Aamir Khan has completed 30 years in the industry and it is definitely one of the most rarest & greatest achievements for any actor to still be as relevant as he was decades ago. Known as the Mr Perfectionist of Bollywood, Aamir has always defined being an ace actor whose movies have always been clean, entertaining, insightful and high on good content. No wonder his movies run just on his name itself. The Bollywood actor who is currently shooting for his next film Thugs Of Hindostan alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Sana Fatima Shaikh debuted in Bollywood with the cult classic Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak which was made by Mansoor Ali Khan and starred Juhi Chawla opposite her. Not many know that the film has two endings, one was a happy one and one was a sad one. The sad ending was selected to be the final ending and it worked wonders for the film. In an interaction with us, Aamir spoke about his first salary for QSQT and the real reason behind selecting the sad ending. Read on…
Talking about his first salary for his debut film, Aamir said, ”I was paid 11,000 rupees for my first film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. I was paid 1,000 rupees per month. And, I think it took approximately one year to complete the film. Thank God there was no demonetization back then (laughs).”
Remembering how they promoted the film back then, he added, ”Well, we used to stick posters on autos & taxis on our own back then. The movie became successful as well but I did not have enough money to buy a car for myself. I still used to travel by an auto or a bus or train. Later, I borrowed a car from my uncle.”
Well, he has definitely come a long way. More power to you Aamir!
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