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Aamir Khan’s son Azad Rao Khan to play his younger version in ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’
Aamir Khan has finally announced his next project. The actor is soon going to be seen in the official Hindi remake of ‘Forrest Gump’. But did you, even his son Azaad Rao Khan will play an important role in the film!
Talking of ‘Forrest Gump’, it starred Tom Hanks in the lead role. The film revolved around his character and how he becomes a testimony to several historical events that take place in the US, during the 20th century. To say that the story is currently being designed by another superstar (read SALMAN KHAN!) won’t exactly be wrong. ‘Bharat’ also encapsulates the story of one man who witnesses the evolution of India post-the partition.
Aamir who has put his heart and soul into the remake now, will also be taking a similar route. And while ‘Bharat’ begins from Salman’s younger days with good VFX work involved, Aamir’s film begins from the time he’s a child.
Says a source, “Aamir wanted someone authentic to play the younger him in the project. He has told Advait Chandan to get his younger son Azad Rao Khan to play the role of a six-year old Aamir in ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’. They have both agreed on it. Now, it needs to be seen if that finally happens.”
Reports claimed that Aamir wanted elder son Junaid to do a role in the film too, but that’s not true. He just needed a kid to play the younger version of his character in it. And who better than his own son to do it, right?
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