (with a ravishing debut in Taare Zameen Par), a singer too (with the super hit 'Aye Kya Bolti Tu') and of course, an exceptionally talented and versatile actor - Aamir Khan is one man army. I love you Aamir and wish you all the best in all your ventures.
The most over-rated and hyped actor in Indian cinema! Repetitive and hamming...he does the same stuff over and over again. Most of his movies (with a few exceptions like Chak De India and Swades) are old wine in a new bottle. He keeps comparing himself to senior actors like Amitabh Bachchan just to hog limelight. He leaves no opportunity to grab headlines! He usually copies and mimics other filmstars in his movies and then says he was 'paying a tribute' to them! All his movies are hits only due to major hype and publicity! I wish he does more versatile roles and does meaningful work, instead of doing the same old stuff and using cheap publicity tricks.