Aamir Khan secret for no flops after "Mela"
New Delhi : Aamir Khan is known for his perfect work in Bollywood also known as the perfectionist revealed a secret. None of his film after Mela in 2000 has flopped. Mr Perfectionist says he learned from his mistakes, reported by news agency PTI.
After Mela, he has seen in Mangal Pandey: The Rising which did not do well on box office. But after that in the last 17 years, Aamir Khan has made movies like Lagaan, Taare Zameen Par, Ghajini, 3 Idiots, Dhoom: 3, PK and the latest Dangal. And each one of it was tremendous and did so well at the box office.
Aamir told PTI that, "It is now 27 years that I have been acting and very early in my career, I went through a phase that was a huge learning experience for me. The level of input that I have been putting has been the same right through but I made mistakes,"
"So, what I am today is not just the result of my successes but also because of my failures. They taught me the most. That's why I have been able to build my career the way I have," he added.
One of the most hit movies of Aamir Khan recently release in China and has already collected Rs. 1000 crore. On this Aamir says, "Why an actor connects to an audience is difficult to articulate. It is a very intangible thing, you cannot really pin it down. But I would like to believe that it is my films and my good work that has connected me to the people whether it is India or anywhere else in the world."
Right now Aamir is working on his new project Thug Of Hindostan. This film will make him work with his Dhoom: 3 cast Katrina Kaif and director Vijay Krishna Acharya. The film will also be having Fatima Sana Shaikh , who was recently seen in Dangal.
But above all this Aamir Khan is more excited to work with Amitabh Bachchan, who is going to work with for the first time.
On this Aamir said, "It is an exciting script and above all, it is the first opportunity that I got to work with Mr Bachchan. I have always been a huge fan. It is really a great moment for me that I am finally getting to share the screen space with him,"