The Dil Chata Hai actor Aamir Khan is a man who chooses his words with great care and importance. No wonder about the statement he made against the ‘intolerance‘ last year, it provoked alot of recriminations and angry protest. When asked to the actor about the ban of the currency notes, nobody should be surprised about the answer he gave at the Geeta’s wedding.
Geeta Phogat is the daughter of Mahavir Phogat, who is the wrestler and even the daughter has opt for the same profession as a wrestler. Aamir Khan plays the onscreen father of Geeta Phogat. It was a big day for the people of Balali in Haryana, especially the women, but at this time the bride was special, as the superstar Aamir Khan attended the wedding on Sunday and he participated in all the rituals as a family member.
The 51 year old actor Aamir Khan who is very close to the family offered the bridal wear to Geeta, but she refused saying that according to tradition its the bride’s maternal uncle who gives the bridal dress. She also said that it was your presence was the best gift. he personally supervised the get the gifts for groom’s family and the bride’s family.
As he appeared in red safa and black Nehru jacket in front of the press he was asked about the ban of currency by the reporters. As reported, Aamir very diplomatically said ” I will not comment on this matter.” further he said ” as the matter of the concern for the wedding preparation i had no issues as all my cash is in the bank and the payments are made by cheque.” he answered this outside the wedding venue in Balali, Haryana.
Aamir Khan did not attend the Cold play concert on saturday and came for the wedding was a grand affair. Aamir khan was photographed with the bride, her father and her family and his co-stars of the films.
Dangal is expected to be one of the biggest films of the year, as it shows how Mahavir Phogat trained her daughter for the sport wrestling despite of the disapproval from the village.Aamir khan has played the young and middle-aged man and he also said “we have tried our best to portray the village as truthfully as possible”