Aamir Khan’s film was boycotted even before its release. As a consequence, its first-day collection indicated that the film is a colossal disaster. However, the time has come for Aamir Khan to pay for his sins. Thus, his movie being tanked can never be an enough punishment for the actor. Now, his brother named Faisal Khan has also accused Aamir of subjecting him to torture.
Aamir Khan has been awarded with the title of ‘Mr Perfectionist’ by the media. But, is he really ‘perfect’? Well, when it comes to his profession, Vijay Krishna Acharya’s ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ was enough to explain how ‘good’ as an actor he is. As far as his personal life is concerned, his own brother Faisal Khan has exposed how ‘perfect’ human being he is.
Ever since Laal Singh Chaddha has fallen flat at the box office, various clips and articles are doing rounds on social media which expose Aamir Khan’s anti-India approach along with the negative aspects about his personal life.
Aamir’s brother levies allegations on him
Last year, Aamir Khan’s brother Faisal Khan, during an interview, opened up about his equation with Aamir following their legal tussle. He said that “even though he has forgiven Aamir for what happened between them, he can’t forget the incident.”
For those unversed, a legal tussle took place within Aamir’s family after they allegedly kept Faisal ‘under house arrest’ for a year as they believed that he ‘was depressed and had paranoid schizophrenia’.
During the interview, Faisal Khan told that “he has resolved to maintain a distance from them in light of what happened.” He told how he had to ‘run away’ to prevent himself from being a prisoner at Aamir’s house. He said, in Hindi, “I was going through that phase with my family, and then one day, Aamir called to say that he wanted my signatory rights because I am mad and can’t take care of myself. So I was told to declare before a judge that I am incapable of taking care of myself. I couldn’t understand why. So that’s when I decided to leave home.”
When asked about his present relations with Aamir Khan, Faisal continued by saying, “Such a big incident happened to me, so I can forgive him, but I can’t forget what happened. I talk to my family on the phone, I wish them on birthdays and on Eid, but there is a distance. There is also a fear, because of what they did in the past. I would like to maintain a distance. I won’t lie, there is a barrier between us, but it’s better to maintain this distance. I hold nothing against them, I wish them the best, but I don’t want to cross certain lines, because I have my own dignity to protect.”
Aamir Khan’s greatness has no ends
Aamir Khan is a great humanitarian. He believes in the “Giving back to the society” philosophy and he gives back a lot. He raised the issue of dyslexia with his Taare Zameen pe and malpractices in Hindu Dharma through his “PK”. He also hit the small screen with his Path Breaking “Satyamev Jayate”. Satyamev Jayate was a nice TV series. It was clear that Aamir Khan was genuinely concerned about social issues and all that.
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Satyamev Jayate focused on sensitive social issues rampant in India. And every Sunday at 11AM, Aamir Khan talked about these issues at length. The show invariably ended with copious shedding of tears by Aamir himself amidst melodious tracks composed by his friend Ram Sampath.
You see, he found time to discuss Casteism and Untouchability, rapes and domestic violence but never in an episode, did he even mention the Triple Talaq and polygamy existing in Muslims. Either he was a coward or he was a coward only. Moreover, the claims by his brother also clear the air around his so-called perfection and prove that he is no saint.
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