When Aamir recollected his career sinking
With a career spanning over 30 years, Mr. Perfectionist Aamir has established himself as an unstoppable and one of the most influential heroes of Bollywood. But as they say, every success kissed comes with a million obstacles and moments of...
Months ago, while addressing the students of Bennett university, Aamir revealed experiencing the weakest stages of his life within the first two years of ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’. “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 told the students.
Earlier, in an interview with a news portal the actor shared that he felt he was working with people he couldn’t connect with, and didn’t know how to get out of that situation. He also revealed since he had committed to some films, he couldn’t have gotten out of doing them. He also recollected those days and shared he was unhappy and it was during that ‘traumatic’ phase, he made a promise to himself - to not do a film till he was satisfied with the script.
Now one can say, with time the actor has surely battled against all odds and has created a niche for himself with rich content-driven films. His versatility and his on-screen energy is loved and appreciated by audiences and critics alike. On the work front, the actor will soon be sharing screen space with Kareena Kapoor Khan for his upcoming film 'Laal Singh Chaddha'. The movie is expected to release later this year. Helmed by Advait Chandan, the Hindi remake of Tom Hanks' 'Forrest Gump' also stars Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan for cameo appearances.