Aamir Khan Biography
Aamir Khan is a celebrated on-screen character, maker, and chief of Hindi movies who is viewed as one of the best performers and youth symbols in India.
Early existence of Aamir Khan
Aamir Hussain Khan was conceived on March 14, 1965. He has a place with a Muslim family which for a broad timeframe has been related with Hindi movies. Aamir Khan’s dad, Tahir Hussain was a maker of Hindi movies. In the meantime, Nasir Hussain, his uncle, was a prestigious movie maker, on-screen character, and chief. Their family originated from Herat in Afghanistan.
Aamir Khan is a second cousin to Dr Najma Heptulla, past Chairperson of Rajya Sabha. He is additionally an inheritor of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the notable scholastic and opportunity warrior.
Start of Aamir Khan’s vocation
Aamir Khan started his adventure as an on-screen character when he was a kid and acted in the film Yaadon Ki Baaraat in 1973. This movie was coordinated and delivered by his uncle Nasir Hussain and is a standout amongst the most recollected movies of the 1970s. One year from now, he additionally acted in Madhosh. Following a time of 10 years, Aamir made his presentation as an expert on-screen character in the movie Holi coordinated by Ketan Mehta. The film discharged in 1984. Nonetheless, the character of Aamir Khan in this film went to some degree disregarded.
How Aamir Khan turned into a Superstar
Aamir encountered his first achievement when he acted in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak in 1988. The executive of this film was Mansoor Khan, who is his cousin and child of Nasir Hussain. He assumed the male lead job in this film which won him the principal National Film Award (Special Jury Award). Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak was a blockbuster amid that time which helped Aamir begin his vocation as a promising performing artist in Hindi movies. The following year, Raakh was discharged which likewise had Aamir in the number one spot job. This film likewise wound up well known dislike Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. Aamir won the National Film Award (Special Jury Award) for his commendable execution in this film. For his appearance, he is frequently named as the “Chocolate Hero” of Indian film.
In this way, Aamir Khan acted in various movies in the late 1980s and mid 1990s, for example, Dil (1990), which was the best grosser in 1990, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992), Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991), Rangeela (1995), and Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993). Khan was the screenwriter for the film Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke. He got his first Filmfare Award for Best Actor for acting in Raja Hindustani in 1996. He got the second honor in this classification for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India which was discharged in 2001. The film was selected for the Academy Award in the class of the Best Foreign Language Film and was the third Indian film to be named in this classification. This was the primary activity of his creation house, Aamir Khan Productions.
The larger part of movies in which he acted are business triumphs and earned huge incomes. His different accomplishments incorporate Andaz Apna in which he acted with Salman Khan, another genius of Bollywood. At the point when the film discharged, the pundits did not give it a positive survey. Notwithstanding, with the progression of time, the motion picture has accomplished the situation of a clique film.
Aamir Khan took a four-year hole from acting after Lagaan in 2001. He came back to Stardom when he assumed the lead job in Mangal Pandey: The Rising in 2005. He thusly acted in Rang De Basanti (2006) for which he got a Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor.
In 2007, he coordinated his first movie Taare Zameen Par and this movie won him the Filmfare Award for Best Director. The following year, Ghajini was discharged and it was the best grosser in 2008. The parody film 3 Idiots in 2009 was a noteworthy leap forward in his profession, which was the best income gaining Hindi film ever. It was basically an unparalleled accomplishment. Other eminent movies in which he acted are Ishq (1997) with Ajay Devgan, Juhi Chawla, and Kajol, Ghulam (1998), in which film he sung as a playback vocalist, Sarfarosh (1999), Dil Chahta Hai (2000) with Saif Ali Khan, Akshaye Khanna, and Preity Zinta, and Fanaa (2006) with Kajol.
Aamir Khan as a maker
As a maker, Aamir Khan created the accompanying movies:
Lagaan in 2001
Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na in 2008
Taare Zameen Par in 2007
Dhobi Ghat in 2011
Peepli Live in 2010
Delhi Belly in 2011
Talaash in 2012
Individual Life of Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan has been hitched multiple times. He originally wedded Reena Dutta who assumed a little job in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak in 1986. He has two children from his first marriage, a girl, Ira and a child, Junaid. The couple separated toward the finish of 2002. In 2005, he got married with Kiran Rao who was the partner executive of the film Lagaan. He is an energetic devotee of Dada Vaswani. In 2011, Kiran Rao and Aamir proclaimed the introduction of their child, Azad Rao Khan, by means of a surrogate mother.
Grants and accomplishments by Aamir Khan
Given beneath is a rundown of the honors and accomplishments by Aamir Khan:
National Film Awards
National Film Award – Special Jury Award/Special Mention (Feature Film) – Actor for Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak and Raakh in 1989
National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment for Lagaan (imparted to Ashutosh Gowarikar) in 2001
National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Regular citizen Award
Padma Shri, the fourth most elevated non military personnel grant of India from the Government of India in 2003.
Padma Bhushan, the third most astounding non military personnel respect of India from the Government of India in 2010.
Aamir Khan got the accompanying honors and respects:
Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak in 1989
Filmfare Best Actor Award for Raja Hindustani in 1997
Filmfare Best Actor Award for Lagaan in 2002
Filmfare Best Movie Award for Lagaan in 2002
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor for Rang De Basanti in 2007
Filmfare Best Movie Award for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Filmfare Best Director Award for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Star Screen Awards (Currently, Colors Screen Awards)
Aamir Khan got the accompanying honors:
Star Screen Award for Best Actor for Raja Hindustani in 1997
Star Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Star Screen Award for Best Director for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Star Screen Award for Most Promising Debut Director for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Worldwide Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA)
IIFA Best Movie Award for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India, imparted to Ashutosh Gowariker in 2002
IIFA Best Actor Award for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India in 2002
Bengal Film Journalists’ Association Awards
He won the accompanying honors:
BFJA Awards, Best Actor for Akele Hum Akele Tum and Rangeela in 1995
BFJA Awards, Best Actor for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India in 2001
Zee Cine Awards
Zee Cine Award Best Actor-Male for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India in 2002
Zee Cine Award Best Actor-Male for Sarfarosh in 2000
Zee Cine Award for Best Director for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Gollapudi Srinivas Award
He got the Best Debut Director Award for Taare Zameen Par.
Bollywood Movie Awards
Bollywood Movie Award – Critics Award Male in 2002 for Dil Chahta Hai
Bollywood Movie Award – Best Actor in 2002 for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India
Worldwide Indian Film Awards (GIFA)
2007 – Best Actor for Rang De Basanti
Stardust Dream Director Award for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Stardust Best Film Award for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Stardust Star of the Year Award – Male for Ghajini in 2009
Stardust Star of the Year Award – Male for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Stardust Star of the Year Award – Male for 3 Idiots in 2010
Huge Star Entertainment Awards
Huge Star – Film Actor of Decade (Male) in 2010
Planet Bollywood People’s Choice Awards: Best Director for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Bollywood People’s Choice Awards: Best Actor for Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India in 2001
V. Shantaram Awards: Best Film Gold Award for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Planet Bollywood People’s Choice Awards: Best Supporting Actor for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Bollywood Hungama Surfers Choice Movie Awards 2008: Best Actor Award for Ghajini in 2009
V. Shantaram Awards: Best Director Silver Award for Taare Zameen Par in 2008
Apsara Awards: Best Director for Taare Zameen Par in 2009
Apsara Awards: Best Movie for Taare Zameen Par in 2009
Dadasaheb Phalke Awards: Phalke Memorial Performance Award for 3 Idiots in 2010
Respects and honors of Aamir Khan
Aamir was granted with a “Unique Award” in April 2008 from Master Dinanath Mangeshkar Smruti Pratisthan for his extraordinary commitments to the Indian film industry.
Aamir was named “Man of the Year” in December 2001 by Bombay Times.
Aamir was respected with the “Indian of the Year in Entertainment” Award in January 2009 from CNN-IBN.
He was respected with “Indian of The Year in Cinema” Award in January 2009 by NDTV
He got the “Raj Kapoor Smriti Vishesh Gaurav Puraskar” in May 2009 by the Government of Maharastra for uncommon administrations to the Indian film industry.
He was one of the 10 collectors of the IIFA-FICCI Frames Awards in February 2009 for the “Most Powerful Entertainers of the Decade”.
On November 30, 2011, Aamir was assigned as the countrywide brand diplomat of UNICEF to support youngster sustenance.
Actualities about Aamir Khan
Full Name Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan
Scratch Name AK, Mr. Fussbudget, A.K., Tom Hanks of India
Date of Birth Mar 14, 1965
Zodiac sign Pisces
Height 5′ 6″ (168 cm)
Birth Place Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Profession Actor, Producer, Director, Writer and Social Worker
Father’s Name Tahir Hussain
Mother’s name Jeenat Hussain
Conjugal Status Married to Reena Dutta (1986-2002) and to Kiran Rao (2005-present)
Living arrangement Address 11, Bela Vista Apartments, Palli Hills, Bandra,