01/8These iconic films of Aamir Khan proves he's the finest actor of our generation

These iconic films of Aamir Khan proves he's the finest actor of our generation

He’s one the hugest stars Bollywood has ever seen. He wears more than one hat – actor, TV HOST, producer and director. He’s often touted as best actor of the generation, and he’s proved it time and time again, with every film. He’s a perfectionist and we all agree. We’ve round some best films so far, films that are absolute gems and films that prove, that he’s the most stellar actor Bollywood has ever seen.

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02/8Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992)

Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992)

While most 90s films were about mainstream romance, the leading man was either frolicking with his female leads in exotic locales or being her knight in shining armour, beating up 20 goons all at one time, Aamir chose to play an under-dog college student in a coming-of-age sports film. His character’s vulnerability and the growth as the film passes is something all of us resonate with. A brilliant performance at a very tender age – a stellar actor indeed!

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03/8Andaz Apna Apna (1994)

Andaz Apna Apna (1994)

Did you know this cult-classic comedy did not actually do well at the box office? Aamir took a huge leap of faith by playing loitering youth in the comedy. While the risk didn’t pay off immediately, it did pay off eventually. It’s safe to say, the film still remains every movie goers’ favourite comedy. His comic timing in the film remains the highest talking point, even today.

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04/8Ghulam (1998)

Ghulam (1998)

A striking opposite to his then chocolate-boy image, Aamir pleasantly shocked us all by playing the character of a street-smart goon in this intense crime drama. Despite playing a grey-role, the audience collective rooted for him. The film definitely set Aamir apart than the rest of the stars.

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05/8Sarfarosh (1999)

Sarfarosh (1999)

Back then, cop-dramas were larger than life and showcased a cat-and-mouse race that only increased in pace. Sarfarosh was a cop-drama like no other. Aamir not only the new-age smart, no-nonsense police offer, but he played it to perfection.

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06/8Rang De Basanti (2006)

Rang De Basanti (2006)

This multi-starrer film was unconventional film for its time. Despite its talented ensemble cast, Aamir still made his presence felt. Each character goes through their own tumultuous journey, but Aamir’s DJ strikes a chord and stays.

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07/8Taare Zameen Par (2007)

Taare Zameen Par (2007)

Aamir chose to tell the story of dyslexic child for his directorial debut. Not only was the film lauded for its well-researched content, Aamir perfectly emulated the character of a teacher who went beyond his way to help his student.

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08/8PK (2014)

PK (2014)

An alien lands on Earth and starts to question every aspect about human life. It doesn't get more unique than this, right?

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