Teacher's Day: Aamir Khan shares group photo thanking his teachers

Updated: 06 September, 2020 09:53 IST | IANS | Mumbai

Aamir took to his verified Facebook and Twitter accounts to share a group photo with his teachers on the occasion of Teachers' Day on Saturday

Pic courtesy/Aamir Khan's Twitter accouont
Pic courtesy/Aamir Khan's Twitter accouont

When it comes to memories from his student days, actor Aamir Khan evidently remembers each and every teacher who taught him. Aamir took to his verified Facebook and Twitter accounts to share a group photo with his teachers on the occasion of Teachers' Day on Saturday.

"Thank you", he wrote, along with a folded hands emoji. He also mentioned the names of all the teachers featured in the photograph.

"Lucky you to have such great teacher's.. it was the reunion time you got that!" commented a fan on Aamir's Facebook post.

Many fans also recalled his films "3 Idiots" and "Taare Zameen Par", where he played an exceptional student and a caring teacher respectively.

"You have played the role of most fantastic teacher ever in Taare Zameen Par. Nikumbh sir would remain an inspirational character forever for all the teachers! Happy teacher's day," wrote a fan.

"Great Sir. Happy Teachers Day!!! Wish every teachers should have a quality of Nikumbh Sir and every student should have an attitude like Phoonsuk Wangdu," commented another fan.

Aamir Khan recently courted controversy after he met the First Lady of Turkey, Emine Erdogan, while shooting for his upcoming film "Laal Singh Chaddha" in the country. A few comments on his Teachers' Day post trolled the actor over the incident.

"Hello Aamir! I'm waiting with great enthusiasm in Turkey. I hope to see you again," commented a user. "Wers turkeys first lady?" quipped another user.

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First Published: 06 September, 2020 09:10 IST

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