Aamir Khan had learned a big lesson from ‘Mahanayak’ and shared an anecdote from ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat’.

Aamir Khan shared many things from his life at the annual summit of ABP Network. He talked about the flops of his previous films, his upcoming films and what he had learned while making his old films. Aamir Khan talked about his beginnings and shared what he learned from Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan.

Aamir Khan started his career with the 1984 film Holi. However, he gained recognition through the blockbuster film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988). Aamir Khan shared an important lesson from his early days at the ABP Network annual summit, we’ll tell you about it.

In the case of ABP Network, Aamir Khan shared things about his rehearsal days. He also shared an anecdote from the film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. He talked about how he was inspired by Amitabh Bachchan. Aamir Khan said I shot Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak in Filmcity. On that day, my cousin Nujat was with me and director Mansoor was setting up the set outside. There was me, Nujat, Jurshi and probably Reena too, sitting in the make-up room. It was a daytime scene, the evening shoot was to take place and we had a break of 1 to 2 hours. We had to shoot a night scene, so we waited until the sun went down.


Aamir Khan further said that during the break, we saw that a film was being shot outside. Voices began to sound, lights came on, and then there was the sound of action. There was an acting rehearsal going on at the time and the actor said that line 100-200 times. At one point I asked: Who rehearses so much? When I went there, opened the door and saw Amit ji (Amitabh Bachchan), Amit ji was rehearsing.

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Aamir Khan further said on the subject, “I was a big fan of his back then.” I sat next to them and started watching them. I realized how hard he worked for a scene. There were no monitors back then. Prakash ji was the director of the film and he said that the scene was ready. However, Amit ji got stuck in the same scene. He went to Prakash ji and started talking to him. That day I learned an important lesson from Amit ji: There is no end to rehearsals.

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