Bollywood’s Mr Perfectionist actor Aamir Khan is promoting his upcoming film Laal Singh Chaddha fiercely these days. Aamir Khan is promoting the film in different parts of the country and giving a lot of answers to questions and answers. Lal Singh Chaddha is getting a lot of opposition on social media and social media users are boycotting the film. In such a situation, Aamir Khan is requesting people to watch the film every time. Meanwhile, once again Aamir has given a message to social media users.
For those who don’t want to see the movie…
Aamir Khan also attended an event to mark 25 years of PVR Cinemas. During this, Aamir also talked about the film Lal Singh Chaddha. Viral Bhiyani shared a video of Aamir, in which Aamir says, ‘If I have hurt someone’s heart, with something, then I am sad about that. I don’t want to hurt anyone and other Jin Jins who don’t want to see the film, so I will respect that thing, what can I do. But I would like more and more people to watch the film.
Why is Aamir Khan nervous?
Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha is actually a symbol of his faith. The faith and dedication he has put in the story has made him surpass the long span of 14 years to bring the story of a straight man to the audience. Expressing his feelings and attachment towards the film, Aamir said, “Yes, it took a long time. Exactly 14 years in total but about 8 to 9 years to acquire the rights. So I’m a little excited and nervous. Know that we have made a good film, so it creates panic whether people will like it or not.
Laal Singh Chaddha to release on August 11
Let us tell you that while Aamir has traveled to many places for the shooting of the film, the film has made its way in the most beautiful way making India a magical cinematic wonder. Apart from this, the film also brings together a beautiful journey of Lal’s character from the age of 18 to 50. Recall that Laal Singh Chaddha is the Indian adaptation of Hollywood actor Tom Hanks’ film Forrest Gump. Laal Singh Chaddha, directed by Advait Chandan, will hit the theaters on August 11.