Biography & Top 20 Movies Of Aamir Khan

October 30, 2019
Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan

Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan alias Aamir Khan is one of the top actors in Bollywood. He was born on 14 March 1965 in Mumbai. His father Mohammad Tahir Hussain Khan was a well-known producer in the film industry. Aamir’s uncle Nasir Hussain was also a famous director of the film industry. Aamir’s family is originally from Madhya Pradesh. The ancestral property of these people is still in Madhya Pradesh. Many people of his family are still living in Madhya Pradesh.
Aamir Khan has 2 brothers, Farhat Khan and Faisal Khan and 1 sister named Nikhat Khan. Many of Aamir Khan’s relatives are still associated with the film industry. Faizal Khan has also acted in some Bollywood films. However, after some years his health deteriorated due to which he stopped working in films. Aamir Khan’s sister Nikhat Khan was also involved in film production. After marriage with Santosh Hegde, she too has made a distance from the film industry. Mansoor Khan, son of Aamir Khan’s uncle Nasir Hussain, is a famous director in Bollywood. The first film directed by Mansoor Khan was ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’ in 1988. In which Aamir Khan himself played the lead actor for the first time. Thus the film opened the door to success for both cousins. Mansoor Khan’s sister Nuzhat Khan’s son Imran Khan is also a famous actor in Bollywood, which was first launched by Aamir Khan from the film ‘Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na’ in 2008.
Aamir Khan has two marriages. The name of the first wife is Reena Dutta, from whom he got divorced in 2002. After her divorce, she married Kiran Rao in 2005. Aamir met Kiran first time during the shooting of the film ‘Lagaan’. At the same time, Aamir gave his heart to Kiran. He then divorced his first wife Reena and married Kiran. Aamir and Reena have two children, one boy and one girl. Aamir and Kiran have no children, but after marrying Kiran, Aamir obtained a son with the help of surrogate process and is now raising him.
When Aamir Khan was only eight years old, he was first seen in a song in the film ‘Yaadon Ki Baarat’ in 1973. In the film Holi (director- Ketan Mehta), released in 1979, Aamir worked as a student with many actors. As the main actor, he first worked in the film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1979), in which his opposite was Juhi Rice. This was also Juhi Chawla’s first film. This film proved to be a big hit, due to which from the very first film, Aamir made his own special identity with India as well as abroad. After that, Aamir’s career shone a lot. And even after thirty years of giving the first hit film, he is still one of the top actors of Bollywood and is still giving many superhit films.
Bollywood’s highest-grossing film of all time was ‘Dangal’ which is Aamir Khan’s film, which has a total business of Rs.2100 crores which is the record till date.
Here we are giving the list of 20 most hit films of Aamir Khan.

(1) Dangal (2016) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 2100 Crore
(2) Secret Superstar (2017) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 977 Crore
(3) PK (2014) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 854 Crore
(4) Dhoom 3 (2013) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 589 Crore
(5) 3 Idiots (2009) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 460 Crore
(6) Ghajini (2008) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 232 Crore
(7) Talaash: The Answer Lies Within (2012) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 174 Crore
(8) Fanaa (2006) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 105 Crore
(10) Rang De Basanti (2006) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 97 Crore
(11) Taare Zameen Par (2007) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 89 Crore
(12) Raja Hindustani (1996) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 77 Crore
(13) Lagaan (2001) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 67 Crore
(14) Ishq (1997) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 53 Crore
(15) Dil Chahta Hai (2001) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 45 Crore
(16) Rangeela (1995) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 34 Crore
(17) Sarfarosh (1999) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 34 Crore
(18) Ghulam (1998) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 24 Crore
(19) Dil (1990) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 18 Crore
(20) Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) – Worldwide Box Office Collection Rs. 5 Crore

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