Bollywood actor Aamir Khan is quite popular among Hollywood actors. If you don’t believe it, we have a strong proof for you. Recently, the 51-year-old actor was clicked having dinner with 'X-Men' star Ian McKellen on Sunday night.
With protesters and the media following him after his controversial remarks on leaving India, the security of Bollywood star Aamir Khan -- who is currently shooting for his upcoming film "Dangal" in the rural areas of Punjab's Ludhiana district -- has been beefed up by Punjab Police.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday refused to be drawn into the controversy over Aamir Khan's remarks on rising intolerance even as the ruling alliance partner Shiv Sena has hit out at the superstar.
After Aamir Khan's statement on the 'intolerance row' going viral on the social media and elsewhere, the actor has been surrounded by a lot of criticism and also by some members of the film fraternity. However, AR Rahman had backed the 'PK' star saying he had faced a similar issue. The statement by Khan has reopened the intolerance issue once again – inviting many differing voices on the same.
Under attack for his remark on the issue of growing intolerance in the country, actor Aamir Khan, in an interview has said that he see's a lot of positivity in the country. In the same interview to a TV news channel on November 11, Aamir has also appreciated PM Modi.
Supporting film star Aamir Khan's voicing of "alarm" over an atmosphere of "insecurity" in the society, Mallikarjun Kharge, the Congress leader in the Lok Sabha, on Tuesday said his party wanted a discussion on the issue of intolerance during the winter session of parliament.