Aamir Khan Attends Award Ceremony After 16 Years

Aamir Khan Attends Award Ceremony After 16 Years
Bollywood icon Aamir Khan broke his record of not being a part of any awards when he attended the Master Dinananth Mangeshkar Awards ceremony in Mumbai on Monday. He received a special award titled, Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar Award to recognise the success of his film Dangal.

Aamir gave all the credit for the success of his film to his team of writers and directors. The actor said, “This is a huge honour for me, director Nitesh Tiwari and the entire team of Dangal. I am very thankful to Lata Mangeshkar and Deenanath Mangeshkar Trust and entire Mangeshkar family.”

“A film gets its birth from its writer. This film has garnered so much love and support all over India, and it's because of Tiwari. He wrote the script of this film and made a brilliant movie out of it."

He further added,

“Whatever I achieved today in the film Industry is all because of writers and directors who have given me opportunity to be a part of their films and work with them.”

On the professional front, Aamir Khan will soon be seen in Secret Superstar and is also prepping up for Thugs of Hindostan alongside Amitabh Bachchan.