One of the most influential and hardworking actors of Bollywood who has made his name synonymous of perfection is none other than Aamir Khan. He intends to give his 100% in whatever he does, be it films or his real life. His dedication and hard work has made us all his fan. And not only us, the entire world indeed. Let’s have a look at his journey through his different looks with each new film.
Aamir, after Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, had the image of a lover boy and wanted to come out of that shell by taking up loud & aggressive characters. He worked really hard for Dil, questioning the director about shots when everyone would laugh on him, later realising he was just being sincere about his work.
Since it was one of his initial films, while filming for Rangeela, Aamir would take notes with a pad and pen and ask the director to act on the inputs. He too would constantly look where he’s going wrong and try to fit in the character completely.
Aamir, as always, wanted each shot to be a perfect one for which he made sure he saw the clips after each shot and was only convinced if he felt it was good. He also consumed a litre of vodka so as to shoot the track ‘Tere Ishq Mein Naachenge’ in the film and make it look real.
Playing the role of a criminal chaser, ACP officer Ajay Singh Rathore aka Aamir Khan totally nailed it with his brilliant acting skills. His intense eyes and stylish looks were the highlights that made the film Sarfarosh, a success.
The film set in British Raj, saw Aamir playing the rebellion against British. His character Bhuvan, urges everyone to fight against the British rule in India. With full conviction, Aamir established himself as the most versatile actor of the time after Lagaan.
It took a toll for the naughty, flirty and witty stud Aamir Khan or should we call him Aakash to pull off the character he played in Dil Chahta Hai. His stylish hair and tiny goatee became very popular amongst the youth making him a star of the generation.
Aamir Khan is no less when it comes to narrating a brilliant shot. The scene where all the boys own up to Defence Minister’s assassination was suggested by him. He even lost 10 kgs to look convincing in the role of a college student. Also, it took the director 17 months to rework his script and Aamir waited patiently for him to get the essence of the film right.
In this unique drama, Taare Zameen Par, Khan played the role of an art teacher who helps a dyslexic boy overcome his disability. With emotional appeal and wonderful performances, the movie hit the right chord which is unique not every film is able to do. It also helped spread awareness about dyslexia worldwide.
Aamir, for his role as Sanjay Singhania in Ghajini underwent a 13 month strict non stop workout along with a strict diet. Despite his tight schedule, he made sure he works out well and appears fit, healthy and adores each new look in the film.
Aamir, at the age of 45, played the character of Rancho, a 20-year-old student in 3 Idiots. We must say, gaining and losing weight for different roles is not a very easy task but Aamir did that too. Right after Ghajini, Aamir pulled off his role in 3 Idiots so well that nobody could say he had a big body frame just months ago.
Aamir’s role in Dhoom 3 required a lot of workout, where he has to build a muscular body to play a role of a gymnast which requires a flexible lean yet fit body. Working out with his trainer each day, Aamir made sure all the requirements from his side for the role are fulfilled.
Aamir Khan, playing the role of an alien in PK broke all box office records of Indian cinema. From going naked to rocking those mismatched outfits, we saw him pulling off each side. His dialogues and funny gimmicks in Bhojpuri accent made his role funny and unique. Aamir practised his character millions of times to get the perfect shot.
For his role of a wrestler in Dangal, Aamir Khan gained about 20 kgs and grew to a hefty 213 pounds to play present-day Phogat. He also underwent strenuous workout sessions to acquire the strength of a wrestler. Dangal is among his best works till date in terms of transformation we must say!