Aamir Khan Avoided Ram Mandir Verdict Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will very soon pronounce the judgement the 1994 Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi dispute. The apex court will be hearing a petition by a few Muslim groups who had challenged the 1994 judgement of the court which said, “a mosque is not an essential part of the practice of the religion of Islam and namaz can be offered anywhere, even in the open.”At the trailer launch of ‘Thugs Of HindostanAamir Khan was asked to comment on the debate surrounding the 1994 Ram Mandir verdict that will be passed shortly by the Supreme Court. The actor refrained from commenting and tried to avoid the question.

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On being insisted by the media, Aamir said, “I won’t speak on anything controversial. My film is releasing…if I say something, my film will get stopped. Let my film release then I will speak”. In Bollywood, we have seen movies getting embroiled in controversies before its release. Aamir might have tried not to comment on the issue as he fears that his film ‘Thugs Of Hindostan’ may get caught in the controversies.

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If you don’t know, let us tell you that earlier Aamir received criticisms for his intolerance remark in 2016 during the release of ‘Dangal’. That’s the reason Mr Perfectionist doesn’t want to comment on such sensitive political matter.

Coming back to ‘Thugs Of Hindostan’, the trailer is receiving rave reviews from the audiences and fans alike. Aamir Khan is playing the character of Firangi Mallah, Amitabh Bachchan plays Khudabaksh, Fatima Sana Sheikh plays Zafira and Katrina Kaif is seen in the role of dancing diva Suraiyaa. Helmed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, the adventure drama is releasing on November 8.

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