The actor never fails to impress the audience, not just with his performances and choice of films but also with his looks in them.
He is known to have gone to great lengths to get the right look for his character and his recently look from ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ is a testimony of it.
There are five such looks of Aamir which created a trend amongst the masses.
In ‘Thugs of Hindostan’, the actor is seen donning handlebar moustache, ruffled hair, rose-tinted glasses, ragged coat and a big smile. Aamir Khan aka Firangi from Thugs looks more cheerful and colourful than any of the characters.
In ‘Secret Superstar’ (2017), he experimented with a variation of a Van Dyke beard and teamed it up with a handlebar moustache in the film. What catches the eye is the accessory that he sports on the head in the film.
In ‘Dangal’ (2016), Aamir pulled off the roles of the elderly and the young wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat very convincingly. While he put on about 22-25 kilos to look the part as the older Phogat, his salt and pepper hair and stubble added to the look. Interestingly, the actor then lost the extra weight to reprise the role of Phogat in his younger days.
In ‘Ghajini’ (2008) which was an action-packed thriller, Aamir Khan’s eight-pack abs became the talk of the town. He even made the stroked close crew cut look sexy on screen.
While in ‘Mangal Pandey: The Rising’ (2005), his thick moustache and really long hair that he grew for the role of an Indian soldier, Mangal Pandey, got him the accolades. The actor wanted a look that would aptly portray the pre-independent era in which the film was based.
Aamir who is touted to be a trendsetter, this time too, he has redefined the pop culture. (UNI)