You can expect anything from Aamir Khan, the Perfectionist. A cricketer in Lagaan, a warrior in Mangal Pandey, a teacher in Taare Zameen Par and now his role in Ghajini has been highly speculated. He might have portrayed varied characters in films but he has an emotional heart. He cried during the recent screening of his film Taare Zameen Par in Seattle for the International Dyslexia Association (IDA).
Aamir couldn't hold back his emotions when 200 odd viewers gave a thunderous standing ovation after the film came to an end. "My God it was so moving. I was so overwhelmed. Then I came forward for the Q&A and saw the tears streaming down the cheeks of the audience. I can't tell you how happy I was to see so many people cry! Needless to say I was part of them, I cry at the drop of a hat. And here were people from all over the world who had dedicated their lives to helping children with learning difficulties," he wrote in his blog.
The actor also wrote: "One of the interesting points which came out of the Q&A was the request from the audience to dub the film into English when re-released here. They felt, and rightly so, that they wanted their children to see the film and were afraid that the smaller kids will not be able to read the subtitles. So I"m going to look into that."
Well, Aamir deserves all the praises!