Nagpur, July 7 (UNI) Bollywood Actor Aamir Khan has expressed his desire to make a film on the sad plight of cotton farmers in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra.
The actor said he was moved by the plight of farmers, who have been committing suicides due to failure to pay up loans, and would someday make a film on the subject.
Aamir was in the city for the promotion of his latest production ''Jaane Tu ya jaane na'' along with the cast and crew of the film.
Talking to mediapersons at the Cinemax Multiplex here, the actor said he was waiting for a ''good script'' on the subject.
Aamir said he would never make movies merely because he owns a production house. ''I want to live upto audiences expectations. I want to make sure every movie that is being made by me has a good story and excellent script. I don't mind if I have to wait years to make a dream project''.
Answering a query, he said he is open to sequels and 'Sarfarosh 2' is already underway.
Speaking about Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir said ''The Megastar is not only a great actor, but also a great man. It would be a dream come true if I can ever work with him''.
Aamir said his nephew Imran Khan, who plays lead role in Jaane Tu, was not selected because of his family ties, rather he had to pass the screen test twice, once by writer-director of the movie Abbas Tyrewala and later by Aamir himself. Imran is presently studying film direction and wishes to be a director one day, he said.
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