Mumbai, India – Aamir Khan, Bollywood’s Mr. Perfectionist who is known to deliver the blockbusters, has said that while he paints, he feels like Picasso. Khan says that singing songs is what gets him mesmerized thoroughly and the same happens with the painting, when he paints it generates utter pleasures for him.
Aamir Khan essays the role of a painter in Dhobi Ghat. He utters that painting and singing are what bring him super pleasures to relish with. He admits that he does both of these things very badly.
He chips in he loves singing a lot because this way he lands into the good mood but he knows the ones around him get fully disturbed and even inject the fingers into ears but that does not matter to him at all. Khan utters that painting always entices him a lot rather this art gets him truly mesmerized but he knows that he is devoid of any skills of a true painter. Aamir says that one of his paintings was placed at the CD and DVD launch of Dhobi Ghat.
Aamir presented this painting to another painter buddy Salman Khan and then tells the media the same painting is at Salman’s house.
Aamir Khan’s next is Talaash directed by Reema Kagti. He also shares the credit of producer on this film’s crew list. Other producers include Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani.
In Delhi Belly, Khan had done an item number that made bigger waves. Aamir and his wife Kiran Rao recently welcome a baby boy through a surrogate mother. Khan has shown his singing talent many years back in Vikram Bhatt’s movie Ghulam trilling the much popular song ‘Aati Kya Khandala’. In this film, Rani Mukherjee had played the leading actress opposite him. Although the track got pretty popular but the actor knew he could not sing well thus he did not continue the singing job post this movie.