Aamir Khan filmography

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Aamir Khan is an Indian film actor, producer, director, playback singer, screenwriter, and television personality. Khan first appeared on screen at the age of eight in a cameo appearance for his uncle Nasir Hussain's film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973).[1] In 1983, he acted in and worked as an assistant director on Paranoia, a short film directed by Aditya Bhattacharya,[2] following which he assisted Hussain on two of his directorial ventures—Manzil Manzil (1984) and Zabardast (1985).[2][3] As an adult, Khan's first acting project was a brief role in the 1984 experimental social drama Holi.[4]

Khan's first leading role came opposite Juhi Chawla in the highly successful tragic romance Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988).[5] His performance in the film and in the thriller Raakh (1989) earned him a Special Jury Award at the 36th National Film Awards ceremony.[6] Khan followed this initial success by featuring in a series of box office flops before starring opposite Madhuri Dixit in Dil—a major financial success.[7] He subsequently starred in several commercially successful films in the early 1990s, including the romantic comedy Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991), the sports film Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992), the comedy-drama Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993), for which he co-wrote the screenplay with Robin Bhatt,[8] and the musical drama Rangeela (1995).[9][10] The INR871 million (about US$24.5 million in 1996)[I]-grossing romance Raja Hindustani (1996) garnered Khan his first Filmfare Award for Best Actor,[11][12] and he followed it by playing against type in the Deepa Mehta-directed Canadian-Indian co-production Earth (1998).[13] He featured in the moderately successful action dramas Ghulam (1998), in which he also sang the song "Aati Kya Khandala",[14] and Sarfarosh (1999),[15][16] but found no success in his next two releases—the romance Mann (1999) and the drama Mela (2000).[17]

In 1999, Khan started a production company, Aamir Khan Productions,[18] whose first release Lagaan (2001) was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film,[19] and earned him the National Film Award for Best Popular Film and two Filmfare Awards—Best Film and Best Actor.[20][21] Also in 2001, he starred alongside Saif Ali Khan and Akshaye Khanna in the critically acclaimed drama Dil Chahta Hai.[22] Lagaan and Dil Chahta Hai are cited in the media as defining films of Hindi cinema.[23][24] In 2003, Khan featured in a music video for Roop Kumar Rathod's song "Jab Bhi Chum Leta Hoon".[25] He was awarded the National Film Award for Best Exploration/Adventure Film for producing Madness in the Desert (2004), a documentary on the making of Lagaan.[26] After a four-year absence from film, Khan portrayed the eponymous lead in Mangal Pandey: The Rising (2005), a period film that underperformed at the box office.[27][28] In 2006, he played leading roles in the box office hits Fanaa and Rang De Basanti;[29] the latter earned him the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor.[30] The following year, Khan made his directorial debut with Taare Zameen Par, a drama on dyslexia starring Darsheel Safary, in which Khan also played a supporting role.[31] The film proved a critical and commercial success,[18] winning him the National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare and two more trophies at Filmfare—Best Film and Best Direction.[32][33]

Khan produced the romantic comedy Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na in 2008,[18] after which he played a man suffering from anterograde amnesia in the highly successful psychological thriller Ghajini.[34][35] Khan then played an engineering student in the top grossing comedy-drama 3 Idiots (2009),[36] and a reclusive artist in the critically acclaimed drama Dhobi Ghat (2010), which he also produced.[37] He worked further as a producer on the satire Peepli Live (2010) and the black comedy Delhi Belly (2011);[38] he also performed an item number in the latter.[39] In 2012, Khan developed and featured as the host of the first season of the television talk show Satyamev Jayate.[40] That same year, he produced and starred as a police inspector in the supernatural thriller Talaash: The Answer Lies Within, and reprised his role for an episode of the C.I.D. television series.[41] He co-starred alongside Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra as the antagonist of the over INR5 billion (US$83 million)-grossing adventure film Dhoom 3 in 2013.[42] Following the role, he returned to television in 2014 to host the second season of Satyamev Jayate.[43] Three of Khan's films—Ghajini, 3 Idiots, and Dhoom 3— have held records for being the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time.[42][44][45]

Films[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Credited as Notes Ref.
Actor Producer Other Role
Yaadon Ki Baaraat 1973 Yes Young Ratan[II] Cameo appearance [46]
Madhosh 1974 Yes Young Raj[III] Cameo appearance [46]
Paranoia 1983 Yes Assistant director Unknown Short film [47]
[48]
Manzil Manzil 1984 Assistant director [3]
Holi 1984 Yes Madan Sharma [47]
Zabardast 1985 Assistant director [3]
Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak 1988 Yes Assistant writer Raj National Film Award – Special Jury Award / Special Mention (Feature Film) (also for Raakh)
Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[49]
[50]
[51]
Raakh 1989 Yes Amir Hussein Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[52]
Love Love Love 1989 Yes Amit [7]
Awwal Number 1990 Yes Sunny [7]
Tum Mere Ho 1990 Yes Shiva [7]
Dil 1990 Yes Raja Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[53]
[54]
Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin 1990 Yes Ajay Sharma [7]
Jawani Zindabad 1990 Yes Shashi Sharma [7]
Afsana Pyaar Ka 1991 Yes Raj [55]
Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin 1991 Yes Raghu Jetley Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[56]
Isi Ka Naam Zindagi 1992 Yes Chotu [57]
Daulat Ki Jung 1992 Yes Rajesh Chaudhry [58]
Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar 1992 Yes Sanjaylal Sharma Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[59]
Pehla Nasha 1993 Yes Himself Cameo appearance [60]
Damini – Lightning 1993 Yes Himself Cameo appearance [61]
Parampara 1993 Yes Ranbir Prithvi Singh [62]
Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke 1993 Yes Screenwriter Rahul Malhotra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [8]
[50]
Andaz Apna Apna 1994 Yes Amar Manohar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [63]
[64]
Baazi 1995 Yes Amar Damjee [65]
Aatank Hi Aatank 1995 Yes Rohan [66]
Rangeela 1995 Yes Munna [67]
Akele Hum Akele Tum 1995 Yes Rohit Kumar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[68]
Raja Hindustani 1996 Yes Raja Hindustani Filmfare Award for Best Actor [12]
[50]
Ishq 1997 Yes Raja [69]
Ghulam 1998 Yes Playback singer Siddharth Marathe Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer
[50]
[70]
Earth 1998 Yes Dil Navaz Canadian-Indian film
Released in India as 1947: Earth
[71]
Sarfarosh 1999 Yes Ajay Singh Rathod Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[72]
Mann 1999 Yes Dev Karan Singh [73]
Mela 2000 Yes Playback singer Kishan Pyare [74]
Lagaan 2001 Yes Yes Bhuvan National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment
Filmfare Award for Best Film
Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
[20]
[19]
[50]
Dil Chahta Hai 2001 Yes Akash Malhotra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[75]
Madness in the Desert 2004 Yes Yes Himself Documentary film
Also known as Chale Chalo: The Lunacy of Film Making
National Film Award for Best Exploration/Adventure Film
[26]
[76]
Mangal Pandey: The Rising 2005 Yes Playback singer Mangal Pandey Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[77]
Rang De Basanti 2006 Yes Playback singer Daljit "DJ" Singh/
Chandrashekhar Azad[IV]
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[50]
[78]
Fanaa 2006 Yes Rehan Quadri [79]
Taare Zameen Par 2007 Yes Yes Director/
Playback singer
Ram Shankar Nikumbh National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare
Filmfare Award for Best Film
Filmfare Award for Best Director
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor
[32]
[50]
[80]
[81]
Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na 2008 Yes Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film [82]
[83]
Ghajini 2008 Yes Sanjay Singhania Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[84]
Luck by Chance 2009 Yes Himself Cameo appearance [85]
3 Idiots 2009 Yes Ranchhoddas "Rancho" Shamaldas Chanchad/
Phunsukh Wangdu[V]
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [86]
[87]
Peepli Live 2010 Yes Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film [88]
[89]
Dhobi Ghat 2011 Yes Yes Arun [90]
Big in Bollywood 2011 Yes Himself Documentary film [91]
Delhi Belly 2011 Yes Yes Disco Fighter Special appearance in song "I Hate You (Like I Love You)"
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film
[92]
[93]
Talaash: The Answer Lies Within 2012 Yes Yes Surjan Singh Shekhawat [94]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Yes Himself Special appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [95]
Ru-Ba-Ru 2013 Yes Himself Documentary film [96]
Dhoom 3 2013 Yes Sahir Khan/Samar Khan[VI] [97]
PK Film has yet to be released 2014 Yes PK In production [98]

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Creator(s) Episode(s) Ref.
Satyamev Jayate 2012/14 Host Himself Season 1 & Season 2 [40]
C.I.D. 2012 Surjan Singh Shekhawat B. P. Singh "Red Suitcase Murders" [41]

Music video appearances[edit]

Title Year Performer(s) Director(s) Album Ref.
"Jab Bhi Chum Leta Hoon" 2003 Roop Kumar Rathod Ashok Mehra Pyar Ka Jashn [25]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

^[I] The exchange rate in 1996 was 35.49 Indian rupees (INR) per 1 US dollar (US$).[99]
^[II] Khan played the younger version of Tariq Khan's character in the film.[46]
^[III] Khan played the younger version of Mahendra Sandhu's character in the film.[46]
^[IV] Khan played a character who portrays Chandrashekar Azad in a documentary featured in the film.[100]
^[V] Khan played a character who impersonates another man in the film.[101]
^[VI] Khan performed dual roles in the film.[102]

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