Aamir Khan (March 14, 1965; Mumbai, Maharashtra) is an Indian actor, producer and director. His full name is Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan.
Throughout his successful career, Aamir Khan has been the most influential and popular actor in Indian cinema history, winning four National Film Awards and seven Filmfare Awards. However, he was honored by the Government of India as Padma Shri in 2003 and Padma Bhushan in 2010. He was elected UNICEF National Peace Ambassador on 30 November 2011. He was also elected as a Peace Ambassador for the 2014nd time in 2.
Khan, who started his cinema career with his uncle Nasir Hussain's film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973) at a young age, proved his success with his first feature film Holi (1984) and then with the tragic love film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (Apocalypse to Doomsday) (1988). He won the National Film Awards Special Jury Prize for his role in the horror movie Raakh (1989). He proved to lead Indian Cinema in the 1990s romantic drama Dil (1990), the romance Raja Hindustani (1996) and the drama Sarfarosh (1999), which earned him the Best Actor Award at the Filmfare Awards. Khan was also acclaimed for his role in the Canadian-Indian co-production Earth (1998).
In 2001, Khan founded the film production company that bears his name (Aamir Khan Productions) and his debut film Lagaan (2001) was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards, and won Best Actor and Best Actor at the National Film Awards for Most Popular Film and Filmfare Awards. Won Best Picture Awards. After four years, he received great acclaim with his roles in his films Fanaa (Disappearance) and Rang De Basanti (Paint Him Yellow), which were released in 2006. The following year, he won Best Film and Best Director awards at Filmfare Awards for his success in Taare Zameen Par (Every Child Is Special), which he directed and starred in. Khan's biggest commercial success came with the action-drama movie Ghajini (2008), which included the comedy-drama movie 3 idiots (3 Idiots) (2009), the adventure movie Dhoom 3 (2013), and the satirical (Yerme) movie PK (2014). with Bollywood at the top of film history.
In addition, Aamir Khan, known for his charitable identity, seeks solutions to various social problems, some of which have turned into political crises in the Indian society, with his television program Satyamev Jayate (The Right Always Wins) to find solutions to these social problems. He made his first marriage to Reena Dutta in 1986 and from this marriage they had two children named Junaid (son) and Ira (daughter). Divorced in 2002, Khan married Director Kiran Rao in 2005 and had a child named Azad (son) from this marriage via IVF.
- 1973 - Yaadon Ki Baarat - Character: Young Ratan
- 1974 - Madhosh - Character:
- 1985 - Holi - Character: Madan Sharma
- 1988 - Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (Doomsday Doomsday) - Character: Raj
- 1989 - Raakh (Ashes) - Character: Amir Hussein
- 1989 - Love Love (If Young People Love) - Character: Amit Verma
- 1990 - Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin (Woe) - Character: Ajay Sharma
- 1990 - Jawani Zindabad - Character: Shashi Sharma
- 1990 - Tum Mere Ho (You adopt) - Character: Shiva
- 1990 - Language (Heart) - Character: Raja
- 1990 - Awwal Number (Number One) - Character: Sunny
- 1991 - Afsana Pyar Ka (Legendary Love) - Character: Raj
- 1991 - Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (Heart Does Not Understand) - Character: Raghu Jetley
- 1992 - Parampara (Tradition) - Character: Ranvir Prithvi Singh
- 1992 - Daulat Ki Jung - Character: Rajesh Chaudhry
- 1992 - Isi Ka Naam Zindagi - Character: Chhotu
- 1992 - Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (King Alexander Always Wins) - Character: Sanjaylal Sharma
- 1993 - Hum Traitor Rahi Pyar Ke (Planets of the Love Road) - Character: Rahul Malhotra
- 1994 - Andaz Apna Apna (Everyone Has a Style) - Character: Amar Manohar
- 1995 - Aatank Hi Aatank - Character: Rohan
- 1995 - Baazi (Bet) - Character: Amar Damjee
- 1995 - Rangeela (Colorful) - Character: Munna
- 1995 - Akele Hum Akele Tum (I'm Alone, You're Alone) - Character: Rohit Kumar
- 1996 - Raja Hindustani (King of India) - Character: Raja Hindustani
- 1997 - Ishq (Love) - Character: Raja
- 1998 - Earth - 1947 (Toprak) - Character: Dil Navaz
- 1998 - Ghulam (Slave) - Character: Siddharth Marathe
- 1999 - Mann (Heart) - Character: Karan Dev Singh
- 1999 - Sarfarosh (For My Country) - Character: Ajay Singh Rathod
- 2000 - Mela - Character: Kishan Pyare
- 2001 - Dil Chahta Hai (Desire of the Heart) - Character: Akash Malhotra
- 2001 - Lagaan (Tax) - Character: Bhuvan
- 2005 - The Rising: Ballad Barbecue Pandey (Revolt: Barbecue Pandey) - Character: Barbecue Pandey
- 2006 - Rang De Basanti (The Color of Spring / Paint It Yellow) - Character: Daljeet 'DJ' / Chandrashekhar Azad
- 2006 - Fanaa (Disappearance) - Character: Rehan Qadri
- 2007 - Taare Zameen Par (Stars on the Ground / Every Child Is Special) - Character: Ram Shankar Nikumbh
- 2008 - Ghajini - Character: Sanjay Singhania / Sachin
- 2009 - 3 Idiots (3 Fools) - Character: 'Rancho' Shamaldas Chanchad
- 2009 - Luck By Chance - (Guest Player)
- 2010 - Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Chronicles) - Character: Arun
- 2011 - Big In Bollywood (Documentary) - Guest Actor
- 2011 - Delhi Belly - (Guest Player)
- 2012 - Talaash (Wanted) - Character: Surjan Singh Shekhawat
- 2013 - Bombay Talkies - (Guest Player) Character: Aamir Khan (Himself)
- 2013 - Dhoom-3 (Mayhem) - Character: Sahir / Samar
- 2014 - PK (Peekay) - Character: PK
- 2015 - Dil Dhadakne Do (Let the Heart Beat) - Character: Pluto (Voice)
- 2016 - Dangal - Character: Mahavir Singh Phogat
- 2017 - Secret Superstar (Superstar) - Character: Shakti Kumar
- 2018 - Thugs Of Hindostan (India's Bandit) - Character: Gurdeep (Under Construction)
Khan is the son of producer Tahir Hussain and Zeenat Hussain, who was born on March 14, 1965 in Mumbai (Bombay), the capital city of Maharashtra state of India. His uncle, Nasir Hussain, is a producer and director, and some of his relatives are also in the Indian film industry. He is the oldest of his four siblings, his brother Faisal Khan (Actor), two sisters Farhat and Nikhat Khan. His nephew Imran Khan is also one of the leading actors of Indian cinema.
He started his cinema life with two small roles he took at a young age. At the age of eight, he sang in Nasir Hussain's musical Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973). The following year, she portrayed Mahendra Sandhu's youth in the movie Madhosh, produced by his father.
Khan started primary school at JB Petit School and then went to St. She attended Anne's High School until the 8th grade, and her 9th and 10th grade attended the Bombay Scottish School in Mahim. He played tennis in the state championship, even more successful than his training life. Mumbai's completed the 12th grade from Narsee Monjee College. Khan describes his childhood as a "difficult period" due to financial problems he faced due to the failure of the films his father produced; "We were sought for loan payments at least 30 times a day." Khan said, he was at risk of not paying school installments back then.
At the age of 40, she participated in the work of the XNUMX-minute silent movie called Paranoia, directed by her school friend Aditya Bhattacharya. The film, close to Aditya Bhattacharya, was funded by film producer Shriram Lagoo at several thousand Rupees. Khan's family opposed his entry into the film industry because of their negative experience, they wanted him to choose a stable career such as a doctor or engineer instead of cinema. For this reason, the shooting of Paranoia (Paranoia) was kept secret. In the movie, Aamir Khan also starred as well as Victor Banerjee, voiced by Neena Gupta and Bhattacharya. This film experience had encouraged him to continue his film career.
Khan joined a theater group called Avantar, where he worked behind the scenes for more than a year. He took his first stage role in the play Gujarati played in the Prithvi Theater. Khan went on to the theater with two Hindi plays and English plays called the Clearing House. After graduating from high school, he did not attend high school despite the objections of his family, instead he worked as an assistant director in two Indian films Manzil Manzil (1984) and Zabardast (1985) by his uncle Nasir Hussain.
1984-94: Debut and Challenges
Along with assisting his uncle Hussain, he acted in documentary films directed by students of the Indian Film and Television Institute (FTII) at Khan Pune. With her role in these films, she caught the attention of director Ketan Mehta, and she was offered a low-budget trial movie Holi (1984). Holi, with a young and crowded cast, is about a play by Mahesh Elkunchwar and the ways in which the upper classes in school in India cope with Ragging in India. The New York Times movie is a "manners and productive by amateur actors. he wrote in the form of a "melodrama" played in a way. The film, in which Khan played a trivial role as a bully college student, was described by CNN-IBN as a failed production. Holi would not be admired by the wide audience, but would sign the lead actor contract with Juhi Chawla for the movie Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (Apocalypse of the Apocalypse) (1988), directed by Khan Nasir Hussain and his son Mansoor. The film, in which Khan will play the role of Raj, the righteous and handsome son of his neighbor, was a story of unrequited love that families opposed, similar to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet tragedy. Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (Apocalypse of the Apocalypse) proved Khan and Chawla's main commercial success in becoming stars. The film won seven Movie Mouse Awards, including Khan's Best Actor Award. Described as "groundbreaking and trendsetter" on the Bollywood Hungama portal, the film achieved cult movie status in Indian Cinema.
It was made before Aditya Bhattacharya's murder and horror film Raakh (Ashes) Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, which was released in 1989. The movie is about a young man raping his former girlfriend (played by Supriya Pathak) to get revenge. Despite its low box office success, the film was appreciated by critics. Khan Qayamat won the Jury Special / Special Mention Award at the National Film Awards for his performance in Se Qayamat Tak and Raakh films. The following year, they met with Chawla in the commercial failure, Love Love Love.
By 1990, five films of Khan had been released. Awwal Number (Number One), a sports movie, did not receive any awards in the mythological horror movie Tum Mere Ho (You Are Mine), the romance movie Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin (Kahır), and the social drama film Jawani Zindabad. However, the romantic drama Dil (Heart), directed by Indra Kumar, is a great success. Dil, which is about a youth love that families oppose, is very popular among young people, and has become the biggest box office film of the year among Indian films. His success was continued in the blockbuster romantic comedy Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1934), a remake of the 1991 Hollywood movie It Happened One Night, starring Pooja Bhatt.
After that, he starred in several films from the late 80's and early 90's; Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (King Alexander Always Wins) (1992), written by Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (Planets of the Love Road) (1993) and Rangeela (Colorful) (1995). Many of these films received critical acclaim and were commercially successful.    The movie Andaz Apna Apna (Everyone Has A Style) (1994), in which Salman Khan acted as a supporting actor, was not liked by critics at first, but has become one of the cult films over the years.
1995-01: Successful Years in Acting Career and Stagnant Period
Khan continued to star in one or two films a year and became an extraordinary character among acclaimed Indian film actors. The blockbuster Raja Hindustani, directed by Dharmesh Darshan and starring with Karisma Kapoor, was released in 1996. Nominated in seven categories, the film earned him the Filmfare Best Actor Award for the first time and became the most admired movie of the year, as well as having the highest grossing gross Indian movies of the 1990s. Khan's career entered a stagnant period after this success, and for the following few years, most of the films were partially successful. In 1997, Ishq, in which he shared the lead role with Ajay Devgn, Kajol and John Mathew, made a good box office. The following year, Khan achieved partial success with the movie Ghulam, in which he also performed songs in the background.