New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who is all set to hit the silver screens with 'Dangal', recently spoke about parenting and what he said made complete sense. The 51-year-old actor stated that kids must be helped by their parents in order to achieve their dreams.
"As a father, I always support my kids to do whatever they wish to do. I believe that parents should support their kids to achieve their dreams rather than decide it for them," he was quoted as saying.
The 'Rang De Basanti' hunk further revealed that his attitude was quite rebellious when he decided to become an actor.
Amir added, “Though in the beginning children go through an indecisive phase, instead of pressurising them to pursue their unfulfilled dreams, parents should help them to find a way to decide a career path. I was quite rebellious when I decided to become an actor.”
The Nitesh Tiwari directorial sees Aamir portraying the role of Mahavir Singh Phogat, who taught wrestling to his daughters Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat. Geeta was India's first female wrestler to win at the 2010 Commonwealth Games where she clinched the gold medal while Babita won the silver.
Aamir plays both the younger and older characters of Phogat in the film. 'Dangal' is scheduled to release on December 23.
(With agency inputs)