Aamir Khan: I'm sure Salman Khan's 'Sultan' will be a good film
Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan has a lot of expectations from his actor-friend Salman Khan's upcoming film "Sultan" and is confident that it will turn out to be good
Superstar Aamir Khan has a lot of expectations from his actor-friend Salman Khan's upcoming film "Sultan" and is confident that it will turn out to be good.
"Salman's films are always very good. I have a lot of expectations from 'Sultan'. I am sure it will be a good film. Like everyone I also wait eagerly for his film," Aamir told reporters in Mumbai at the screening of "Neerja".
Aamir Khan and Salman Khan. File pic
The 'Dabangg' Khan plays a wrestler from Haryana in "Sultan". Aamir also plays the role of a wrestler in his much talked-about film "Dangal".
"Sultan" is scheduled to release on Eid and "Dangal" is expected to hit the cinema houses in December. In "Dangal", a biographical sports-drama directed by Nitesh Tiwari, Aamir plays Mahavir Singh Phogat who taught wrestling to his daughters Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat.
Aamir underwent a drastic change in his looks for the film. "It will be 'Ghajini' look again. For this film, I had to lose and gain weight. I had to gain 25 kg weight in six months and in the beginning my character is young...national level champion wrestler. I have to shoot for the young part," the 50-year-old actor said.
"Like how Sushil Kumar has muscular look...like 'Ghajini'...I have to get that look. I am working on that, it will take six months," he said.