- Aamir unveiled Manjeet Hirani's book 'How To Be Human' in Mumbai
- "I live in the now and never have long-term plans," said Aamir
- Aamir had voiced for Pluto (the dog) in 2014's Dil Dhadakne Do
Speaking about maintaining some discipline in his life, he said, "The only reason I am disciplined is because my work requires me to be so. Otherwise, I am not disciplined," reported IANS.
Manjeet Hirani's book, which talks about how humans should learn the way of life from animals around them, has deeply inspired Aamir. "It's so true that actually we can learn so much not only from our own pets but from animals around us." Aamir had voiced for dog Pluto in the film Dil Dhadakne Do.
Aamir, who is famously known for doing one film each year, said that he wants his entire focus to be on that 'one thing' in hand. "I have realised that no matter what I am doing right now, my entire focus is on that one thing - whether it is eating, meeting somebody, watching a film, shooting a film or a discussion with someone. Whatever I am doing at time, I am fully into that. Nothing else distracts me from that. So, for me it comes naturally. I don't think of the future. Sometimes I multitask when I need to, but I don't enjoy that," reported IANS.
Aamir's Thugs Of Hindostan, also starring Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh, is scheduled to release on Diwali 2018.
(With inputs from IANS)