Aamir Khan: Kaalakandi is one of the funniest films I have seen in a long time

Aamir Khan is currently prepping up for his next release Thugs Of Hindostan which also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Katrina Kaif. As far as Aamir’s film choices are concerned, he has as an assortment of distinctive films that have been a blockbuster success. Talking about his Twitter account, recently Aamir praised Saif Ali Khan’s Kaalakaandi by writing on Twitter, “Kaalakandi is one of the funniest films I have seen in a long time. Haven’t laughed this much since I read the script of Delhi Belly. Absolutely loved all the performances. Saif was outstanding! What a debut Akshat! Proud of you. Don’t miss this one guys, it releases tom.



Aamir Khan has always entertained the audience with his charm. Aamir Khan’s good decision making skills is evident in his choice of films. Talking about his mantra for success, Aamir had told to a leading Indian daily, “I just pick stories I love – stories which move me. I go a lot with what I am personally feeling towards the story, and at that time, I don’t think of how the audience or the box-office will react. For me, it’s the journey of playing a character, which is exciting. It could be any genre – comedy, action or drama. And I hope that people also love it. Of course, a lot depends on how the film turns out. So, eventually, it’s the teamwork. You have to remember those are not my successes alone. It’s the director’s, writer’s, co-actors’ and all the other departments’, who have contributed to the film.”

Talking about whether he thinks that the beginning of the internet age and increasing number of screens for Hollywood movies is a threat, he said, “I do believe the environment is changing. There is no doubt about that. But I don’t think the internet or Hollywood can ever affect us. I don’t think any external agency can affect us except our own work. If our own work is not good or up to the mark, then it will affect us. The audience comes to watch a film to have a good time. They come not to dislike, but like a film.”