Aamir khan is one the actors which is the blessing to the Bollywood. Aamir Khan A.K.A Perfectionist has recalled the time when his career was almost over.
The actor had a blockbuster launch with “Qayamat se Qayamat tak” soon realized that it was downhill from there.
In a recent address to the student of Bennett university, Aamir Khan likened his career to being stuck in quicksand at that time.
Aamir Khan told the students, “After Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, I signed about eight or nine films on the basis of stories as the directors were all new and unknown at that time.
These films started bombing and I was called ‘one film wonder’ by the media. My career was sinking. It felt like I was in a quicksand. I was very unhappy. I used to come home and cry”.
He further said, ”Within the first two years of Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, I experienced the weakest stage of my life. The films I had signed started releasing and flopping one after the other. So, I was like, ‘I am finished. There’s no way I can survive this onslaught’, since I knew how bad my other unreleased films were”.
In an interview to Hindustan Times, Aamir Khan had said, “At the time, I felt I was working with people I couldn’t connect with. I didn’t know how to get out of that situation. I had committed to some films, so I couldn’t have gotten out of doing them. I did those movies, but I was unhappy. At that traumatic time, I made a promise to myself to not do a film till I was satisfied.”
Aamir khan’s upcoming film is “Lal Singh Chaddha” which is the remake of Hollywood film “Forrest Gump” which was released in 1994. Lal Singh Chaddha was set to release in the end of 2020 but dur to the coronavirus pandemic the release is scheduled further.