'For me, it was the script. When I was listening to the script, I was very stressed and tense as I could not predict what is going to happen (in the story). So I found the story very exciting,' said Aamir. The actor, who spoke on the sidelines of a recent event here, says the movie goes beyond being a mere thriller.
'It's not only a drama and a suspense, but also a very emotional story. We all love someone or the other, who is close to us - our parents, our children, husband or wife, or lover. We are always scared of losing them,' he said. Directed by Reema Kagti, 'Talaash' also stars Rani Mukerji and Kareena Kapoor. It hits the screens Nov 30.
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