Aamir Khan filmography

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Khan at an event for Dhoom 3 in 2013, which ranks among the five films starring Khan that held the record for being the highest-grossing Bollywood film[1]

Aamir Khan is an Indian actor, producer, director, playback singer and television personality. Khan first appeared on screen at the age of eight in a minor role in his uncle Nasir Hussain's film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973).[2] In 1983, he acted in and worked as an assistant director on Paranoia, a short film directed by Aditya Bhattacharya,[3] following which he assisted Hussain on two of his directorial ventures—Manzil Manzil (1984) and Zabardast (1985).[3][4] As an adult, Khan's first acting project was a brief role in the 1984 experimental social drama Holi.[5]

Khan's first leading role came opposite Juhi Chawla in the highly successful tragic romance Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988).[6] His performance in the film and in the thriller Raakh (1989) earned him a Special Mention at the 36th National Film Awards ceremony.[7] He went on to establish himself in Bollywood with roles in several lucrative films of the 1990s, including the romantic drama Dil (1990), the comedy-drama Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993), and the 871 million (about US$24.5 million in 1996)[I]-grossing romance Raja Hindustani (1996).[8][9] He also played against type in the Deepa Mehta-directed Canadian-Indian co-production Earth (1998).[10] In 1999, Khan launched a production company, Aamir Khan Productions,[11] whose first release Lagaan (2001) was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film,[12] and earned him the National Film Award for Best Popular Film.[13][14] Also in 2001, he starred alongside Saif Ali Khan and Akshaye Khanna in the acclaimed drama Dil Chahta Hai.[15] Lagaan and Dil Chahta Hai are cited in the media as defining films of Hindi cinema.[16][17] After a four-year absence from film, Khan portrayed the eponymous lead in Mangal Pandey: The Rising (2005), a period film that underperformed at the box office,[18] after which he played leading roles in two top-grossing films of 2006—Fanaa and Rang De Basanti.[19]

Khan made his directorial debut with Taare Zameen Par in 2007, a drama on dyslexia starring Darsheel Safary, in which Khan also played a supporting role.[20] The film proved to be a critical and commercial success,[11] winning him the National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare.[21][22] Khan played a man suffering from anterograde amnesia in the 2008 thriller Ghajini,[23][24] after which he portrayed an engineering student in the comedy-drama 3 Idiots (2009),[25] and a reclusive artist in the drama Dhobi Ghat (2010), which he also produced.[26] He co-starred alongside Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra as the antagonist of the adventure film Dhoom 3 in 2013,[27] following which he played an alien in the over 7.4 billion (US$120 million)-grossing satire PK.[28][29] In 2016, Khan starred as the father of two young female wrestlers in the sports biopic Dangal, which earned over 19 billion (US$300 million) worldwide.[30] Five of Khan's films—Ghajini, 3 Idiots, Dhoom 3, PK, and Dangal— have held records for being the highest-grossing Indian film of all time.[30][1] In addition to acting in films, Khan has developed and featured as the host of the television talk show Satyamev Jayate (2012–14).[31]

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Credited as Notes Ref.
Role Director
1973 Yaadon Ki Baaraat Young Ratan[II] Nasir Hussain Minor role [32]
1974 Madhosh Young Raj[III] Desh Gautam Minor role [32]
1983 Paranoia Unknown Aditya Bhattacharya Short film [33]
[34]
1984 Manzil Manzil Nasir Hussain [4]
Holi Madan Sharma Ketan Mehta [33]
1985 Zabardast Nasir Hussain [4]
1988 Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak Raj Mansoor Khan National Film Award – Special Mention (also for Raakh)
Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[35]
[36]
[37]
1989 Raakh Amir Hussein Aditya Bhattacharya Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[38]
Love Love Love Amit Babbar Subhash [39]
1990 Awwal Number Sunny Dev Anand [39]
Tum Mere Ho Shiva Tahir Hussain [39]
Dil Raja Indra Kumar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[40]
[41]
Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin Ajay Sharma Y. Nageshwar Rao [39]
Jawani Zindabad Shashi Sharma Arun Bhatt [39]
1991 Afsana Pyaar Ka Raj M.R. Shahjahan [42]
Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin Raghu Jetley Mahesh Bhatt Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[43]
1992 Isi Ka Naam Zindagi Chotu Kalidas [44]
Daulat Ki Jung Rajesh Chaudhry S.A. Kader [45]
Parampara Ranbir Prithvi Singh Yash Chopra [46]
Time Machine Unknown Shekhar Kapur Unreleased
Completed 80% of film
Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Sanjaylal Sharma Mansoor Khan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[47]
1993 Pehla Nasha Himself Ashutosh Gowariker Cameo appearance [48]
Damini – Lightning Himself Rajkumar Santoshi Cameo appearance [49]
Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke Rahul Malhotra Mahesh Bhatt Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
[36]
1994 Andaz Apna Apna Amar Manohar Rajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [51]
[52]
1995 Baazi Amar Damjee Ashutosh Gowariker [53]
Aatank Hi Aatank Rohan Dilip Shankar [54]
Rangeela Munna Ram Gopal Varma Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [55]
Akele Hum Akele Tum Rohit Kumar Mansoor Khan [36]
[56]
1996 Raja Hindustani Raja Hindustani Dharmesh Darshan Filmfare Award for Best Actor [9]
[36]
1997 Ishq Raja Indra Kumar [57]
1998 Ghulam Siddharth Marathe Vikram Bhatt Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer
[36]
[58]
Earth Dil Navaz Deepa Mehta Canadian-Indian film
Released in India as 1947: Earth
[59]
1999 Sarfarosh Ajay Singh Rathod John Matthew Matthan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[60]
Mann Dev Karan Singh Indra Kumar [61]
2000 Mela Kishan Pyare Dharmesh Darshan [62]
2001 Lagaan Bhuvan Ashutosh Gowariker National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment
Filmfare Award for Best Film
Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
[13]
[12]
[36]
Dil Chahta Hai Akash Malhotra Farhan Akhtar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[63]
2004 Madness in the Desert Himself Satyajit Bhatkal Documentary film
Also known as Chale Chalo: The Lunacy of Film Making
National Film Award for Best Exploration/Adventure Film
[64]
[65]
2005 Mangal Pandey: The Rising Mangal Pandey Ketan Mehta Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[66]
2006 Rang De Basanti Daljit "DJ" Singh/
Chandrashekhar Azad[IV]
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[36]
[67]
Fanaa Rehan Quadri Kunal Kohli [68]
2007 Taare Zameen Par Ram Shankar Nikumbh Aamir Khan National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare
Filmfare Award for Best Film
Filmfare Award for Best Director
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor
[21]
[36]
[69]
[70]
2008 Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na Abbas Tyrewala Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film [71]
[72]
Ghajini Sanjay Singhania A.R. Murugadoss Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[73]
2009 Luck by Chance Himself Zoya Akhtar Cameo appearance [74]
3 Idiots Ranchhoddas "Rancho" Shamaldas Chanchad/
Phunsukh Wangdu[V]
Rajkumar Hirani Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [75]
[76]
2010 Peepli Live Anusha Rizvi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film [77]
[78]
2011 Dhobi Ghat Arun Kiran Rao [79]
Big in Bollywood Himself Unknown Documentary film [80]
Delhi Belly Disco Fighter Abhinay Deo Special appearance in song "I Hate You (Like I Love You)"
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film
[81]
[82]
2012 Talaash: The Answer Lies Within Surjan Singh Shekhawat Reema Kagti [83]
2013 Bombay Talkies Himself Multiple Special appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [84]
Ru-Ba-Ru Himself Unknown Documentary film [85]
Dhoom 3 Sahir Khan/Samar Khan[VI] Vijay Krishna Acharya [86]
2014 PK PK Rajkumar Hirani Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [87]
[88]
2015 Dil Dhadakne Do Voice role: Pluto Mehra
Zoya Akhtar Narrator [89]
2016 Dangal Mahavir Singh Phogat Nitesh Tiwari Filmfare Award for Best Film

Filmfare Award for Best Actor

[90]
[91]
2017 Secret Superstar Film has yet to be released TBA Advait Chandan Post-production [92]
2018 Thugs of Hindostan Film has yet to be released TBA Vijay Krishna Acharya Filming [93]

Television

Title Year Role Creator(s) Episode(s) Ref.
Satyamev Jayate 2012–14 Host Himself Season 1, Season 2 & Season 3 [31]
C.I.D. 2012 Surjan Singh Shekhawat B. P. Singh "Red Suitcase Murders" [94]

Music video appearances

Title Year Performer(s) Director(s) Album Ref.
"Jab Bhi Chum Leta Hoon" 2003 Roop Kumar Rathod Ashok Mehra Pyar Ka Jashn [95]

See also

Footnotes

^[I] The exchange rate in 1996 was 35.49 Indian rupees () per 1 US dollar (US$).[96]
^[II] Khan played the younger version of Tariq Khan's character in the film.[32]
^[III] Khan played the younger version of Mahendra Sandhu's character in the film.[32]
^[IV] Khan played a character who portrays Chandrashekar Azad in a documentary featured in the film.[97]
^[V] Khan played a character who impersonates another man in the film.[98]
^[VI] Khan performed dual roles in the film.[99]

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