Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan (articulated [ˈaːmɪr xaːn]; conceived 14 Walk 1965) is an Indian entertainer, movie chief and maker who works in Hindi movies. Through his vocation traversing north of 30 years, Khan has secured himself as one of the most famous and powerful entertainers of Indian cinema. Khan is the beneficiary of various honors, including nine Filmfare Grants, four Public Film Grants, and an AACTA Grant, with one of his film creations likewise getting a Foundation Grant selection. He was respected by the Public authority of India with the Padma Shri in 2003 and the Padma Bhushan in 2010, and got a privileged title from the Public authority of China in 2017.
Khan originally showed up on screen as a youngster entertainer in his uncle Nasir Hussain’s film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973). As a grown-up, his most memorable component film job was in Holi (1984). He started a full-time acting vocation with a main job in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988). His presentation in Raakh (1989) procured him a Public Film Grant in the Unique Notice classification. He set up a good foundation for himself as a main entertainer during the 1990s by showing up in various monetarily effective movies, including Dil (1990), Raja Hindustani (1996) — for which he won his most memorable Filmfare Grant for Best Entertainer — and Sarfarosh (1999).
In 1999 he established Aamir Khan Creations, whose first film, Lagaan (2001), was selected for the Foundation Grant for Best Unknown dialect Film, and procured him a Public Film Grant for Best Famous Film and two more Filmfare Grants (Best Entertainer and Best Film). Following a four-year break, Khan got back to show up in driving jobs, prominently in Fanaa (2006) and Rang De Basanti (2006). He made his first time at the helm with Taare Zameen Standard (2007), which won him the Filmfare Grants for Best Movie and Best Chief. Khan’s greatest business triumphs accompanied Ghajini (2008), 3 Numbskulls (2009), Dhoom 3 (2013), PK (2014), and Dangal (2016), each having held the record for being the most elevated earning Indian film. Khan won his third Best Entertainer grant at Filmfare for Dangal.
He has a huge worldwide following, particularly in India and China, and has been depicted by Newsweek as “the greatest film star” in the world. He has been routinely recorded among The 500 Most Powerful Muslims of the world. Khan is an extremist and humanitarian, and has stood up for different social causes, some of which have started political controversy. He likewise made and facilitated the TV television show Satyamev Jayate. His work as a social reformer procured him an appearance on the Time 100 rundown of most compelling individuals on the planet in 2013. Khan has been hitched two times and he has three youngsters.