Aamir Khan who recently celebrated his 52th birthday when asked about his take on nepotism quipped that it's natural human nature to favour family. However he tries not to let that feeling overpower his work ethics.
In the wake of Karan Johar- Kangana Ranaut controversy, the 'Dangal' actor said, "In general, I think it's a very normal human emotion to try and help people who you love and care for. It doesn't have to be someone who is part of your family, it could be someone you care for. It's a very natural emotion. I try to make sure that in my work, I don't let it interface. As a creative person, I am responsible to my audience and I give huge importance to that. I try not to bring emotions in my work."
In a media interaction, Aamir slammed the reports of doing Rakesh Sharma's biopic. He said, "The only film that I am working on is Thugs. That's the only thing I am working on. I haven't signed anything else."
Further while talking about his collaboration with Amitabh Bachchan he said, " have yet to learn so much from Amitji. I am excited to be working with him. It will really be a great learning experience - I know that for sure. Mujhe aisa lagta hai ki unse bahut kuch seekhne ko milega mujhe."
When quizzed if he would mentor the four girls whom he launched in Bollywood, Aamir added, "I hope not, since I feel all four of them are very talented. They are very bright and intelligent girls. I don't think they need my advice but if they do, then I am always there for them. I hope they have wonderful careers. They will be assets to the industry."