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Aamir Khan to remake all his crappy movies to attain perfection

02, Apr 2010 By Pagal Patrakar

Mumbai. Bollywood actor Aamir Khan, better known as Mr. Perfectionist, has declared that he’d remake some of the movies he had acted in during his early career in an attempt to perfect them. These movies, most of which were released in the early 1990’s, are generally reckoned to be crappy, but Aamir believes that he could make them meaningful. Sources say at least three such movies could be remade in the next few years.

“I am tough on myself, tougher on what I represent. I keep challenging myself. I am never satisfied, and that’s what keeps me going.” said Aamir Khan announcing his intentions to touch new emotions, break new grounds, and raise new bars.

Jawani Zindabad
One of the movies of Aamir Khan that somehow didn’t appear perfect to the masses as well as to the critics

Sources inform that three of the crappy movies starring Aamir Khan – Jawani Zindabad, Tum Mere Ho, and Love Love Love – have been identified by Mr. Perfectionist to be remade into modern classics. Out of these, Love Love Love, could actually be directed by none other than James Cameron.

James liked the fact that the word Love appeared three times in the title and instantly proposed the idea of producing and directing the first 3-D romantic movie of India, which was quickly accepted by Aamir.” Box Office expert Taran Adarsh said, hoping that Indian viewers would finally get to witness and experience how close actors were to actresses during the romantic scenes.

While Aamir refused to confirm or deny involvement of James Cameron, he agreed that those three movies were the ones that stood higher chances of being remade.

“I played the role of a snake-charmer at odds with a shape-shifting snake in Tum Mere Ho. This indeed was a challenging role and I think only Al Pacino playing Satan in The Devil’s Advocate comes any closer.” Aamir defended the plot and the role, arguing that a movie flops due to a bad director and not due to a bad actor.

While Aamir Khan fans have been delighted at the news, experts and SRK fans believe that by remaking his own movies, Aamir Khan has tried to answer/copy Shahrukh Khan, whose next movie is Koochie Koochie Hota Hai, remake of his own movie Kuchh Kuchh Hota Hai.