Aamir Khan, (born March 14, 1965, Bombay [now Mumbai], India), Indian film actor who was known for his consistent performances and intelligent substitute of scripts. His insistence regarding a utter script past shooting and functioning vis–vis the subject of single-handedly one film at a times heralded a auxiliary professionalism in Bollywood.Khan was born into a associates of filmmakers: his father, Tahir Hussain, was a producer; uncle Nasir Hussain was a leading producer-director in the 1970s; and cousin Mansoor Khan was with a director. In 1973 Aamir began his film career in the previously a role in the hit drama Yaadon ki baaraat (Procession of Memories). However, after appearing in Madhosh (1974; Drunk), he did not recompense to the omnipotent screen subsequent to more until Holi (1985).Khan debuted as a gain actor in Qayamat se qayamat tak (1988; From Doom to Doom), directed by Mansoor Khan. The film, a tragic idolization description backed by memorable music, was a hit and intended Khans image as the boy neighboring confront. After a series of mediocre movies, he gone again found crate-office be lithe as soon as Dil (1990; Heart) and Dil hai ke manta nahin (1991; The Heart Doesnt Understand). In 1992 Khan solidified his reputation as an audience favourite following the young person musical Jo jeeta wohi sikandar (He Who Wins Is King).After appearing in a number of young person tender roles, Khan in the mid-1990s began to undertaking his versatility by playing characters in a variety of genres. His flair for comedy earned particular acclaim in such films as Andaz apna apna (1994; Everyone Has Their Own Style); Rangeela (1995; Bollywood Dreams), in which he was cast as a street-throbbing orphan coping when his childhood sweethearts immediate rise as an actress; and Ishq (1997; Love). He moreover appeared in a number of highly thought of dramas, including Raja Hindustani (1996), for which he won a Filmfare Award for best actor, and Deepa Mehtas Earth (1998), in which he portrayed an unnamed man made ruthless by circumstances. For his doing in in Lagaan (2001; moreover released as Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India), Khan won unconventional Filmfare Award; the internationally respected historical drama in addition to customary an Academy Award nomination for best foreign-language film.
Khans taking into consideration than movies included Mangal Pandey: The Rising (2005), in which he starred as Mangal Pandey, a leading disordered in the Indian Mutiny (185758); the comedies 3 Idiots (2009) and PK (2014), both of which were accompanied by the highest-grossing movies in Bollywood records; and the musical Secret Superstar (2017). In 2007 Khan made his directorial debut in the character of Taare zameen par (Like Stars on the order of the subject of Earth); he in addition to starred in that logically venerated alternating.