This clause is a must in all Aamir Khan film contracts

From his first film to his latest release Dangal, Aamir Khan has always made sure that this particular clause is been followed by all his directors

Mr.Perfectionist of Bollywood Aamir Khan recently came under the radar of filmmaker Priyadarshan for his not attending any award functions and receiving no awards policy. The filmmaker in one of his statements also said that Aamir doesn’t believe in Indian awards, he only believes in foreign awards.

And now a new thing about the superstar has come up. If rumours are to be believed then one clause from every of his film contract is making headlines these days. From his first film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak to his latest release Dangal, the actor has always made sure that this particular clause is been followed by all his directors.

In an interview with BollywoodLife, a source revealed that the actor has a ‘no low angle shot’ clause in his contract. Well, we know it’s hard to believe, but yes that’s true! In fact, the first thing that comes to our mind after reading this clause is the actor’s height.

While we all know that the actor’s height is quite short, so it looks like to avoid any height issues which might not look so good on-screen, Aamir has come up with a perfect solution. While it comes as a surprise to many, we really don’t know how the actor is going to react on this.

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On the work front, Aamir Khan is busy prepping for his upcoming film Thugs Of Hindostan, for which the actor underwent a drastic makeover and will be flaunting a thick beard and a mustache. Based on the novel ‘Confessions of a Thug’ by Philip Meadows Taylor, the film is set in the backdrop of the pre-independence era and is about a group of thugs at the time of British India.

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Helmed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, the film also stars Amitabh Bachchan and Jackie Shroff in prominent roles and is slated to hit the screens around Diwali next year.

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