Aamir Khan has been practising tireslessly to perfect his moves for a dance sequence with Katrina Kaif in Dhoom 3.
The perfectionist was reportedly distracted by an old poster of Shah Rukh Khan.
Mumbai Mirror reports that Aamir Khan was distracted by an old poster of Dil To Pagal Hai featuring Shah Rukh Khan while practising for the dancer sequence with a group of dancers. Describing Aamir's reaction to the poster, the tabloid quoted a source as saying, "He told someone to take off the poster of Dil To Pagal Hai as it was distracting him. But rather than comply his wishes, the YRF staff told him politely that he had no authority to remove anything from the hall."
The tabloid further reported that Aamir Khan had to reluctanly practise his moves despite the said distraction.
RECENT BUZZ ON THE PERFECTIONIST
Aamir Khan puts other things aside for Sanjay Dutt
Aamir Khan has had a hectic schedule lately. For the last few months, the actor has been travelling around the globe for back-to-back shoots for Vinod Chopra’s P.K. and Yash Raj Films’ Dhoom:3.
Now, the actor will be able to take a break again, thanks to P.K. director Rajkumar Hirani. A source close to the actor reveals that Hirani has requested the actor to take time out from his schedule for Dhoom:3 and be part of the shoot with Sanjay Dutt for P.K.
Aamir Khan was like a child on the sets: Abhishek Bachchan
Actor Abhishek Bachchan, who is working alongside Aamir Khan in his upcoming film " Dhoom 3", says the star is like a child on the sets of the movie. Bachchan is reprising his role of ACP Jai Dixit for the third time in the action franchise while Aamir plays the main antagonist. "It's absolutely brilliant to be working with Aamir. You get to learn so much. He is so much fun on the sets. He is like a child on the set, he is so involved and enthusiastic about everything," Bachchan told PTI.
When asked about his equation with Aamir during the shooting, Bachchan, 37 said, "I think every actor learns from other. As an actor you feed off the energies of each-other. I see my father still learning from a lot more junior actors than him. CONTINUE READING