Aamir Khan reveals why Rajinikanth didn't dub for 'Dangal'
Aamir Khan says it was because megastar Rajinikanth's voice is very recognisable that he did not dub for the Tamil version of the forthcoming film 'Dangal'.
Mumbai: Actor-producer Aamir Khan says it was because megastar Rajinikanth's voice is very recognisable that he did not dub for the Tamil version of the forthcoming film 'Dangal'.
"The film is being dubbed in Tamil and Telugu, and yes, I did approach Rajini sir. Rajini sir also loved the film and after discussing it with him, both he and I decided that his voice is too recognisable," Aamir said at an event here on Friday.
"He is so famous and so recognizable, and his voice won't suit my face. I also felt that and he also felt that after discussing it. But he really loved the film, and he was encouraging," Aamir added.
He said he would love to work with Rajinikanth.
Whether he does a Hindi film or a Tamil film, we watch his films in any case. So, I would love for him to do a Hindi film. '2.0' is coming and I am looking forward to that. I would love to work with him again and I am big fan of Rajini sir," said Aamir, whose "Dangal" is an Indian biographical sports drama film.
Aamir brings alive the real life character of Mahavir Singh Phogat, who taught wrestling to his daughters Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat.
The film is releasing on December 23. Aamir said he has requested theatre owners to avoid increasing the price of the movie's ticket.