Aamir Khan endorses Amartya Sen's views on Khans
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A day after Nobel laureate Amartya Sen reportedly said that Indian media was obsessed with three Khans of Bollywood and not on development and education, actor Aamir Khan today said he accepted that.
"I think he (Amartya Sen) is accurate in saying that. I agree with him," Aamir Khan said here.
Sen had reportedly said Indian media was obsessed with three Khans of the Bollywood and was not focusing on pressing issues in the country like development and education.
Khan was here with Katrina Kaif and Abhishek Bachchan, who are the cast of 'Dhoom: 3', which is slated to hit the screens on December 20.
'Dhoom: 3' is dubbed in Tamil and is the first Aamir Khan film to be dubbed in Tamil.
"I really hope to see the reaction from the audience here," Khan said.
Sharing her experience, Kaif said it was challenging doing acrobatics for the film but she enjoyed every bit of it.
To a query, director Vijay Krishna Acharya said, "There could be more 'Dhooms' every couple of years. There are chances of 'Dhoom: 4' and 'Dhoom: 5', if people want it."
He also said that 'Dhoom: 3' was action packed and shot in Chicago with the help of a technician, who worked in 'Lethal Weapon' and 'Rush Hour'.
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