Aamir Khan’s fascinating conversion into an old man is just superlative
Same as last week Aamir Khan told that he was going to act in Lal Singh Chaddha which is the authorized transformation of Forest Grump. Aamir disclosed that he will act as a Sardaar in the Hindi transmute and will endure an enormous conversion for his cast. And now the actor has shared a video on his Twitter page where we can see him endure a physical conversion. The video begins with Aamir looking like an old man with a half-bald head also with white hair and whiskers and glasses. He also has a fake stomach which makes him look fat. The whole video is widely covering his conversion into an old man. The actor shared the video, telling, ‘Coming soon…aapke phone pe…’ which means on your phones…
— Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) March 25, 2019
Before, Aamir went over an enormous physical conversion for his films like Dangal, Ghajini, Dhoom 3 and all of them astonished us. Still, this conversion is not for Lal Singh Chaddha but for brand support. Actors generally undergo the conversion currently Ali Fazal underwent a number of physical conversions as he played a number of aspects for the marketing. Shah Rukh Khan too has sustained a physical conversion of an old man for brand support.
Aamir Khan has quite a little of a reputation for trying out various looks. Recall how the actor went on a severe change for his 2016 film Dangal? Aamir, who acted in the role of the wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat in the film, put on weight up to 95 kilos which he later decreased to almost 70 kgs. The actor even reported his fat to fit progress by sharing a video of his body conversion on YouTube.
Related to his work, Aamir Khan was seen in Vijay Krishna Acharya’s Thugs Of Hindostan, in which he co-acted with Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh.
Aamir has also disclosed his scheme on leaving acting. “He was willing towards filmmaking and he simultaneously directed Taare Zameen Par. He has been in love with filmmaking and acting and he can’t disaffect the two but what he says can correct now is that he started his career as an actor and it inspires him. The time he becomes a full-fledged filmmaker he will stop acting. But now, he doesn’t want to end acting, that’s why he was holding back the director in him,” Aamir said during communication with media.
About Lal Singh Chaddha, the film is expected to launch early next year and will be directed by hidden Superstar’s director Advait Chandan. Forrest Gump was based on a 1986 novel by the similar name, written by Winston Groom. Tom Hanks acted as the main character along with Robert Wright and Gary Sinise. The movie got various awards and was the greatest hit of that year. Forrest Gump got many Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Visual Effects, and Best Film Editing. Also, Hanks was complimented for his accomplishment with a Best Actor Oscar award. The movie also went well at the Golden Globes, People’s Choice Awards, and Young Artist Awards.