Mumbai, Nov 29 : Superstar Aamir Khan, whose new film "Talaash' releases Friday, has urged his fans not to reveal the suspense of the film in public.
"Hey Guys, 'Talaash' is releasing. Hope you like it. One request to those of you who see the film, please don't let out the suspense. Thanks! Lots of love," Aamir wrote on his Facebook page.
Mumbai, Nov 27 : The buzz around Aamir Khan's "Talaash", releasing Friday, is so strong that certain theatres opened their ticket counters on Nov 25 itself and they are ovewhelmed by the response.
"Talaash" is a crime thriller and it is Aamir's first release after "3 Idiots". The movie, directed by Reema Kagti, also features Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukerji and is coming out Friday.
New Delhi, Nov 26 : After winning over audiences with his fun-loving and enduring character Rancho in 2009 film "3 idiots", actor Aamir Khan is set to take his fans on a thrilling trip with his next film "Talaash", which is ready to hit screens Friday.
Directed by Reema Kagti, the film promises a lot of suspense, drama and thrill.
Mumbai,Nov 20 : Aamir Khan's dedication and professionalism has left officials at channel Sony very impressed.
He gave the channel ample time for the shooting of two special episodes of "C. I. D." to promote his forthcoming movie "Talaash", releasing Nov 30.
Mumbai, Nov 19 : Bollywood star Aamir Khan recently shot a special episode of TV show "C. I. D." to promote his forthcoming film "Talaash". Shivaji Satam, who plays ACP Pradyuman in the crime thriller show, says Aamir is a no-hassle actor.
"He is a professional and has no ego hassles, no tantrums. He is just like us. He follows the given lines and listens to the director," Shivaji said during the shoot of the episode.
New Delhi, Nov 19 - Bollywood star Aamir Khan interacted with night patrolling policemen to know more about their work after sunset so that he could give perfect shots in his forthcoming thriller "Talaash".
The 47-year-old will be seen as Inspector Surjan Singh Shekhawat in the film for which many scenes were shot after sunset.
New Delhi, Nov 17 - Remember Aamir Khan's shower scene in "Ghajini", which turned out to be a turning point in the film? A similar shot will feature in the actor-filmmaker's new film "Talaash" too.
If sources are to be believed, a shower scene in "Talaash" will also play a pivotal part in the movie. It will see Aamir, who plays Inspector Shekhawat, get to the root of the problem that he fights against.
Mumbai, Nov 17 - Bollywood star Aamir Khan will be seen in two episodes of TV crime thriller "C. I. D".
He will be on the Sony TV show to promote his movie "Talaash", a suspense thriller, releasing Nov 30.
"So Aamir Khan will be on 'C. I. D.' next week. Full on in both the episodes," Sneha Rajani, senior executive vice president and business head, Sony, shared on Twitter.
Mumbai, Nov 12 : Actor Aamir Khan, who plays a cop in his next film "Talaash", says the script, which is thrilling yet emotional, attracted him most to the project.
"For me, it was the script. When I was listening to the script, I was very stressed and tense as I could not predict what is going to happen (in the story). So I found the story very exciting," said Aamir.
Mumbai, Nov 9 : He is known for his meticulous planning and early promotion of his films, but superstar Aamir Khan has bent his own rules for "Talaash", which hits screens Nov 30.
With two biggies - "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" (JTHJ) and "Son of Sardaar" (SOS) - gearing up for release this Diwali Nov 13, Aamir strategically decided to stay away from any animosity by scheduling the promotions of "Talaash" post the festival.
Film: "Talaash"; Music Director: Ram Sampath; Lyricist: Javed Akhtar; Singers: Suman Sridhar, Vishal Dadlani, Sona Mahapatra, Ravindra Upadhyay and Ram Sampath; Rating: ***
Ram Sampath, who entertained music lovers with the quirky and peppy numbers in "Delhi Belly", has composed for "Talaash" five original tracks and one remix, with the lyrics being penned by Javed Akhtar.
Mumbai, Oct 20 : Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan left for Haj pilgrimage with his mother Zeenat Hussain to the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
Khan left from Mumbai on Friday night.
The pilgrimage came in between the hectic schedule of the promotion of his much-awaited forthcoming crime thriller ''Talaash''.
New Delhi, Oct 18 : Bollywood star Aamir Khan, along with Star India CEO Uday Shankar, was Thursday honoured for creating awareness against social discrimination through the issue-based reality show "Satyamev Jayate". The actor says the award is special.
Aamir and Shankar were conferred the honour by National Commission for Scheduled Castes at a function here.
New Delhi, Oct 12 : Aamir Khan has always adopted innovative ways to promote his new films and his upcoming film "Talaash" is no different. The actor plans to recreate Hotel Lido from the movie as part of the music launch.
According to sources, the entire venue of the music launch will look like Hotel Lido, which is an important aspect of the film.
New Delhi, Oct 11 : A special song has been shot for Aamir Khan-starrer suspense thriller "Talaash" and in the song all the suspects of a crime come under one roof.
In the Reema Kagti-directed film, the song "Muskaane jhoothi hain" has been shot to raise the anticipation among the audiences, said a source.
Mumbai, Oct 5 : Real-life crime cases have always inspired filmmakers and it seems Aamir Khan is bitten by the same bug too. The story of his upcoming film "Talaash" revolves around a murder and reportedly it bears resemblance to much-publicised Aarushi murder case.
Mumbai, Aug 30 - Aamir Khan surely goes out of his way for causes that are close to his heart. The actor, busy with a shooting schedule in Chicago, made time to write to "Jalpari: The Desert Mermaid" director Nila Madhab Panda, expressing his desire to watch the movie on female foeticide.
As a subject, female foeticide is very sensitive for Aamir, who dealt with it in all its seriousness on his debut TV show "Satyamev Jayate".
New Delhi, Aug 1 : Bollywood star Aamir Khan can now take pride in owning legendary actor Shammi Kapoor's jacket, one among the six film memorabilia items he bid for, at the Osian's Cinefan auction here. Aamir spent a total of Rs. 238,000 at the event.
The auction, held here Tuesday, was held as part of the ongoing 12th Osian's-Cinefan Film Festival. It turned out to be a success with sales of Rs. 69.55 lakh and 86 percent lots sold.
Mumbai, July 27 - Aamir Khan, who was scheduled to leave for Chicago for the shooting of "Dhoom 3" Aug 3, will now leave a day later. He doesn't want to miss out being a part of his sister Nikhat's 50th birthday celebrations.
Nikhat turns 50 Aug 3, a day after Raksha Bandhan.
New Delhi, July 16 - Actor-activist Aamir Khan Monday met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and union minister Mukul Wasnik here and raised the issue of the plight of manual scavengers in the country.
Aamir called on the prime minister at his official residence at 7, Race Course Road, and sought that the practice be done away with.
New Delhi, July 16 : Bollywood actor Aamir Khan, who met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at his official 7, Race Course Road residence here on Monday, said he has been assured by the latter that the government would take steps against manual scavengers.
Mumbai, July 11 - Aamir Khan has started shooting for "Dhoom 3" and says that he is keeping his looks simple for his anti-hero role in the actioner.
It has been reported that the actor was not happy with his hair style in the movie. But now he seems satisfied.
Mumbai, July 11 - Aamir Khan says aborting a child after sex determination is wrong and supports the Maharashtra government's proposal to give severe punishment to those involved in such offences.
The state has sought the central government's opinion for slapping a charge of homicide on cultprits of female foeticide.
New Delhi, June 18 - A parliamentary panel has invited actor Aamir Khan, who exposed malpractices in the medical sector on his "Satyamev Jayate" TV programme, for an interaction on the issue. He will appear Thursday morning with his team.
New Delhi, June 10 : Aamir Khan's effort to highlight malpractices in the medical profession in India through his path-breaking show "Satyamev Jayate" may have upset many doctors, but viewers agree that discreditable practices are widespread and the actor was indeed doing a great service and would "get support from all Indians."