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I’d love to do regional films: Aamir Khan

Submitted by on May 5, 2012 – 12:21 pmNo Comment |



Bollywood actor Aamir Khan says that he is not averse to the idea of doing regional films. Aamir was interacting with a leading daily, while he was at Cochin recently when he made the revelation. He also admitted that language could indeed be a barrier when it comes to doing regional films.

Aamir added that it would indeed be wonderful to feel one with the people of a state through their language. He agreed that as an actor he has always believed in walking a different path, and has never followed a way chosen by others. He said that he would always follow his instincts in understanding people as well as the life around him.

Aamir who is known as a perfectionist in the work that he does has come up with some amazingly out-of-the-box projects in recent years. Right now he is busy with the reality show ‘Satyameva Jayate’, and would soon be seen in films like ‘Talaash’ and ‘Dhoom 3′.



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