Asked if he supports any political party, the actor said: "I don't see any such party which I feel would change a lot of things if it comes to a majority."
He however said that he liked the idea of swaraj given by Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party."I agree with their concept of swaraj. This is the only party which says they people would be a part of deciding how they rule... but the reason I don't support any party is that even AAP has to be tested. I am not in a rush to support any party. Don't want to have a knee jerk reaction," said Aamir who had supported the Anna Hazare movement."And elections should be free and fair, who am I to influence the people," he added.On a question on the violence against north Indians by Raj Thackeray's Maharashtra Navnirman Sena, Aamir said he was against any violence or forceful shutdowns."Any political party which uses power and muscle in the country is wrong. Earlier during the struggle for independence, Gandhiji would say people to boycott something and they would do it voluntarily," he said, questioning use of force to stop people from leaving their houses."They burn buses, use violence. It just indicates hooliganism. You are just a goon. It's not got any ground support," he said.