Friday, January 26, 2007

Aamir's debut film gets traced after 20 years

It’s been 19 years that Aamir Khan has been a part of the film industry (this is excluding his childhood performances). He made his debut in with Ketan Mehta’s Holi and his first film as a lead actor was Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. But Aamir had actually done a film even before he acted in Holi. The superstar of today got his first break when the then FTII student Indrajeet Singh Bansal was shooting his diploma film. Indrajeet met Aamir in a Theatre workshop and took him in his film.

In the video, Aamir Khan is seen as a college student and he also dances on the track Kehdu Tumhe from the film Deewar with his onscreen girlfriend in the typical Bollywood style. It is also said that Ketan Mehta signed Aamir for Holi after he saw the clips of this film. The director of the film, Indrajeet Singh says that Aamir was always very innovative and grasped things quickly.

This film has been lying in the library of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) for nearly 20 years now. Though Aamir was never a FTII student, this film has been safely kept with diploma films of other FTII ex-students like Jaya Bachchan and Subhash Ghai.

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