Must-watch movies of Aamir Khan
Be it Aamir Khan’s role as a father, lover, or a police inspector on a mission, he never disappoints his audience. For his amazing acting skills and the variety of roles he has been portraying, he was awarded several awards including Padam Bhushan and Padam Shri. He also earned an Oscar nomination at the 74th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film in the year 2002 for Lagaan.
Here are some of the perfect roles played by Mr. Perfectionist of Bollywood, Aamir Khan.
Ajay Singh Rathod, Sarfarosh (1999):
When a terrorist attack leaves his father and brother severely injured, a medical student quits his career and joins the Indian Police Service to put an end to cross-border terrorism. It took seven years of research to make this film a perfection.
Bhuvan, Lagaan (2001): Bhuvan was a young man who challenges the British for a game of cricket. If he wins the British agree to waive off the taxes on the land of his village for three years. Even though he has agreed to the game, no one knows how to play it. The movie received an Oscar nomination at the 74th Academy Awards.
Akash Malhotra, Dil Chahta Hai (2001): Dil Chahta Hai is the story of three college friends who get separated after their college ends. The pangs of crossed boundaries and learning to forgive each other is what makes this film a worthwhile watch.
Daljeet, Rang De Basanti (2006): Daljeet is selected among his friends to portray the roles of Indian Freedom Fighters for a film. One of his friends who is a pilot in the Indian Army dies due to technical failures in his plane. The government closes the case by putting the blame on the pilot. Daljeet and his friends develop a feeling of patriotism while filming for the movie. When he finds out what the government did, he and his friends set out on a mission to punish the wrongdoers.
Rehan, Fanaa (2006): Rehan is a tourist guide in Delhi. When he meets Zooni, a visually impaired girl, he starts flirting with her. They soon fall in love with each other. But in a terrorist attack, Rehan dies and Zooni is left devastated and pregnant with Rehan’s child. Fast forward a few years and it turns out Rehan was not what he said he was.
Ram Shankar Nikumbh, Taare Zameen Par (2007): Ram Shankar is an art teacher in a boarding school. He meets Ishaan, an 8-year-old, who has dyslexia. He helps him overcome his reading problems, while educating his parents about the natural talents of the child. The movie raised awareness among the people and was India’s entry for the 2009 Academy Awards Best Foreign Film.
Sanjay Singhania, Ghajini (2008): A business tycoon who suffers from acute short-term memory loss after an accident. He tattoos his body to remember the traumatic events that led him down this path. He sets out on a mission to avenge his girlfriend, who was murdered by a man named, Ghajini.
Rancho, 3 Idiots (2009): Rancho is a student with a unique but refreshing outlook on life. He and his friends separate after college and he goes MIA. When Farhan and Raju get a clue on his whereabouts, they set out on a journey to find their best friend. The coming-of-age movie was an inspiring one. No matter how many times you have watched it, it’s always refreshing.
Besides the above-mentioned movies, Mr. Perfectionist has also acted in PK, Dangal, and many more amazing films. Dangal also became the highest-grossing Indian film of all time. In case you are planning to binge-watch some of these perfect movies, save this article, so you don’t have to go about searching for the best.