Aamir Khan says Micchami Dukkadam – Here’s why
Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan used the same phrase ‘Micchami Dukkadam’ to seek forgiveness from anyone and everyone, whom he may have hurt in any way.
Mumbai: Aamir Khan took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to apologise and seek forgiveness, a couple of days after the auspicious occasion of Samvatsari, a Jain festival.
It is holy for the followers of Jainism because it is the last day (Samvatsari) of the most important annual event of Paryushana according to the Jain calendar. On this day, Jains use Micchami Dukkadam, a popular phrase, to seek forgiveness from one and all, whom they may have knowingly or unknowingly harmed or hurt.
Hence, the Bollywood superstar used the same phrase to seek forgiveness from anyone and everyone, whom he may have hurt in any way.
Check out Aamir’s tweet here:
— Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) 7 September 2016
In the recent past, Aamir made headlines for all wrong reasons. His previous release – ‘PK’ - too had triggered controversies. Moreover, Aamir’s comments on the “growing intolerance” too had drawn flak from various quarters.
On the work front, the ‘Mr. Perfectionist of Bollywood’ is gearing up for ‘Dangal’, a film based on wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat slated to relaese in December.