September 19, 2013
Aamir Khan Not Happy With The completion Of Dhoom 3
Yesterday Shah Rukh Khan’s Eid release Chennai Express was in the news for the satellite rights of the film, which have been acquired by upcoming channel End Films, owned by Zee group for Rs40 crore. The record for the highest satellite rights of a film belongs to Salman Khan’s Dabangg2 (Rs44 crore).
Meanwhile, Rajkumar Hirani’s P.K., which was earlier rumoured to have a year-end release, might not be completed on time. “Aamir has already completed a long shooting schedule for Dhoom:3 in Chicago. He was supposed to start shooting for P.K. in January, but in all likelihood, the first half of 2013 will be devoted to wrapping up Dhoom:3. As a result, P.K. might not be completed in time for a Christmas release,” says a trade insider.
“Aamir was the only actor from the lead cast who was present at a suburban studio for the final shoot. As Victor was shooting the last scene, the atmosphere got extremely emotional. After it got over, there was a round of applause that didn’t stop for almost 10 minutes. Everyone got extremely teary-eyed,” a source told.
Meanwhile, the actor also went to say recently that he is not interested in breaking records, be it of Chennai Express. I am not interested in breaking records. I am an artist, and what gives me a high is to entertain my audience, to give them a good time, and to satisfy them emotionally.”
“I want to earn the love of my audience. That is what I am thirsty for. I like to challenge myself and do work that I have not done. I like to surprise my audience. These are the things that I am interested in,” added the superstar.