Exclusive: Aamir Khan’s upcoming movie will be an action one.

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Aamir Khan is without a doubt one of the biggest stars in the nation, having produced numerous films that have grossed more than 300 million dollars, including “Dangal” and “PK.” With his most recent two films, “Laal Singh Chaddha” and “Thugs of Hindostan,” he may have encountered some trouble, but that doesn’t imply he is hopeless.

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Aamir Khan is without a doubt one of the biggest stars in the nation, having produced numerous films that have grossed more than 300 million dollars, including “Dangal” and “PK.” With his most recent two films, “Laal Singh Chaddha” and “Thugs of Hindostan,” he may have encountered some trouble, but that doesn’t imply he is hopeless.

Aamir is interested in making an action movie, according to a source in the industry, and the actor is searching for what should be his next project. “Aamir has always been very good with action, and you can see it in movies like ‘Dhoom 3, ‘Ghajini’, ‘Sarfarosh’, and ‘Ghulam,'” a source told ETimes. In order to avoid repeating himself with the same material, he took a pause in between. But Aamir is currently looking for a script that will give him the chance to act in a thrilling action scene. Our source further said that Aamir spoke with Yash Raj Productions and asked if there was any chance to revive his Sahir and Samar characters for a new Dhoom movie. Aamir’s decision to produce the movie “Campeones” rather than take the lead role in it was exclusively revealed by ETimes last year.

Aamir had discussed this at a press conference and said that while Campeones was a touching tale, he was leaving the movie because he wanted to take a break and spend time with his family. What Mr. Perfectionist ultimately chooses is unknown.

While examining the business of the film industry nowadays, action is regarded as the preferred subgenre. With the action comedy “Pathaan,” Shah Rukh Khan made a triumphant comeback, and with “Jawan,” he intends to continue in the genre. In addition to Hrithik Roshan’s “Fighter” and Ranbir Kapoor’s “Brahastra” universes, Salman Khan owns the “Tiger” franchise. With Siddharth Malhotra’s “Indian Police Officer” and Varun Dhawan’s “Citadel,” action programming is also on the upswing on OTT.

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