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Thursday, 26 October 2017

Aamir Khan Family Marriage Wife Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details

Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan : Family, wife, Son, Daughter, Father, Mother, Children, Photos, Profile, Biography, Biodata, Affairs, Height and Weight and Body (figure) Measurements, Sizes, Date Of Birth, Age, Education Qualifications, School, College, Contact Information, Remuneration, Salary, Income, Debut, Controversies, Girl and Boy friends, Facebook and Twitter and Instagram Links, and more.

Name:Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan
Also Known As:Mr. Perfectionist, The Choco Boy
Date of Birth:14 March 1965
Age:52 Years
Height:in centimeters- 168 cm
in meters- 1.68 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 6”
Sun Sign:Pisces
Eye Colour:Black and Brown
Hair Colour:Brown and Black
Born In:Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Address:Aamir Khan's father was from Bhopal and his mother was from Banaras but they used to live in Lucknow and their ancestors are from Shahabad (near Hardoi), Uttar Pradesh
Education:J.B. Petit School, Mumbai
St. Anne's High School, Bandra, Mumbai
Bombay Scottish School, Mahim, Mumbai
College N/A

Family Details

Mother Name:Zeenat Hussain
Father Name:Late Tahir Hussain (film producer)
Siblings:Farhat Khan and Nikhat Khan (both younger), Faisal Khan (younger)
Chidrens ( Son & Daughter):From 1st wife: Ira Khan (daughter), Junaid Khan (son)
Aamir Khan's Son (Junaid) & Daughter (Ira)
Spouse / Partner ::1st Wife: Reena Dutta (divorced)
2nd Wife: Kiran Rao
Aamir Khan Wife Kiran Rao.
Marriage Date 1st Marriage: April 18, 1986
2nd Marriage: 28 December 2005

Favorites, Social Links, Money Factor, Etc.

Favorites:Favourite Food Mughlai & Baked Chicken (But he has turned into a pure vegetarian guy now)
Favourite Actor Govinda, Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis
Favourite Actress Waheeda Rehman, Geeta Bali
Favourite Sports Tennis, Cricket
Favourite Colour Black
Favourite Film Bollywood: Pyaasa (1957)
Favourite Song Oh Re Taal Mile from the film Anokhi Raat (1968)
Net Worth:$500 Million
Famous As:Actor

Biography & Biodata

Aamir Khan (pronounced [aːmɪr xaːn], Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan, born March 14, 1965), is an actor, director, producer, singer, talk show host and Indian philanthropist  Through his career in Hindi films, Khan has established himself as one of the most popular and influential actors in Indian cinema. He was described by Forbes as "the greatest movie star of the world"  and "the new king of Bollywood". Aamir Khan was also on the Time 100 list . Foreign media have named Aamir Khan as "Mr.Perfectionist",  "King of the Khans",  and "King of Bollywood" [ Aamir Khan is a globally recognized actor, a shrewd producer and a great success. He is very active on the Asian continent and in the Indian diaspora around the world, and is quoted in the media as a superstar with a keen business sense. His films have earned more money at the global box office than any other actor in the history of Indian cinema. According to Forbes and Telegraph, Aamir Khan's pay for Dangal is the highest tax for any actor in the world. He has received numerous awards, including four National Film Awards and nine Filmfare Awards, as well as an Oscar nomination. He was honored by the Government of India with Padma Shri in 2003 and Padma Bhushan in 2010

First life and background

Khan was born on March 14, 1965 in Mumbai to Tahir Hussain, a film producer, and Zeenat Hussain.  Several of his relatives were members of the Hindi film industry, including his late paternal uncle, producer-director Nasir Hussain [33]. He is related to the Indian philosopher Abul Kalam Azad through his grandmother. Khan is the eldest of four brothers and sisters; he has a brother, the actor Faisal Khan, and two sisters, Farhat and Nikhat Khan (married to Santosh Hegde) His nephew, Imran Khan, is a contemporary Hindi film actor.
As a child actor, Khan appeared on screen in two minor roles. At the age of eight, he appeared in a very popular song in the film directed by Nasir Hussain Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973),  which was the first Bollywood masala film. The following year, he interpreted the younger version of Mahendra Sandhu's character in his father's Madhosh production. Khan attended J. B. Small School for his pre-primary education, then moved to St. Anne's High School in Bandra until the eighth grade, and completed his ninth and tenth years at the Bombay Scottish School, Mahim.  He played tennis in state-level championships, and said to be "much more in the sport than studies". He finished his twelfth year at Narsee Monjee College in Mumbai.  Khan described his childhood as "hard" because of the financial problems faced by his father, whose film productions were mostly unsuccessful. He said: "There would be at least 30 calls a day from creditors asking for their money." He was still at risk of being expelled from school for non-payment of fees.
At the age of sixteen, Khan participated in the experimental process of making a 40-minute silent film, Paranoia, which was directed by his school friend Aditya Bhattacharya.  The film was funded by filmmaker Shriram Lagoo, an acquaintance of Bhattacharya, who gave them a few thousand rupees. ​​Khan's parents did not want him to make films, hoping that he would rather pursue a "stable" career as an engineer or doctor.  For this reason, the Paranoia Shooting Program was clandestine.  In the film, he starred alongside actors Neena Gupta and Victor Banerjee, while simultaneously helping Bhattacharya. He said that the experience of working on it encouraged him to pursue a career in cinema.
Khan then joined a theater group called Avantar, where he performed behind-the-scenes activities for over a year. He made his stage debut with a small role in the company's Gujarati play, Kesar Bina, at the Prithvi Theater. [ He went to two of their plays in Hindi, and a play in English, which was titled Clearing House. After finishing high school, Khan decided to drop out of school, preferring to work as Nasir Hussain's assistant director on Hindi films Manzil Manzil (1984) and Zabardast (1985).

Private life

Khan with his wife Kiran Rao at an event in 2012 Khan married Reena Dutta, who had a small role in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, on April 18, 1986. They have two children, a son named Junaid and a daughter, Ira. Reena was involved briefly in Khan's career when she was working as a producer for Lagaan. In December 2002, Khan asked for the divorceReena took custody of both children.On December 28, 2005, Khan married Kiran Rao, who had been assistant director of Ashutosh Gowariker during the filming of Lagaan. On December 5, 2011, Khan and his wife announced the birth of their son, Azad Rao Khan,  through a surrogate mother. In 2007, Khan lost a guard battle for his younger brother Faisal to their father, Tahir Hussain.  His father died on February 2, 2010. [219]A practicing Muslim, Khan with his mother Zeenat, performed the Hajj, an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and a mandatory religious duty for Muslims in 2013. [32] In March 2015, Khan stated that he had stopped eating non-vegetarian food and had adopted a vegan lifestyle after being inspired by his wife.

2nd Wife: Kiran Rao

2nd wife: Azad Rao Khan (son)

1st Wife: Reena Dutta (divorced)

1st wife: Ira Khan (daughter), Junaid Khan (son)


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