Superstar Aamir Khan has praised the latest Marathi movie 'Sairat' and has asked his fans and well-wishers to go and watch the film.
Aamir, who is currently busy with his upcoming film "Dangal", took to Twitter where he shared that he is still recovering from the shock of the climax.
"Just saw 'Sairat'. I'm heartbroken, still recovering from the shock of the end," Aamir tweeted on Monday.
The 'pk' star also congratulated the film's director Nagraj Manjule and the entire cast and crew of "Sairat".
"Congratulations to Nagraj, Ajay-Atul, Rinku Rajguru, Akash Thosar, Tanaji Galgunde, Arbaaz Shaikh, the entire cast and crew and to Zee (co-producer of the film)," he added.
The actor requested his well-wishers to watch the film.
"Please watch it if you haven't already," Aamir wrote.
The romantic film which released on April 29, has been getting a lot of critical acclaim for the portrayal of the relationship between two young kids, who face several challenges before eloping the village.
"Sairat" is Manjule's second feature movie, after "Fandry" in 2014 which went on to bag the 61st National Film Award for 'Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Film of a Director'.
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