10 Not So Perfect Films by Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan

    Today, actor Aamir Khan is known as Mr. Perfectionist as most of the films he has been a part of in last few years have not only performed exceptionally well at the box-office, but have also left some kind of impact on our society. Be it his directorial debut ‘Taare Zameen Par’, where he dealt with the topic of dyslexia, or the recently released film ‘Dangal’, which touched upon the issue of girl empowerment, majority of his movies have elements that click with the audience of all age groups. Besides being high on entertainment, his films have a message which cuts across all social levels. But you would be surprised to know that his choices have not always been so great and classy. In initial years of his career, he, like most of other actors of those times, has done a couple of movies which do not gel seamlessly with the Mr. Perfectionist image Aamir has carved out for himself over the years. Aren’t you very interested to know which movies we are talking about? So, here we bring for you a comprehensive list of 10 not so perfect films by Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan.


    10LOVE LOVE LOVE (1989)

    Not So Perfect Films by Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan

    ‘Love Love Love’ was second film of Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla after the rousing success of their movie ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’. But this time around their pairing did not turn out to be quite beneficial for the makers as the movie met a dismal fate at the box-office. Like most of Aamir Khan movies, expectations were riding tremendously high on ‘Love Love Love’, but unfortunately it could not meet the humongous expectations and fell flat at the ticket window. Perhaps, the audience saw too much of love in its title and hence remained away from it fearing diabetes.

    Also starring Gulshan Grover, Dalip Tahil and Om Shivpuri in important roles, the B. Subhash directorial was about two college students who fall in love, but both are unable to unite because the girl belongs to a family of criminals. Having an average premise, the film opened to mixed reviews on 4th August, 1989. Initially, it got the attention of some audience, but the footfalls kept plummeting in the following days. Soon, the writing was clear on the wall – the audience had rejected the film.

    There was not an ounce of doubt in the minds of movie enthusiasts that Aamir Khan had once again selected a wrong script at the wrong time. After the earth shattering success of ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’, it was expected of him to sign sensible films but it seemed the actor was busy in increasing the number of his films overlooking the quality of the content.

    TRIVIA: Dev Anand had planned to release his film ‘Awwal Number’ with Aamir Khan next after ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’, but instead B. Subhash released his film ‘Love Love Love’ before leaving Dev Sab very offended.

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