AAMIR KHAN, the name itself says everything. He’s regarded as the most celebrated on-screen actor, producer and director of Hindi movies who is also viewed as perhaps the best performer and youth icon in India. He’s known for his excellent acting skills and canny selection of content which makes him the Worlds biggest superstar.
Aamir khan is known as Mr. Perfectionist, Tom Hanks of India and Ace of Bollywood in the Hindi film industry. Aamir is undoubtedly one of the most devoted on-screen characters in the world. His enormous achievement in Indian film industry has got him the title of Worlds Biggest Superstar. He experienced quick changes in his body structure for his movies to draw out the truth factor in his characters. This is likewise one reason why his movies and he himself is cherished everywhere by everyone and he is consider as the worlds biggest actor. His most noticeable changes are seen in movies like Ghajini, 3 idiots, Talaash, Dhoom 3, PK and Dangal. With these movies and TV show Satyamev jayate, his picture has turned out to be all the more a genuine and serious on-screen character. Be that as it may, in all actuality he is a fantastic entertainer with regards to comedy as well. He has played some extremely interesting roles in Andaaz Apna, Ishq, Mela, Dil chahta hai and some more. He has likewise completed a great deal of TVC where he had a comic character like in Coca cola, Tata sky and Snapdeal ads.
Aamir demands getting a completed script before focusing on a film and furthermore won’t deal with more than one film at any given moment, both surprising for Bollywood where actors often work in a few movies at a time where scripts are changed spontaneously on set. He truly does define perfection.
Inside and past the film business, Khan is an activist and humanitarian, and has partaken and stood up for different social causes, some of which have started a political debate. He has made and facilitated the TV syndicated program Satyamev Jayate, through which he features delicate social issues in India, once in a while affecting the Indian parliament. His work as a social reformer, handling issues running from poverty and education to abuses and discrimination, earned him an appearance on the Time 100 rundown of most compelling and influential people in the world.
He has received number of awards in his career which includes 9 Filmfare Awards out of 32 nominations, including the 3 Best Actor award for Raja Hindustani (1996), Lagaan (2001), and Dangal (2016), the Best Actor (Critics) award for Rang De Basanti (2006), the Best Film award for Lagaan, Taare Zameen Par (2007), and Dangal, and the Best Director award for Taare Zameen Par. He has also won four National Film Awards, as an actor in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) and Raakh (1989), the producer of Lagaan and Madness in the Desert (2004), and director-producer of Taare Zameen Par.
In addition, Khan has received honorary awards, including the Government of India’s Padma Shri in 2003 and Padma Bhushan in 2010 and an Honorary Doctorate by the Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) for his distinguished contributions to the Indian cinema and entertainment industry. In 2011, he accepted the invite from the Berlin Film Festival to be a member of the jury, subsequent to having recently turned down their offer multiple times since 2008 In 2017, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invited Khan for membership and he received an award for “National Treasure of India” from the Government of China.
Aamir Khan’s scope of portrayals stays unmatched and as a result of this diversity, and his quality to depict various characters acceptably on screen, today he is seen as the Worlds biggest superstar as well as probably the best on-screen character of Indian Cinema.