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I feel what he said is unfortunate and rather insensitive, says Aamir Khan on Salman Khan's rape remark

I feel what he said is unfortunate and rather insensitive, says Aamir Khan on Salman Khan's rape remark

I feel what he said is unfortunate and rather insensitive, says Aamir Khan on Salman Khan's rape remark

Aamir Khan is happy to have son Azad through surrogacy

Aamir Khan is happy to have son Azad through surrogacy

Mumbai, Aug. 16 : Aamir Khan recently admitted that he and wife Kiran Rao are happy to have their son Azad, now three-year-old, through surrogacy and asked people to be aware of it.

"There was no difficulty, we both wanted to have a child. We were happy when Azad was born. We wanted to be clear about how we conceived the child. We did not do anything wrong and people should be aware of it. We are very happy that we gave birth to a child through IVF surrogacy," the actor told media here during a launch event of a fertility clinic yesterday.

Terrorists have nothing to do with religion: Aamir Khan

Terrorists have nothing to do with religion: Aamir Khan

Mumbai, July 7 : Aamir Khan, one of the most rational celebrities in the B-Town, today said terrorists have nothing to do with religion.

"According to me, there's no comparison between terrorism and religion; they have nothing to do with religion. May they be Sikh, Hindu, Muslim or Christian, they actually have nothing to do with religion, although they shout in the name of religion. If they would have actually loved their religion, they would have known that religion teaches us love," he told media here when quizzed on controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik.

Prasoon Joshi does not support Sunny Leone's profession!

Prasoon Joshi does not support Sunny Leone's profession!

Mumbai, Jan. 26 - When the whole industry, specifically Aamir Khan, came out in support of Sunny Leone after a rather unseemly drubbing by the anchor of a prominent news channel, lyricist and screenwriter Prasoon Joshi struck a different note.

At an event yesterday to mark 10 years of the cult film ' Rang De Basanti', the 44-year-old lyricist, said that he was not in the habit of insulting a person publicly, but that that did not mean that he is in favour of Leone's past profession.

Aamir`s intolerance comment was extreme, not irrelevant, says Sonam

Aamir`s intolerance comment was extreme, not irrelevant, says Sonam

Karachi, Dec. 13 - Aamir Khan's much hyped intolerance statement got him a lot of haters and offenders, but he has also got a supporter in the face of Sonam Kapoor, who thinks that though the actor's comments were too extreme, they weren't irrelevant.

Aamir Khan can't wait to watch 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'

Aamir Khan can't wait to watch 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'

New Delhi, July 16 : Looks like Salman Khan's 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' has created quite a stir in Bollywood as perfectionist Aamir Khan has expressed his desire to watch Salman's latest action flick.

The 'PK star took to Twitter and posted, "Can't wait to watch Bajrangi Bhaijan!!!".

The 50-year-old actor, whose Twitter outings are rare, was one of the early birds to unveil the first look of ' Bajrangi Bhaijaan' on the microblogging site in May.

'Bajrangi Bhaijan' that also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in prominent roles will hit the theatres on July 17. (ANI)

Hirani won the best director gong for Aamir Khan-starrer

Hirani won the best director gong for Aamir Khan-starrer

"PK", a satire on Godmen, after beating Bahl ('Queen'), Bhardwaj ('Haider'), Abhishek Varman ('2 States') and Imtiaz Ali ('Highway').

"This film fearlessly talked about religion in the country and I want to thank my father and mother for it. Like Subhash Ghai, I also feel a film is incomplete without the help of technicians and actors," Hirani said.

Deepika Padukone, who was nominated in the best actress category for her stint as a dance teacher in the multi-starrer "Happy New Year", took home the Woman of the Year award.

We need to redefine masculinity in India: Aamir Khan

We need to redefine masculinity in India: Aamir Khan

New York: As India continues to grapple with the problem of rape and violence against women, superstar Aamir Khan said the "balance of power" needs to change in India and the definition of masculinity should be redefined.

Khan, 49, was in the city to speak at the prestigious sixth annual "Women in the World" summit presented by renowned journalist and author Tina Brown in association with the New York Times here. "Rape is a big issue in India," Khan said in a session titled "Tackling India's Taboos".

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