Mumbai: Aamir Khan said it is out of line to just take the names of the Khans when discussing fame as there are different on-screen characters, who are prevalent and doing to a great work in Bollywood. The 52-year-old on-screen character refered to the case of Akshay Kymar, whose most recent film “Latrine: Ek Prem Katha” has set the money registers ringing.
“I think it isn’t reasonable when you take the three names (Shah Rukh, Salman, Aamir) while discussing stars. There are a few capable stars in our film industry, who are to a great degree well known. Akshay’s film ‘Can: Ek Prem Katha’ is doing great and individuals are preferring it,” Aamir told correspondents.
“Every one of us are there; we are attempting to do great work. Sometimes we succeed but sometime we do not. I don’t figure it should to straightforwardly consider the prompt fame of a man.”
“Secret Superstar” is releasing on Diwali.
“We were attempting to release in August at first. In any case, there was significantly more work despite everything we needed to do, and we wouldn’t have completed it in time, so we pushed it forward. Ordinarily, it is said that people are so charmed on Diwali with the festival that they don’t generally go to watch the movies on that same day, and as indicated by producers and distributors, it isn’t the correct day to release the film.