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The actor in his blog aamirkhan.com quotes "My God! The past few months have been quite a ride. And the last month the most exciting, nerve racking, exhausting, rejuvenating, draining, enriching. Am I ever going to recover? I feel like I've been stuffed into a washing machine which doesn't have an off button. But no such luck. I start shooting for Ghajini on Jan 22"
The actor also takes a stand on the recent India Australia cricket controversy in Sydney and says he fails to understand why the best team in the world needs to be abusive on the field. On India's win in the Perth Test the cricket buff says the victory tastes sweeter after beating an arrogant team. He says that the world champions should maintain dignity on the field.
Staying with dignity Aamir goes on saying the he was upset with the people who had watched Taare Zameen Par on pirated DVDs and VCDs or illegally on cable television. He added that these people cannot be his true fans or even true fans of Indian cinema. He conclude by saying he was overwhelmed by the response that Taare Zameen Par had received.
|Taare Zameen Par trailer|