Through upcoming film Secret Superstar, actor Aamir Khan will reveal a few secrets of his Bollywood colleagues such as Jeetendra and Anil Kapoor. Aamir Khan told news agency IANS that some elements of his character Shakti Kumaarr are borrowed from real life habits of Jeetendra and Anil Kapoor. "One thing about Anil Kapoor I have noticed is that whenever he is done talking on call, he doesn't say bye once, he says bye about 15-20 times on call. So while speaking with him on call when I say, 'Anil, see you bye.' He says 'Bye, bye, bye, bye, bye' in series. My character uses this trait also," Aamir Khan told IANS. Anil Kapoor, who is currently filming Fanney Khan, attended a special screening of Secret Superstar on Monday evening.
- Aamir Khan's used lines that his colleagues used in their personal life
- Anil Kapoor attended a screening of Aamir's Secret Superstar
- Secret Superstar releases on October 19
Of Jeetendra, Aamir Khan told IANS: "When I met Jeetuji (Jeetendra) for the very first time, I found him as a very humorous person. He had come to visit Nasir (Aamir's uncle filmmaker Nasir Hussain) sahab once and I was sitting with them that time. I was an assistant to Nasir sahab then. Jeetuji said, 'Nasir sahab, I have been offered a film which has a double role'. Jeetuji laughed and said, 'I can't do one role properly and I have been offered two roles'."
"Further, he said that it's perfectly fine, I'll do it well and said 'Buck up India'. The way he said 'Buck Up India,' I found it so charming that time that it remained in my mind, and now also if we meet somewhere, he says, 'Son, you have a release now. Buck Up India! It will do very good'. The way Jeetuji uses that phrase 'Buck up India' is something I like and I have used that in Secret Superstar," Aamir added.
Secret Superstar releases on October 19, a day before Rohit Shetty's Golmaal Again. The film stars Zaira Wasim in lead role.
(With inputs from IANS)