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Whenever Bollywood actor Aamir Khan does a film, he does it with complete perfection. He gives his whole life to make that scene better. In his career spanning 25 years in the industry, Aamir Khan has done many such films which are impossible to compete with.Whenever Bollywood actor Aamir Khan does a film, he does it with complete perfection. He gives his whole life to make that scene better. In his career spanning 25 years in the industry, Aamir Khan has done many such films which are impossible to compete with.Whether it is to gain weight to appear a wrestler in Dangal or to look like a college boy even at the age of 50, he does every role very well. This is the reason why he is called Mr. Perfectionist. But Aamir Khan has been a victim of accidents many times in the process of making the film perfect.
Today we are going to tell you one such incident related to Aamir, where Aamir Khan’s life was narrowly saved. Know what was that scene and during which film this accident was avoided?
This incident is from Aamir's famous film Ghulam. His life was narrowly saved during the shooting of Ghulam. An important part of this film was to be shot on the railway track. Its shooting was being shot at Sanpada Railway Station. In this scene, Aamir Khan had to run in front of the train carrying a flag and he had to jump off the track before coming near the train.
To make the scene even better, Aamir Khan refused to use a double body and went down to shoot the scene himself. The camera rolled to shoot the scene and Aamir started running on the track. The train was fast approaching him. There was only a few seconds left and in time he jumped off the track. At that time the people present on the set had stopped breathing.
Even Aamir was stunned for a moment. It was fortunate that Aamir survived or else a big accident would have happened. Actually, VFX and animation were not used in Bollywood earlier. Because of this, the actors either used to shoot stunt scenes themselves or double body i.e. junior artist was used for them. Due to VFX and animation, now dangerous scenes can be shot in a better way. Now most of the stunts are shot in the studio itself.
Aamir Khan and Rani Mukerji played the lead roles in the 1998 film Ghulam. After its release, the film made the youth crazy and its song 'Aati Kya Khandala' became such a hit that even today people have not been able to forget it.