Aamir Khan takes after Dilip Kumar’s style of doing movies: Saira Bano
|Aamir Khan takes after Dilip Kumar’s style of doing movies: Saira Bano|
Veteran on-screen character Saira Bano says whiz Aamir Khan is taking after strides of her fanciful on-screen character spouse Dilip Kumar’s style of doing “significant movies”. “Dilip sahab used to do one film at once in a few years and he did applicable movies like ‘Paigham’, ‘Gunga Jumna’. His classics had significant themes… He totally dedicated time for his vocation,” Bano told columnists here. “I don’t know whether today’s era will have this thing or not. Aamir Khan takes after Yusuf sahab (Dilip Kumar). Indeed, even Shah Rukh Khan is doing work and Salman Khan is additionally doing admirably,” she included. Whenever inquired as to whether there is any unfulfilled long for the 93-year-old performer, Bano said. “No as he has done an extent of movies”.
However the 71-year-old performer uncovers that Kumar needed to resign after “Ram Aur Shyam”. “He terrified me once saying he needs to resign after ‘Ram Aur Shyam’. I argued him… He was doing “Aadmi” and ‘Ram Aur Shyam’,” she said. “I actually let him know kindly don’t do it. I requesting that he proceed. There was a respite in the middle of because of individual issues then he took significant parts likes ‘Kranti’. At that point he sat back and wandered better places and delighted in life,” she included. The “Padosan” star feels the more youthful product of on-screen characters are brilliant and shrewd. “Yusuf sahab (is the) first hotshot of Indian silver screen. Today everybody is great and shrewd. We were not that smart. They know their work exceptionally well, they oversee things pleasantly, they handle their vocation extremely well. Be that as it may, the times are distinctive today. It is an alternate ball game today,” she included. Today, debilitated Kumar, known as the “disaster lord of Bollywood”, was given Padma Vibhushan by Union Home Pastor Rajnath Singh at his living arrangement in rural Bandra for his commitment to Hindi silver screen traversing more than six decades.