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Aamir Khan's mother and children enjoyed watching 'pk'

Published Dec 6, 2014, 8:41 pm IST
Updated Mar 30, 2019, 8:48 am IST
The actor's youngest son Azad even accompanied him for the film's dubbing sessions

Melbourne: Bollywood star Aamir Khan, who is awaiting the release of his upcoming film 'PK', says it is a complete family movie.

In a bid to create pre-release buzz in Australia for the much-awaited movie, the 49-year-old actor revealed few details about the film to media here through video conferencing organised by the local film distributor company Mind Blowing Films.


"I have no scenes with Sushant Singh Rajput and it is a family movie. I did not have the opportunity to work with Sushant in this film," Aamir said, adding his character is like Chaplanist. It is a family movie and there is nothing objectionable in the movie. It has been seen by my mother and my kids," Aamir said, while clarifying that his naked poster with a transistor on railway tracks is just a moment of the film.

In fact Aamir's three-year-old son Azad reportedly accompanied him for the film's sdubbing sessions, due to which he was one of the first few to watch the film and he instantly fell in love with it,. 


In 'PK', Aamir would be seen sharing screen space with young star Anushka Sharma and Sanjay Dutt.

"I must say that Anushka was a wonderful co-star to work with. With her, I really enjoyed myself," he said.

Asked if he felt any sort of pressure while working with young actors who look up to him, Aamir said, "I don't get pressured by young actors I work with. When I do the shot I'm in a moment."

Without giving out details about the film, Aamir said although there are a lot of speculations about the film, 'PK' is essentially a drama.


"It is not a political satire or any kind of satire.. but it is a film about how we are as people, essentially a drama," he said, adding that director Rajkumar Hirani has tried to convey through humour.

Talking about his costumes in the film, Aamir said that the clothes have been picked up by various people. "All clothes I have worn have been picked up from someone. Costume designers were told that they have to walk around the streets and if they find something interesting they should request that person to give that in an exchange of money or other clothes," Aamir said.


'PK' will hit theatres on December 19.