It’s been almost 29 years since Aamir Khan made his big Bollywood debut with QSQT and since then he has been one of the top stars of Bollywood. More so after he turned his career around for good with Ghulam, 1947 Earth and then later with Lagaan. Since then he has become a guaranteed box office success and his films have all been applauded by critics as well.
While he has become the poster boy of commercially viable responsible cinema, he has shown his versatility with different kind of roles – be it body transformation for Dangal, Ghajini etc. He has done it all. But still there is one thing that Aamir Khan shies away from, on the big screen. And that thing is ‘the low angle shot’. Yes you read it right. Aamir Khan bars his directors from taking low angle shots of him. Considering that he is perhaps the only actor who has no issues in doing a full length feature film with grey hair and a protruding belly, this indeed comes as a surprise.
A source exclusively told BollywoodLife, “Aamir Khan has this ‘no low angle shot’ clause in his contract. Even when he worked with Ram Gopal Varma back in 1995, the clause restricted Ramu from shooting Aamir Khan that way. Considering RGV has his own ways for shooting a film, with lots of such shots.” Well so now you know, you are never going to see Aamir Khan in low-angle shots. Also read: Why did Ajay Devgn back out of a clash with Aamir Khan and Rajinikanth?
Talking about his films, after the blockbuster success of Dangal, Aamir Khan will next be seen in a special appearance in Secret Superstar. Which is up for an August 4, 2017 release. After that he’ll be seen in Thugs Of Hindostan, which also stars Amitabh Bachchan and is slated for a Diwali 2018 release. There are also reports of him doing a biopic based on the life of astronaut Rakesh Sharma.