Aamir Khan seeks forgiveness; internet asks refund for Thugs of Hindostan
Aamir Khan's latest post about 'Michhami Dukhdam' made netizens link it to his film Thugs Of Hindostan and its failure!
On Tuesday, September 4, Aamir Khan took to social media to seek forgiveness. He followed the Jain tradition of Michhami Dukhdam to say sorry. The star wrote, "If I have ever, knowingly or unknowingly caused anyone hurt or pain, I seek forgiveness from you with a bowed head and folded hands. Please forgive me. [sic]"
Many linked his post to his film Thugs Of Hindostan (2018). Netizens told him that they were willing to forgive him for the damp squib as well as for copying Johnny Depp in the action thriller. They also told him not to repeat the mistake. Some users told him the only way he could atone for the sins committed was by providing a refund of the money spent on the tickets.
We wonder what Aamir has to say on this!
Meanwhile, on the work front, Aamir Khan and Saif Ali Khan have reportedly been locked for the Hindi remake of the Tamil hit Vikram Vedha. The Hindi remake will be titled Vikram Veda.
The Tamil film, starring R. Madhavan as the cop Vikram and Vijay Sethupathi as Vedha, drew inspiration from the folk tale of Raja Vikramaditya and the spirit, Betaal, and described the tale in a modern-day set-up.
The Hindi version, which will be directed by Pushkar-Gayatri, who also helmed the Tamil original, is said to have Aamir essay the antagonist with grey shades, while Saif will be seen in the role of the righteous police officer.
While this film is said to be going on floors in March 2020, Aamir has begun work on his next outing Laal Singh Chaddha. His co-star Kareena Kapoor Khan was spotted at Aamir Khan's home on Wednesday - September 4. Though details about the shooting schedule is under wraps, those in the know say the film goes on the floors soon. Bebo and Aamir were earlier seen together in 3 Idiots (2009) and Talaash (2012).
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