I try not to bring in emotions in my work: Aamir Khan
Mumbai [India], Mar. 14 (ANI): Kangana Ranaut's blaming Karan Johar for nepotism in Bollywood has created a huge storm in the industry with many reacting very strongly to it.
On his 52nd birthday, while speaking to the media here, when Aamir Khan was asked to share his thoughts on the same, he preferred giving a generalised answer, instead of reaction to one specific issue.
Terming "helping your loved ones" to be "very normal human nature," the 'Dangal' actor said that he tries "not to allow that to interfere" in his work.
"It is a very normal human nature to try and help people who you love and care for. It is a very natural thing. It doesn't need to be part of your family. It can be anyone you care for. In my work, I try not to allow that to interfere. I think, my responsibility as an actor is towards my audience and I give that the most importance. I try not to bring in emotions in my work," said Mr. Perfectionist.
Further when he was asked about the four 'Dangal' girls- Fatima Sana Shaikh, Zaira Wasim, Sanya Malhotra and Suhani Bhatnagar- Aamir said, "they will be big assert to the industry."
"All four of them are very talented, bright and intelligent girls. I don't think they need my advice. If they do, I am always there for them, I think they will be big assert to the industry," he said. (ANI)