Bollywood's King Shah Rukh Khan and Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan are two of the best actors of the Hindi film industry who have been entertaining audiences for years.
Bollywood's King Shah Rukh Khan and Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan are the two best actors of the Hindi film industry who have been entertaining the audience for years. Shah Rukh and Aamir's fans also love him a lot. At the same time, we all know that Mr. Perfectionist Aamir never goes to any award ceremony. Aamir's films are released and also perform tremendous at the box office but Aamir never goes to the award function, he has been sticking to his decision for years, but very few people know the reason behind doing so.
In fact, in September 1995, Aamir Khan, Urmila Matondkar and Jackie Shroff's film 'Rangeela' was released and in October of the same year, Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol's 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge' was released, the next year, both films were released to Filmfare. Nominated at the awards and Shah Rukh Khan-Aamir Khan in the Best Actor category for these films. Aamir Khan arrived at this award. Aamir hoped that he would get the award for Best Actor but it did not happen. Shahrukh Khan got the award for Best Actor for his film 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge'. It was that day and today is the day Aamir Khan does not participate in any award function.
According to reports, Shah Rukh Khan is very close to the related magazine that organizes the award function, due to which Aamir did not get this award, but Shah Rukh got it.
According to the news, just since then Aamir had decided not to attend any award ceremonies and to this day, he is firm on his decision. Not only this, Aamir Khan also said in one of his interviews that he does not believe in the awards. After this, his name was also announced for the Best Actor Award for Aamir Khan's film 'Raja Hindustani' in the year 1996 but he did not even reach there, after which he has received National Award along with Filmfare so far. But they go to take the National Award but they do not go to any private function even today.