Aamir Khan was a little emotional when he gave a press meet yesterday. The subject of the press meet more or less was about his birthday and the way the Ace Khan celebrates it. He thanked all his fans, friends and well-wishers for their love towards him. An emotional Aamir said, "Kiran wished me first. We went to Imran Khan's house to celebrate. Salman didn't call me yet. Last year was very nice. I am happy with the success of Dhoom 3. This year I am not shooting any film, but only focussing on Satymeva Jayate."
The Dhoom 3 antagonist also said that he always tries to live a healthy life. Slamming the rumours that brand him as an AAP man, he revealed that he is not supporting any political party because he doesn't want to politically influence anyone. He said, "Aam Admi Party is a new party. Let's see what does the party do. I don't support any party. I stand for a cause or a reason not a party. "
He clarified his vision about the country's democratic electoral process, "15 crores of youngsters can vote. Every individual should vote." He also talked about the fantastic journey he had in B-town, "My journey is very exciting. I am grateful to receive the love. I'm celebrating my birthday with my family, my mother, my brother, it's family time for me. It is the gift of life I treasure the most."
On the attitude of his critics, he opined, "When someone tries to do good things, some people are there who try to spread wrong rumours on website. I feel sad when people write bad about my show on social networking sites. But I trust my fans; they believe me. I complained to police about the people who are spreading wrong rumours."
He also included Satyameva Jayate in his statements, "Yes, I take money for Satyameva Jayate hosting. But I take money for good things. I don't do ads now, I don't think of money. I am earning very less financially. I am earning to learn new things which make me feel enriched. He also commented on the much publicised news of his brand new bullet proof car, "My Mercedes is not bullet proof. To live a common man's life for me is not easy, but people know me. I am happy Salman is doing Mission Sapne."
He also revealed an interesting connection with Holi, "I was born on Holi on March 14, 1965. My mother used to say that the nurse even coloured me, the infant, on the day. So Holi is a special day for me."
It can be also noted that Aamir's first film, directed by Ketan Mehta, was titled Holi, in which he played an antagonist character.