Best Movies of Aamir Khan

Best Movies of Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan, the Bollywood star having world-wide reputation, affects the audiences more and more with each of his movies.  Here are the best movies of Aamir Khan.

  1. Mumbai Diaries (2010): Aamir Khan’s wife, Kiran Rao‘s first directorial experience, came out with an interesting movie. Mumbai Diaries tells about the intersection of four people with different lives.
  2. Talaash, dated 2012 is about the story of a cop, a housewife and a prostitute.
  3. Lagaan, also known as Once Upon a Time in India, was shot in 2001. This masterpiece, which lasted 234 minutes, describes India’s struggle for independence and became an Oscar nominee.
  4. Language chahta hai (2001), having 21 awards, is about 3 different friends who are very close but totally different from each other, explaining their point of view, their relationships, their sorrows.
  5. Dhoom 3 (2013) is an Indian movie you’ve just dreamed of with its exaggerated and funny action scenes. However, it is enough to watch Aamir Khan and Abhishek Bachan together.
  6. Ghajini (2008), a Bolywood adaptation of Christopher Nolan’s famous film Memento, is a valuable movie that gets many good reviews.
  7. Taare zameen par, also known as Every child is special, is Aamir Khan’s first directing experience. It draws attention to the ‘handicapped children’ that we all touch and watch and then we are affected.
  8. 3 idiots (2009) is maybe Aamir Khan’s most popular movie. 3 idiots, who introduced many people to Bollywood, have been featured as the highest ranked Indian film in IMDB for many years.
  9. P.K. (2014) is the comedy of a stranger in a city. P. K. asking questions that no one has asked before. These are innocent, childish questions, but their answers are interesting. People who see P.K.’s innocent eyes are watching their monotonous lives.
  10. Rang de Basanti (2006), considered a “cultural phenomenon”, “reformist melodrama”, nominated at the BAFTA Film Awards. This movie is a lesson for the corrupt, alienated, far-off youth of India.

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