Aamir's taare to shine brighter in 2009Bollywood Trade News Network
3/13/2009 12:00:00 AM
From the start of his career as a child artist in the movie YAADON KI BARAAT to his recent hit GHAJINI, Bollywood's undaunted acting god Aamir Khan has proved that he is here to stay in the hearts of people for a long time to come. Aamir's 20-year-old film career, which began with his debut film as an adult, Holi, has been a colourful journey so far.
When QAYAMAT SE QAYAMAT TAK released, no one believed that this boy with chocolaty good looks will become the heartthrob of the nation's uber-cool generation. His hit films like DIL, DIL HAI KE MANTA NAHIN, JO JEETA WAHI SIKANDAR, HUM HAIN RAHI PYAR KE and RANGEELA established him in the echelons of meaningful cinema.
Aamir won his first Filmfare for Best Actor for his movie RAJA HINDUSTANI. Years later came the commercial success of LAGAAN, which was nominated for the Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Film category in 2001. But just playing versatile roles was not enough for Khan and he ventured into production and direction. He must still be thanking his lucky stars for his dazzling success as debut director of the movie TAARE ZAMEEN PAR. With perfection as his mantra, the impeccable Aamir has set a benchmark in acting with every movie he's acted in.
Celebrating his 44th birthday on March 14 this year, Aamir finds no dearth of reasons to party. Ganesha wishes him a happy birthday and makes numerological and astrological predictions for his year ahead.