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Aamir Khan 'dying to show Dangal' to Salman Khan

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has never shied away from showing his love and appreciation for Salman Khan's movies, may that be through his tears after watching 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' or his good words after 'Sultan.'

Now, the actor is dying to show Salman his upcoming movie 'Dangal.'

"I am sure he (Salman Khan) would love to promote my film. I also love to promote his films and I am dying to show it to him also," he told media here.

Further when Aamir was asked whether he would visit 'Bigg Boss,' hosted by Bollywood's Bhaijaan, to promote his upcoming film, he said, "I am not going on TV for promotions. We are having our ads and trailers screened on TV, but I am not going to any show for promotion."

Further strongly denying the rumours that music composer Pritam is not punctual with delivering his works, the 51-year-old actor said, "I think you are defaming Pritam without reason. He is doing everything on time with me. He is giving enough time for this project."

"Now-a-days we are working on the background score together. I never felt Pritam was late with his work or have not given us ample time. He is very involved, very passionate and works with much zest," he added.

Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, 'Dangal' also stars Sakshi Tanwar, Rajkummar Rao, Fatima Sana Shaikh and is slated to release on December 23.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Aamir Khan 'dying to show Dangal' to Salman Khan

Aamir Khan has never shied away from showing his love and appreciation for Salman Khan's movies, may that be through his tears after watching 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' or his good words after 'Sultan.'Now, the actor is dying to show Salman his upcoming movie 'Dangal.'"I am sure he (Salman Khan) would love to promote my film. I also love to promote his films and I am dying to show it to him also," he told media here.Further when Aamir was asked whether he would visit 'Bigg Boss,' hosted by Bollywood's Bhaijaan, to promote his upcoming film, he said, "I am not going on TV for promotions. We are having our ads and trailers screened on TV, but I am not going to any show for promotion."Further strongly denying the rumours that music composer Pritam is not punctual with delivering his works, the 51-year-old actor said, "I think you are defaming Pritam without reason. He is doing everything on time with me. He is giving enough time for this project.""Now-a-days we are working on the background ...

has never shied away from showing his love and appreciation for Salman Khan's movies, may that be through his tears after watching 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' or his good words after 'Sultan.'

Now, the actor is dying to show Salman his upcoming movie 'Dangal.'

"I am sure he (Salman Khan) would love to promote my film. I also love to promote his films and I am dying to show it to him also," he told media here.

Further when Aamir was asked whether he would visit 'Bigg Boss,' hosted by Bollywood's Bhaijaan, to promote his upcoming film, he said, "I am not going on TV for promotions. We are having our ads and trailers screened on TV, but I am not going to any show for promotion."

Further strongly denying the rumours that music composer Pritam is not punctual with delivering his works, the 51-year-old actor said, "I think you are defaming Pritam without reason. He is doing everything on time with me. He is giving enough time for this project."

"Now-a-days we are working on the background score together. I never felt Pritam was late with his work or have not given us ample time. He is very involved, very passionate and works with much zest," he added.

Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, 'Dangal' also stars Sakshi Tanwar, Rajkummar Rao, Fatima Sana Shaikh and is slated to release on December 23.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Aamir Khan 'dying to show Dangal' to Salman Khan

has never shied away from showing his love and appreciation for Salman Khan's movies, may that be through his tears after watching 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' or his good words after 'Sultan.'

Now, the actor is dying to show Salman his upcoming movie 'Dangal.'

"I am sure he (Salman Khan) would love to promote my film. I also love to promote his films and I am dying to show it to him also," he told media here.

Further when Aamir was asked whether he would visit 'Bigg Boss,' hosted by Bollywood's Bhaijaan, to promote his upcoming film, he said, "I am not going on TV for promotions. We are having our ads and trailers screened on TV, but I am not going to any show for promotion."

Further strongly denying the rumours that music composer Pritam is not punctual with delivering his works, the 51-year-old actor said, "I think you are defaming Pritam without reason. He is doing everything on time with me. He is giving enough time for this project."

"Now-a-days we are working on the background score together. I never felt Pritam was late with his work or have not given us ample time. He is very involved, very passionate and works with much zest," he added.

Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, 'Dangal' also stars Sakshi Tanwar, Rajkummar Rao, Fatima Sana Shaikh and is slated to release on December 23.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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