14 March 1965
This superstar is described as a perfectionist, resourceful, motivating, youthful, and appealing, to name a few words. Aamir Khan, a ‘thinking’ hero who has been in the industry since the 1980s and is known for his versatility, is considered a ‘thinking’ hero. Aamir Khan Productions was founded and is owned by Aamir Khan.
Aamir is not simply an actor and producer, but also a gifted host, as evidenced by his thoughtful project, Satyamev Jayate. Aamir made his screen debut as a young artist in his uncle Nasir Hussain’s film Yaadon Ki Baraat, and his first major role was in the film Holi. He has received the distinguished civilian honours of Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan.
Personal Info Wiki:-
|Full Name||Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan|
|Nickname(s)||Mr. Perfectionist, The Choco Boy|
|Date of Birth||14 March 1965|
|School(s)||• J.B. Petit School, Mumbai (pre-primary education)|
• St. Anne’s High School, Mumbai (till the eighth grade)
• Bombay Scottish School, Mumbai (ninth and tenth grade)
|College/University||Narsee Monjee College, Mumbai|
|Educational Qualification||12th Standard|
|Ethnicity||Mixed (mainly Pathan)|
|Food Habit||Vegetarian (at the age of 50, he decided to quit non-vegetarian)|
|Address||2, Hill View Apartments, Opposite Mehboob Studio, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Debut||Film (child actor): Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973)|
Film (actor) Holi (1984)
Film (producer): Lagaan (2001)
TV: Satyamev Jayate (2014)
|Hobbies||Listening Old Music, Watching Movies, Playing Chess, Tennis and Cricket|
1989: Best Male Debut for Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak
1997: Best Actor for Raja Hindustani
2002: Best Actor for Lagaan
2007: Best Actor (Critics) for Rang De Basanti
2008: Best Director for Taare Zameen Par
2017: Best Actor for Dangal
2002: Film Lagaan was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film
BIG Star Entertainment Awards
2010: BIG Star – Film Actor of Decade (Male)
2003: Padma Shri by the Government of India
2009: Raj Kapoor Smriti Vishesh Gaurav Puraskar by the Government of Maharashtra
2010: Padma Bhushan by the Government of India
2017: National Treasure of India by the Government of China
Note: Along with these, he has many other awards, honours, and achievements to his name.
|Controversies||• Allegations by his brother Faisal Khan: Aamir Khan faced public insult when his brother Faisal Khan blamed him for captivating him in the house and vigorously giving him pills saying that he is mentally ill. The stuff even reached the court, and his guardianship was given to his father. However, his father gave the liability back to Aamir.|
• Named his dog after Shah Rukh: Aamir had previously called Shah Rukh Khan a dog while declaring that he had named his dog after him. Later, he apologised to Shah Rukh and his family by visiting Shah Rukh’s home.
• Indians are intolerant: In December 2015, he made a public statement that he thinks Indians are getting intolerant; the statement received heavy criticism on social media.
• Writer Jessica Hines’ claim that he fathered her son: During the shoot of Ghulam, Aamir attracted controversy when famous writer Jessica Hines claimed that Aamir was the father of her son Jaan. It was featured in Stardust magazine that Aamir was madly in love with her and they were in a live-in relationship. When Jessica got pregnant, things got changed and Aamir forced him to abort the child, but she ignored his decision and gave birth to a baby boy to which Aamir never agreed. However, Jessica has also never publicly accepted it but also has never denied it.
Childhood & Early Life:-
Aamir Khan was born Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan on 14 March 1965, in Mumbai, India, to Tahir Hussain, a film producer, and Zeenat Hussain. He is the eldest of four siblings. He is related to several renowned members of Bollywood.
He appeared in two films as a child actor. Before he began his career as a professional actor, Khan was involved in the making of several films.
- Physical Stats & More:-
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters– 168 cm|
in meters– 1.68 m
in feet inches– 5’ 6”
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms– 70 kg|
in pounds– 154 lbs
|Body Measurements (approx.)||– Chest: 40 inches|
– Waist: 30 inches
– Biceps: 13 inches
|Physical Transformations||• For ‘Ghajini’ (2008)|
This was the first time when the actor made headlines for his physical transformation. His chiseled eight-pack abs suited well to his character of a wrecked lover that he played in the film, and it became a sensation among the youth and other actors in the industry. Moreover, the Ghajini hairstyle crated a stir among his fans.
• For ‘3 Idiots’ (2009)
To play a college student in the film, Aamir shed his eight-pack abs physique, that he built to play an intense character in Ghajini, and became lean and lanky for the role.
• For ‘PK’ (2014)
To play the role of an alien in the film, the actor lost several kilos of weight to get a perfect shape for the character. His long ears in the film added extra badge to the character.
• For ‘Dangal’ (2016)
To play an old wrestler in the film, he had to look strong yet aged. To get a slat and pepper look for the role, the actor had to gain a lot of weight. This transformation of his held the audience spellbound.
• For ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ (2018)
This time, the actor appeared in a fit and agile looking body with a nose pin, earrings, messy curly hair, and a handlebar moustache. This transformation left the audience speechless yet again.
• For ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ (2020)
The actor left the audience mesmerised once again when he played a Sardar in the film with a full grown beard and hair; the film is an adaptation of the 1994 American film Forrest Gump.
Aamir Khan appeared in student-directed documentaries. He then proposed the following picture, Holi, a low-budget experiment film. With an ensemble cast of newbies, it dealt with the practise of ragging in India. Despite the failure of Holi on both a critical and economic level, he was cast as the starring male opposite Juhi Chawla in Mansoor’s directorial debut Qayamat Se Qayamat tak (1988). The film is about a love tale that is complicated by parental opposition. Raj, a well-dressed boy next door, was played by Amir. The film was a commercial triumph, propelling Amir and Chwala to fame. It won seven Filmfare Awards, including Best Male Debut for Amir.
- Successful Career and Acting Break:-
In the 1990s, Aamir Khan appeared in a number of films, including Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992), Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993), and Rangeela (1995), all of which were commercially and critically successful. One of the films, Andaz Apna Apna, was a flop at the time of its release but has since received positive reviews. Aamir still only appears in one or two films per year. In 1996, his only film was Raja Hindustani, in which he starred alongside Karishma Kapoor. The film became the year’s biggest hit. Aamir Khan won his first Filmfare Award for best actor in a leading role. In the 1990s, Raja Hindustani was India’s fourth highest grossing film.
Aamir first appeared in Rakeysh Ompraksah Mehra Rang De Basanti in 2006. Amir’s performance in the film gained critical acclaim, earning him a Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor and numerous other acting nominations. Rang De Basanti became one of the year’s highest-grossing pictures and was chosen as India’s official Oscar entry. Taare Zameen Par was released in 2007, and it was his directorial and producing debut. The picture was well-received by both audiences and critics. Aamir Khan was honoured with the Filmfare Award for Best Director and the National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare.
- Relationships & More:-
|Affairs/Girlfriends||• Reena Dutta|
• Kiran Rao
|Marriage Date(s)||First Wife: 18 April, 1986|
Second Wife: 28 December, 2005
|Wives/Spouse(s)||• First Wife: Reena Dutta (m.1986 – div. 2002)|
• Second Wife: Kiran Rao (m.2005; div. 2021)
(Note: Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao announced their separation in a joint statement on 3 July 2021.)
• Junaid Khan (from First Wife)
• Azad Rao Khan (from Second Wife)
• Ira Khan (from First Wife)
|Parents||Father– Late Tahir Hussain (film producer)|
Mother– Zeenat Hussain
• Faisal Khan (younger)
• Farhat Khan
• Nikhat Khan (both younger)
|Favorite Actors||Govinda, Amitabh Bachchan,Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day Lewis|
|Favorite Actress||Madhubala, Sridevi, Waheeda Rehman|
|Favorite Food||Seekh Kabab, Dal and rice, Moghlai dishes|
|Favorite Films||The Grand Budapest Hotel|
|Favorite Sports||Cricket, Tennis|
|Writer||Lav Nikolayevich Tolstoy|
|Board Game||Settlers of Catan|
|Song||“Oh Re Taal Mile” from the film Anokhi Raat (1968)|
- Style Quotient:-
|Cars Collection||Mercedes Benz S600, Bentley Continental,|
Rolls Royce Ghost Phantom,
Land Rover Range Rover SUV, BMW 6 series
- Money Factor:-
|Salary (approx.)||$8.06 million (INR 60 crore/film)|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$200 million (INR 1302 crore)|