Aamir Khan, who promoted Tiger Shroff during his debut last year, is now supporting a documentary made by his sister, Krishna
Aamir Khan had turned godfather for Tiger Shroff ahead of his Bollywood launch. The star doled out advice and suggestions to the star kid when he was prepping up for his debut film, Heropanti, and also attended the film's trailer launch.
Aamir Khan and Krishna Shroff
Now, Aamir has extended his support to Tiger's younger sister, Krishna, who is co-producing a documentary on transgenders. Says the 22-year-old, "Aamir sir is very close to our family and he knows about my documentary film. My mother (Ayesha Shroff) showed him some raw footage and he liked it."
The documentary was supposed to release in January this year, but has been delayed because the post-production process is taking longer than expected. "We got a lot more footage than expected. So, the editing process is taking time. We shall release the film next year," adds Krishna.
But before the film is thrown open for public viewing in India, Krishna wants to show the film to Aamir. She shares, "Aamir sir is quite aware of social issues and I am sure his inputs on my documentary based on the struggles of transgenders will help.
Though I know he has a busy schedule, I will request him to watch the entire film and give his feedback before its release. One can expect honest opinions from him."
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