Aamir Khan is a treat for photographers! Not just because he's good looking, one of the A-listers of Bollywood but also because he provides such ...
Aamir Khan has an amused look as he talks to the media during Talaash promotions at his residence.
Hai la! Aamir is all ears as the media poses questions.
Aamir Khan passionately explains something to the media during Talaash promotions at his residence.
O teri! Aamir listening attentively to the media.
Aamir Khan certainly has a mischievous glint in the eye as he addresses the media during Talaash promotions at his residence.
Contagious laugh: Aamir Khan finds something rather humourous at the press conference.
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan was spotted talking rather passionately about his upcoming film Talaash at various press conferences across the country. Take a look.
Aamir Khan seems to be explaining something with a lot of vigour at a Talaash press conference in Lucknow.
Aamir Khan talking to the media during a promotional event of his upcoming movie Talaash in Jaipur on Sunday.
Superstar Aamir Khan dreams of bringing the epic tale of Mahabharata on the big screen, but says he lacks courage to do it.
"My dream is to make Mahabharata and I don't know if I will be able to fulfil this dream or not. It is a very difficult dream and a scary dream, because every time I think about it I feel I won't be able to do it. I am unable to gather the courage," Aamir said at the Agenda Aaj Tak held here Friday.
"It is such a huge responsibility. I don't know if I will be able to fulfil it or not. This subject has been in my heart from a long time,” he added.
Asked what character he would want to play from the epic story, the 47-year-old said: "My favourite character is Karna. But I feel I won't be able to do that role. I don't suit the character. I think I would suit the role of Krishna.”
Meanwhile, the actor is riding high on the box-office success of his suspense thriller Talaash.
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