Recreating a multidimensional cinematic portrait of an unparalleled Indian actor
By Sarwat Ali
Aamir Khan has proved many of his critics wrong. He has always managed to reinvent himself with something different to offer and is still the most-talked-about filmmaker in the biggest film industry of the world.
The subcontinental cinema had often been criticised for producing films that roll off the same template. There is hardly any difference in all the films made — the same boy-girl romance pitted against the hostile social values and attitudes that uphold the family honour and name above that of individual initiative and innovation. And all wrapped in the tinsel of the song and dance format. Continue reading