Aamir Khan’s Top 5 Different Looks

Aamir KhanAs a wonderful memoir to be dedicated to the legendary performer on the occasion of his forty sixth birthdays, a colorful collage comprising his enriched variety of displays can be easily compiled. Keeping in mind the veteran’s dedicated journey in the film industry covering a long span of twenty four years reminiscing some of his magnificent and multi dimensional characterizations will be wonderfully enchanting.

1. Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander

The film which had the youthful audience on its feet illustrates the boyish charm of the actor’s initial days. The entertaining flick directed by Mansoor Khan characterized much acclaimed Mr. Perfection as a cute lover boy with typical chocolate flair. The similar cutie pie look marked a number of commercial entertainers of the early nineties including “Dil”, “Baazi” not to exclude the phenomenally successful “-Qayamat se Qayamat tak” – which marked the introduction of the versatile performer.

2. Rangeela

Directed by the unconventional strokes of Ram Gopal Verma, Rangeela depicted Aamir as a road toughened Romeo with style statement gearing to the same. His attire consisting of cap, vest along with matching pants and a jacket was wonderfully backed up by gestures and mannerisms guiding similarly bred people. Much appreciated for getting into the bones of the character, Rangeela stands as one of the landmarks in his brilliantly successful career.

3. Lagaan  

 The film boasting of Oscaar nomination portrayed the multifariously talented actor director in the garb of a villager belonging to the pre independence era. The perfection prone actor known for excellent delineation of roles upheld the concept of a typical villager with his turban, waist coat, dhoti and ear ring interspersing the same with acting to suit the same. Directed by the prolifically talented Ashutosh Gowarikar, Lagaan brough out in striking terms the oppression meted out to peasants during the British rule.

4. Dil Chahta Hai

The urban youth look portrayed by Aamir Khan in the movie, ‘Dil Chahata Hai’ was a trend setter and caught the fancy of the young populace. Soon enough the goatee and spiky hairstyle of the actor became a popular choice of fashion statement among the movie lovers.

5. Ghajini 

Another trend setting entertainer had the hero displaying his muscularly framed body shaped out specifically for the same. Semi shaven head with a cut across the same also influenced the style statement of the day. The action packed entertainer brings out the lead actor’s neurological switch over as fallout of violence meted out to his beloved. The film portraying tattooed Amir has the actor giving expression to the varying shades of revenge, pain and anger.

Besides the mentioned films, there are similar trendy ones which go a long way in testifying to the multi faceted domain of his acting. His is a resourceful style where looks and overall gait fall into perfect harmony with that of role playing.