Birthday Special: 7 movies that prove Aamir Khan is Mr.Perfectionist

New Delhi: Bollywood's Mr. Perfectionist, Aamir Khan turns 52 today and it seems like the hotshot is getting stronger and better with his age.In his career spanning over years, Aamir has time and again proved why he deserves the 'Perfectionist' tag.News24 wishes Aamir Happy Birthday and all success in life for his future endeavours. On his 52nd birthday, here are some of the top roles from his treasury:Lagaan 

The cult film, set in India's British raj, saw Aamir playing the rebellious, Bhuvan, who desires everybody to battle against the cruelty of the British rule. Aamir played his character with conviction and established himself as the most versatile actor of his time.

Dil Chahata Hai

Farhan Akhtar’s directorial debut is still considered one of the best movies about friendship and finding love. Fournished with memorable quips, ageless music and fantastic performances, Aamir Khan’s brat act was appreciated by fans, even though he was well past the age of his character’s college passout character.

Taare Zameen Par

In his directorial debut, Taare Zameen Par, Aamir played the character of a concerned, compassionate and communicative art teacher Nikumbh. With this, Aamir earned a permanent spot in Best Screen Teachers of Bollywood compilation for years to come.Ghajini

 With his role in Gajini, Aamir, at 43, came all built up parading his etched body with immaculate eight-pack abs on the silver screen. He played the character of a short-term memory loss patient and business tycoon, Sanjay Singhania.3 Idiots

 Aamir, at 45, played the character of Rancho, a 20-year-old engineering student in 3 Idiots. Indeed, even at this age, Aamir made us believe that he is genuinely a student. With all the mischiefs and satire-filled dialogs, Aamir played the character brilliantly and yet again defined the meaning of word 'perfectionist'.PK

 The movie, which broke numerous box office records, saw Aamir Khan playing the role of an 'Alien' from a different 'Gola'. The film saw him in different avatar. From going totally bare to quirky befuddled outfits, Aamir snatched everybody's attention. His dialogues, child like expressions, entertaining tricks and his Bhojpuri accent etched his character in public memory for ever.


The movie is Indian biographical sports drama film, where Aamir starred as Mahavir Singh Phogat who taught wrestling to his daughters Gita and Babita. During the shooting, Khan suffered various injuries too. Aamir's transformation from being super fat to being fit was on the clock! Anyhow, the movie was the biggest moneyspinner of all the time.