Aamir Khan to be 'Drought-Free Maharashtra' ambassador

Perfectionist Aamir Khan, who was replaced from ‘Incredible India’ campaign, is likely to be appointed as the brand ambassador of a key project of the Maharashtra government. The ‘PK’ actor is likely to endorse “drought-free Maharashtra" and promote a flagship irrigation scheme in villages.

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is expected to make the announcement today.

The scheme, "Jalyukt Shivar Abhiyan", aims at making 25,000 villages in the state drought-free in five years.

Aamir Khan was also by the CM of Maharashtra during the "Make In India" cultural event, which had to be cancelled due to a massive fire broke out.

The 50-year-old star faced the wrath of the protestors over his ‘Intolerance’ comment in November/ Following the controversy he was ousted from ‘Incredible India’ campaign as the tenured expired.

On the work front, Aamir Khan is working for 'Dangal'.