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Aamir Khan

Amir Khan is an Indian actor, director and producer who is known far beyond the borders of India. His career began in the 1980s. Since then, Aamir Khan has starred in more than 40 films. In addition to Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, with whom he is neither related nor related by marriage, Amir Khan has occupied the throne of Bollywood cinema without competition since the 1990s.

Aamir Khan was born on March 14, 1965 in Mumbai into a film clan. His father Tahir Hussain is a film producer, his uncle Nasir Hussain was a director, his cousin Mansoor Hussain is also a director and his younger brother Faisal Khan followed in Aamir Khan's footsteps and also became an actor.

Aamir Khan made his film debut as a child in the film Yaadon ki Baaraat, directed by his uncle Nassir Hussain. His breakthrough came in 1988 with the film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. Aamir Khan was seen here for the first time with the former model Juhi Chawla and from now on formed one of the famous screen couples of Bollywood with her.

In the following years, Aamir Khan established himself as a big star with a number of successes, including Raja Hindustani. In 2005, after a four-year break, Aamir Khan came back with the brilliant historical epic The Rising.

Aamir Khan founded his production company Aamir Khan Productions to produce Ashutosh Gowariker's Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India. Aamir Khan's first ever production, Lagaan, won numerous awards, including an Oscar nomination for best foreign language film in 2001. His directorial debut, Taare Zameen Par - A Star on Earth, in which Aamir Khan also stars, was India's 2008 Oscar entry.

Other productions by Aamir Khan were You love me, you don't love me - Jaane do… ya jaane na and Live from Peepli - Somewhere in India, the first Indian film ever to be seen in the Sundance competition. In 2010, Amir Khan Kiran Raos produced the Bombay Diaries, which premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.

Aamir Khan is a specialty in the Indian film industry: he distances himself from the tried and tested popular Indian film, the so-called Bollywood cinema, and is very committed to talented young filmmakers and gives them and established directors the opportunity to create innovative film experiences, that challenge the usual status quo. As early as 2002, Aamir Khan received the fourth highest civil order, the Padma-Shri, from the President of India, and in 2010 the third highest, the Padma-Bhushan. (Source: Rapid Eye Movies)