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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Happy Birthday, Aamir!

It's that special day........
yeah, you guessed it right......
it's Aamir Khan's birthday!

Aamir is busy giving the perfectionist's touches
to a project that's close to his heart......
Satyamev Jayate, his foray into television.

Also eagerly awaited is his next big screen release
Talaash - The Answer Lies Within.

Here's wishing him a very Happy Birthday
and all the best for all his forthcoming ventures.


mehul said...

Happy Birthday, AamirBhai!

Saahil said...

I love Aamir,
I love his films and his persona.
I wish him all the best on his 47th birthday. He is evergreen.
He is simply the BEST!

Joy said...

Aamir Khan is indeed the very best. He keeps setting newer benchmarks with each of his projects. His television project isn't going to be an exception to this. It is based on an apparently unheard of idea, a virgin concept...... and I am sure it'll revolutionize Indian television.
As far as 'Talaash' is concerned, we might have to wait till November, but I am sure it'll be worth the wait.
Happy 47th, Aamir!

diya said...

Mr Aamir Khan is an institution; a perfect blend of style and substance.
I have the highest regard for him.
Hence, I wish him the very best from the core of my heart.

Krishh said...

Cool post:)
By the way, I couldn't have asked for a better treat than the one on Radio One (94.3 FM) Kolkata, today..... all day long the best of Aamir songs on air, and one get tested for one's AK (Aamir Knowledge) in an exciting AC (Aamir Contest), plus Aamir trivia to feat on!
Happy Birthday 'Ace' Khan!

Deep said...

Happy Birthday, Mister Perfectionist!
May you continue to enthrall, inspire and lead.

jeet said...

An ode to Aamir:

Because of you, my idol,
my life is enriched in myriad ways.
Like a cool breeze on a sweltering day,
like a ray of sunshine parting dark & heavy clouds,
you lift me up.
In good times, you make soar,
like a weightless balloon
over a neon rainbow.
In bad times, you are a soothing balm
for my battered soul.
I learn so much from you;
you help me see old things in new ways.
I wonder if you are aware
of the bright seeds you are sowing in me.
I'm a better person for knowing you,
so that everyone I interact with
is touched by your good effect on me.
You do not only entertain,
you relax me, refresh me, renew me.
Your bounteous heart envelops me
in joy and love and peace.
May your life be filled
with dazzling blessings,
just as I am blessed
remaining a loyal fan!

Avi said...

Aamir rules our hearts.
May he prosper each day.
Wishing him a very happy birthday.

ankush said...

I am so happy to see Aamir Khan evolve from an actor and a star to a dynamic game-changer in the staid and formulaic domain of entertainment, he has chosen to make a difference; he makes his presence felt by his original ideas howsoever radical and out-of-the-box.
I wish for happiness always for Aamir Khan!

Anirban Halder said...

Nice post!

Waiting keenly for his television show. Am sure about one thing. It will be a game changer.

LoverBoy said...

TALAASH seems to be a really interesting film that blends mystery and suspense and what better deal can it have than having been helmed by an ace star-cast....... I only wish the film released soon! We are being kept waiting on tenterhooks!

aarav said...

The presence of Kareena Kapoor, Rani Mukherjee and Aamir Khan in 'Talaash' is reason enough to have me excited about the film. Dying to see it, actually! I wish Team Talaash the very best!:)

pallavi said...

Aamir looks good with both Kareena and Rani. Plus, I dig his muchchhi (moustache) as well.

Sharmee said...

Too excited for 'Talaash'!

Neeraj said...

Just listened to the soundtrack of Aamir's upcoming film Talaash, and saying 'I am impressed' would be an understatement. It is a rocking soundtrack album! Ram Sampath has again come with some fantastic creations. My best wishes to the entire team of Talaash and to Aamir, of course!

Eric said...

Looks like Aamir has yet another ace up his sleeve!
TALAASH must live up to our expectations.......
I am bullish about it.
All the best!:)

Manojj said...

My take on 'Talaash':

The film may not have lived up to the expectations of many of the viewers, but I must say that I liked it immensely for a number of reasons. First, the performances by the lead players and even the character-artistes were rock solid. And what made them stand out in particular was the screenplay, which gave ample scope for each of them to find establish themselves and eke out a validating contribution from each other.
The setting and the establishing of the mood, primarily, was awesome. I was hooked, hard not to remain glued to the screen as the mystery unfolded.
The music of 'Talaash' was a robust background score with some moody reflections as songs that accompanied pivotal moments and sentiments on screen.
The twist in the climax was not a major denouement for me nor was it too surprising as I had a hunch for it from the first half itself. Some jarring moments were there - viz. the bit about the planchette and the paranormal - but those could not dampen the overall positive response that the film generated from myself as well as my fellow viewers at the auditorium.