Talaash: Aamir Khan to meet and interact with crime journalists
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Aamir Khan is known to promote his films in rather innovative ways. For his upcoming suspense drama 'Talaash', Aamir along with his marketing team came up with yet another unique idea.
Since Aamir plays Inspector Shekhawat, a cop who is investigating a tough case, he thought it would be rather apt if during the promotions of the film he got a chance to interact with crime journalists especially those who have done investigative journalism. Aamir has been a keen follower of crime and investigative journalism and he thinks that they do a very commendable job in the tough circumstances. Hence he would be meeting and interacting with various crime journalists during his promotional spree in various cities of India.
'Talaash' starring Aamir Khan, Rani Mukerji and Kareena Kapoor releases worldwide on November 30.
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