Bollywood actor Aamir Khan says that his birthday resolutions include learning Marathi and Urdu as well as promoting regional cinema by turning producer.
"I'm learning two languages properly this year, Marathi and Urdu. I can read and write Marathi but can't speak while Urdu I can speak but can't read and write," the actor-filmmaker told reporters here.
"I would love to produce regional language cinema including Marathi," said Aamir, who celebrated his birthday by cutting a cake at his residence in suburban Bandra.
Aamir said he will not do any films this year and would concentrate on the films produced under his banner.
"This year I want to spend my time with my family members and will concentrate my banner's three under-production films - 'Peepli Live', 'Dhobi Ghat' and 'Delhi Belly'," he said.
Aamir said his trip to Delhi where he met Hollywood filmmaker James Cameroon was great. "Cameroon is a great filmmaker and is very down to earth.
When I spoke to him I got an idea about his thoughts."
"We discussed cinema in general and not specifically about Hollywood or Bollywood," he added.