I was born here, I will die here: Aamir Khan | Memsaab.com

Bollywood actor, as well as producer Aamir Khan who kicked a huge controversy over the intolerance issue last year on Monday, said he had no plans to leave India and he can’t live more than two weeks out of the country

Star Aamir Khan, whose comments while wading into the “intolerance” debate last November had kicked up a huge controversy, hit back, asserting he never meant that he wanted to leave the country or that India was intolerant

Star Aamir Khan, whose comments while wading into the “intolerance” debate last November had kicked up a huge controversy, hit back, asserting he never meant that he wanted to leave the country or that India was intolerant
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Aamir Khan was supplanted as the brand ambassador for the ‘Incredible India’ campaign by actors Amitabh Bachchan and Priyanka Chopra he blames the media for misquoting him. He said: “I love my country and I’m not able to live more than two weeks out of the country. I get homesick
 

The 50-year-old actor Aamir Khan said so, obviously, people will get hurt and I understand their emotions. I am not surprised they are angry with me. But, there is no truth to this all…,”

The 50-year-old actor Aamir Khan said so, obviously, people will get hurt and I understand their emotions. I am not surprised they are angry with me. But, there is no truth to this all…,”
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Aamir Khan words I have never said India is intolerant. Our country is diverse with so many languages, culture… no other country has so much diversity as India and that’s the strength of our country

Bollywood actor Aamir Khan on Monday said that “I love my country, I was born here and I will die here. I have never thought of leaving India and will never take such a step,”

Bollywood actor Aamir Khan on Monday said that “I love my country, I was born here and I will die here. I have never thought of leaving India and will never take such a step,”
In This Image: Aamir Khan
Star Aamir told reporters while celebrating the 10th anniversary event of ‘Rang de Basanti’ “Some people could understand me and some couldn’t. Those who are hurt, I can understand their feelings