Laal Singh Chaddha: Why Tom Hanks watched Aamir Khan's 3 Idiots

Publish Date: 07 Aug, 2022 |

Aamir Khan, a veteran actor in Bollywood, is now preparing for the premiere of Laal Singh Chaddha, his forthcoming and eagerly anticipated film. Even though the movie won't be released for another two months, its creators are keeping fans entertained with frequent updates. Laal, played by Aamir Khan, was recently introduced in the film's teaser. Given that the film is an official Hindi adaptation of Tom Hanks' Academy Award–winning Forrest Gump, Aamir Khan appears to have given Hanks' role a lot of thought. But not only Aamir has seen Hanks' movies; Hanks himself has previously seen the Bollywood actor's productions.

Aamir Khan is renowned for breaking his own box office records in India in addition to his flawless acting abilities. The actor has a significant fan following both domestically and abroad. According to a recent article by Bollywood Hungama, Tom Hanks acknowledged having seen some of Aamir Khan's films in the past.

Tom Hanks Saw 3 Idiots

Aamir Khan visited the film's production locations and met with Spielberg. Aamir Khan was hailed to as the "James Cameron of India" by the Jurrasic Park director when he first met Tom Hanks and introduced him to him. Aamir Khan is referred to as such by Spielberg since, like Cameron, he is well renowned for shattering his own box office records. Hanks claimed he has seen Aamir Khan's 2009 film 3 Idiots up to three times, demonstrating his familiarity with the actor and his work.

Zemeckis' refusal to meet with Aamir Khan before Spielberg was brought up by the actor, although the filmmaker acknowledged that they don't always get along. Aamir Khan did not give in and persevered till he was granted the rights to recreate the movie.


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