Aamir is known for his hard work and dedication towards his work. He didn’t leave a stone unturned to transform himself from a chocolate boy into a macho man with eight pack abs and pumped up muscles. Now once again he is experimenting with his body for Raj Kumar Hirani’s 3 Idiots.
It is learnt Aamir had to shed 7 to 8 kgs to look like a student. We were shocked to see the lean Aamir. No doubt he was looking much younger than his age. When asked what was more difficult, to put on or lose muscles. “Both were difficult. I had to stretch myself to extreme limits when I was building my body. It was a testing period for me.”
He informs that the decision to let go of the body that he made in the past one year was difficult one. “But I am an actor and my body is my instrument. I have to change my appearance for my roles. Now I had to lose weight for 3 idiots. I am trying to become like my director Murugadoss. Actually my role in 3 idiots is modeled on my director Murugadoss.” He quips.
Having admitted in his last blog to having sleepless nights during his Ghajini’s release time, Aamir has now finally managed to catch some sleep. Presently shooting in IIM Bangalore for 3 Idiots Aamir confesses to having a great time shooting in the IIM campus.
He further states, “Since I am also staying on the campus I save on travel time and as a result I am finally getting to sleep. I can’t tell you how happy I am about that. Raju is an absolute delight to work with and so are the rest of the cast and crew. I’m also really enjoying playing badminton, tennis and chess with the students here. IIMB has a super campus and a great bunch of students and faculty. Importantly everyone seems to be happy here and that is good to see. But mostly I am enjoying catching up on my sleep. What fun.”
He has also expressed his willingness to meet his Bangalore fans and has requested them to post their contact details on his blog. He also has revealed the book which he is reading presently. He says, “I’m reading a great book. Its called India After Gandhi, by Ramchandra Guha. It is a book on Indian History post 1947. Very informative.”