Happy Birthday Aamir Khan: Iconic dialogues that the actor used to make a social statement
Updated On : 14 Mar 2019,04:26 PM
One actor who has always strives for excellence and not just for commercial success is Mr. Perfectionist of Bollywood Aamir Khan. The 54 year old actor has always lived by the values he tried to preach in his movies. Be it the role of an alien, or that of an ageing wrestler, he has breathed life to every character.
From fighting a patriarchal society in Dangal to highlighting sensitive issues such as female foeticide, rape and corruption through a popular television show, Satyamev Jayate, Khan has earned the reputation of being an actor with a social conscience.
One dialogue that can motivate the youth of all times was delivered by Aamir in Rang De Basanti. As the ending scenes gave us goosebumps, the dialogue made a lasting impression on our minds.
Dangal became synonymous to fighting patriarchy. Only an actor would dare to play the character of an aged wrestler and father who could go to any extent to make his daughters make their mark in this male dominated, judgmental world.
3 Idiots is one of those few films that touched the right cord with all the youth who are fighting to meet the demands of the world that is more of rat race. This dialogue was a prelude to those who never measured success and criticism.