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The Most Defining Aamir Khan's Movies Throughout His Career

The successful Actor, Producer, Host & Direct Aamir Khan has given some great story-based movies to Bollywood.

10th December 2019 | 05:30 PM (IST)
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Aamir Khan began his career at a very young age of eight when he was seen in ‘Yaadon ki Baraat’ as a child actor. As an adult actor, he first appeared in the experimental film Holi in the year 1984. He is the recipient of a number of awards for his great work in the entertainment business.  

Aamir khan who is commonly known as Mr. Perfectionist has given some great movies to Bollywood and the audience has always loved him for that. Although we love all his movies here are five Aamir khan films and why fans love watching them all over again. 

1. PK

Aamir Khan plays the role of an alien who is stuck on the earth and is in search of a device that can take him back to his home planet. Aamir's excellent performance as PK the lost alien is to be appreciated. The movie shows the harsh reality of the religion system on earth.

2. 3 Idiots

In this film, Aamir played the role of an engineer who helps his friends to find their true passion and happiness.

3.Taare Zameen Par

A very emotional film which portrays a young eight years old boy suffering from dyslexia and his struggle to overcome it. Aamir plays the role of an art teacher who figures out the problem and tries to help the boy.

4.Dil Chahta hai

A film which is very close to the hearts of all young minds, DilChahtahai is a story based on true friendship, misunderstanding, relationships and much more. Aamir plays the role of a very cool and funny guy who enjoys his life to the fullest.

5.Dangal

Dangal tells the story of former wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and his two wrestler daughters GeetaPhogat and BabitaPhogat. The film covers their struggle to win internationally. Aamir is seen playing the role of Mahavir Singh Phogat.

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10th December 2019 | 05:30 PM (IST)
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