Seen in this picture is baby Aamir Khan with his elder sister Nikhat Khan, father Tahir Hussain and mother Zeenat Hussain. The Dangal star has always been vocal about his fondness for his sister and is still so close to her. She’s a producer by profession and even produced their father’s first directorial venture Tum Mere Ho in 1990.
Aamir Khan's Bollywood career began with his uncle Nasir Hussain's film Yaadon Ki Baaraat as a child actor in 1973 and Aamir is perfectionist since then. He was just eight years old when he made his first on-screen appearance, but interestingly for Aamir Khan, visiting the film sets as a child was nerve-racking. In an interview with Zoom, the Dangal actor had revealed that he used to find the film sets very scary because of their setting.
Aamir Khan was very interested in lawn tennis during his school days and also represented his school in lawn tennis in several state level championships. Aamir Khan's dedication towards the sport was such that even during Ramzan days, he never used to miss a single practice session.
Not many know about Aamir Khan's love for animals. The 3 Idiots actor was not just fond of dogs and cats but snakes too. The fascination for snakes was such that he brought a baby cobra from the sets of Tum Mere Ho to his home.
Aamir Khan is quite an avid reader in real life. His pocket money, which was just Rs 20 a month, went into buying books. In an interview with Film Street Journal, Aamir had earlier said,
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