Aamir Khan conceived Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan on 14 March 1965) is an Indian movie on-screen character, maker, executive and TV
anchor person. Through his profession crossing thirty years in Hindi movies, Khan has set up himself as a standout amongst the most
famous and compelling on-screen characters of Indian silver screen. He is the beneficiary of various honors, including nine Filmfare Awards, four
National Film Awards, and an AACTA Award, while one of his preparations got an Academy Award designation. He was
regarded by the Government of India with the Padma Shri in 2003 and the Padma Bhushan in 2010,and got a privileged
title from the Government of China in 2017. With an expansive worldwide after, particularly in India and China, he has been portrayed
by Newsweek as “the greatest motion picture star” on the planet.
Khan initially showed up on screen as a tyke performer in his uncle Nasir Hussain’s film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973). As a grown-up, his first
highlight film part was in the test film Holi (1984), and he started a full-time acting profession with a main part in the disastrous
sentiment Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988). His execution in the film and in the spine chiller Raakh (1989) earned him a National
Film Award in the Special Mention class. He set up himself as a main performing artist of Hindi silver screen in the 1990s by
showing up in various financially fruitful movies, including the sentimental dramatizations Dil (1990) and Raja Hindustani (1996),
the last his greatest hit up until at that point and for which he won his first Filmfare Award for Best Actor, and the spine chiller Sarfarosh
(1999). He was likewise noted for playing against compose, in a negative part, in the universally acclaimed
craftsmanship house film 1947: Earth (1998).
In 1999 he established Aamir Khan Productions, whose first film, Lagaan (2001), was assigned for the Academy Award for Best
Remote Language Film, and earned him a National Film Award for Best Popular Film and two more Filmfare Awards (Best
On-screen character and Best Film). Following a four-year nonappearance from the screen, Khan came back to depict driving parts, eminently in the 2006
film industry hits Fanaa and Rang De Basanti. He made his directorial make a big appearance with Taare Zameen Par (2007), a noteworthy achievement that
accumulated him the Filmfare Awards for Best Film and Best Director. Khan’s most noteworthy worldwide achievement accompanied the spine chiller Ghajini
(2008), the parody show 3 Idiots (2009), the activity film Dhoom 3 (2013), the parody PK (2014), and the games biopic Dangal
(2016), each having held the record for being the most noteworthy earning Indian film ever, while Secret Superstar (2017) held the
record for being most astounding netting Indian film highlighting a female hero ever. Khan won his third Best Actor grant at
Filmfare for Dangal, and also Australia’s AACTA Award for Best Asian Film. His movies are frequently known for managing social
issues in Indian culture.
Inside and past the film business, Khan is a dissident and philanthropic, and has taken an interest and stood up for different
social causes, some of which have started political discussion. He has made and facilitated the TV syndicated program Satyamev
Jayate, through which he features delicate social issues in India, sometimes affecting Indian parliament. His
fill in as a social reformer, handling issues running from neediness and training to mishandle and separation, earned him an
appearance on the Time 100 rundown of most powerful individuals on the planet. Khan was hitched to his first spouse, Reena Dutta, for
fifteen years, after which he wedded the movie chief Kiran Rao. He has three kids—two with Dutta, and one with Rao
Early life and foundation
Khan was conceived on 14 March 1965 in Mumbai to Tahir Hussain, a film maker, and Zeenat Hussain. A few of his relatives
were individuals from the Hindi movie industry, including his late fatherly uncle, the maker chief Nasir Hussain. He is identified with
the Indian savant Abul Kalam Azad through his grandma. Khan is the oldest of four kin; he has a sibling, the
on-screen character Faisal Khan, and two sisters, Farhat and Nikhat Khan (wedded to Santosh Hegde). His nephew, Imran Khan, is a
contemporary Hindi film on-screen character.
As a youngster performing artist, Khan showed up on screen in two minor parts. At eight years old, he showed up in an exceedingly famous melody in the
Nasir Hussain-coordinated film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973) which was the principal Bollywood masala film.The following year, he
depicted the more youthful variant of Mahendra Sandhu’s character in his dad’s creation Madhosh. Khan went to J.B. Petit
School for his pre-essential training, later changing to St. Anne’s High School, Bandra till the eighth grade, and finished his
ninth and tenth grade at the Bombay Scottish School, Mahim. He played tennis in state level titles, and turned into a
state level champion. He has maintained he was “substantially more into sports than thinks about”. He finished his twelfth grade from
Mumbai’s Narsee Monjee College. Khan depicted his youth as “extreme” because of the money related issues looked by his dad,
whose film creations were for the most part unsuccessful. He stated, “There would be no less than 30 calls per day
from loan bosses calling for
their cash.” He was dependably in danger of being ousted from school for non-installment of charges.
At sixteen years old, Khan was engaged with the exploratory procedure of making a 40-minute noiseless film, Paranoia, which was
coordinated by his school companion Aditya Bhattacharya.The film was supported by the movie producer Shriram Lagoo, an associate of
Bhattacharya, who gave them a couple of thousand rupees.Khan’s folks did not need him to make films, longing that he
would rather seek after an “unfaltering” profession as a designer or specialist. Thus, the shooting timetable of Paranoia was a
furtive one. In the film, he assumed the lead part close by performing artists Neena Gupta and Victor Banerjee, while at the same time
helping Bhattacharya. He said that the experience of dealing with it urged him to seek after a vocation in film.
Khan along these lines joined an auditorium aggregate called Avantar, where he performed backstage exercises for over a year. He made
his stage make a big appearance with a little part in the organization’s Gujarati play, Kesar Bina, at Prithvi Theater. He went ahead to two of their Hindi
plays, and one English play, which was titled Clearing House. Subsequent to finishing secondary school, Khan chose to cease
examining, picking rather to function as an associate executive to Nasir Hussain on the Hindi movies Manzil (1984) and
1984– 1989: Debut and profession challenges
Notwithstanding helping Hussain, Khan acted in documentaries coordinated by the understudies of FTII, Pune.The chief Ketan Mehta
seen Khan in those movies, and he offered him a part in the low-spending plan test film Holi (1984). Highlighting a group
cast of newcomers, Holi depended on a play by Mahesh Elkunchwar, and managed the act of ragging in India. The New
York Times said that the film was “exaggerated” yet “sufficiently and extravagantly performed by the nonprofessional on-screen characters”.
Khan’s part was that of a rambunctious understudy, an “inconsequential” part that was portrayed by CNN-IBN as “lack[ing] in artfulness”.
Holi neglected to collect an expansive crowd, however Nasir Hussain and his child Mansoor marked him as the main man in Mansoor’s
directorial make a big appearance Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) close by Juhi Chawla.The movie was a story of solitary love and parental
restriction, with Khan depicting Raj, a “well put together, healthy kid adjacent”. The plot was a cutting edge go up against great
awful sentiment stories, for example, Layla and Majnun, Heer Ranjha, and Romeo and Juliet. Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak turned out to be
a noteworthy business achievement, catapulting both Khan and Chawla to fame. It got seven Filmfare Awards including a
Best Male Debut trophy for Khan.The film has since achieved religion status, with Bollywood Hungama acknowledging it as a “way
breaking and pattern setting film” for Indian silver screen. Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak was a turning point ever,
setting the format for Bollywood melodic sentiment films that characterized Hindi silver screen in the 1990s.
The year 1989 saw the arrival of Raakh, a wrongdoing spine chiller from Aditya Bhattacharya that was recorded before the generation of
Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. The film recounts the tale of a young fellow avenging the assault of his ex (played by Supriya
Pathak). In spite of a poor gathering in the cinema world, the film was widely praised. Khan was granted a National Film Award
– Special Jury Award/Special Mention for his exhibitions in both Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak and Raakh.Later that year, he
rejoined with Chawla for the lighthearted comedy Love, a business disappointment.
1990– 2001: Successful vocation and acting break
Khan had five film discharges in 1990. He found no achievement in the game film Awwal Number with Aditya Pancholi and Dev Anand,
the legendary spine chiller Tum Mere Ho, the sentiment Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin and the social show Jawani Zindabad.However,
the Indra Kumar-coordinated sentimental show Dil (inverse Madhuri Dixit) was a noteworthy achievement. A story of parental restriction to
young love, Dil was profoundly mainstream among the youth, and rose as the most astounding earning Hindi film of the year. He
taken after this accomplishment with a main part close by Pooja Bhatt in the lighthearted comedy Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991), a
change of the Hollywood film It Happened One Night (1934), which turned out to be a film industry hit.
Khan showed up in a few different movies in the mid 1990s, including Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992), Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke
(1993) (for which he likewise composed the screenplay), and Rangeela (1995). The vast majority of these movies were effective basically and