Aamir's book wish

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan has said that if he ever had to write a book, narrating his experience in Bollywood would be the obvious choice. The actor was asked what subject he would choose to pen a book on at the launch of How To Be Human, written by filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani’s wife, Manjeet. The star, however, added that he had not given any serious thought to it as films keep him occupied. “I have never thought about it. But my natural inclination would be to write about my experiences in my career and life. I, however, am always busy with films so I never get time to look back at my life and think. Many people have told me to write something,” he said. 

  • Published 9.03.18
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Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan has said that if he ever had to write a book, narrating his experience in Bollywood would be the obvious choice. The actor was asked what subject he would choose to pen a book on at the launch of How To Be Human, written by filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani’s wife, Manjeet. The star, however, added that he had not given any serious thought to it as films keep him occupied. “I have never thought about it. But my natural inclination would be to write about my experiences in my career and life. I, however, am always busy with films so I never get time to look back at my life and think. Many people have told me to write something,” he said. 

“Sometimes, even I have thought of recording my feelings so that I can use the material later. But I haven’t given this a serious consideration.” 

Aamir began his career as a child artiste in the 1970s in Yaadon ki Baaraat, before taking the plunge into full-time acting in the following decade with films produced by his uncle Nasir Hussain.

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