Aamir Khan Wants to Use Sultan's 'Bumper Opening' to Dangal's Gain 0
Superstar Aamir Khan said he decided to unveil the poster of his film upcoming Dangal two days ahead of the release of his friend Salman Khan's Sultan as he feels it will help to grab attention of the audience. "Sultan is going to be a huge super-duper hit. I want the millions of people, who will watch Sultan, to see the poster of Dangal. We just want to tell people that our film will also come in a few months (December). Sultan will have a bumper opening. We are using the huge potential that Sultan has to propel our film," Aamir told reporters. Salman and Aamir, who earlier worked together in Andaz Apna Apna, play wrestlers in their respective films. "There are no similarities. Only the aspect of wrestling is common. There are so many films that talk about revenge, so many romantic films. But the story of both our films is different," Aamir said. The 3 Idiots actor is all praise for the trailer and look of Salman's film Sultan. "I love the way the director (Ali Abbas Zafar) has shot the film. It looks exciting. I hope it is a huge success and breaks all records," he said. Salman's trainer for Sultan even trained Aamir for Dangal. Since both the Khans were shooting simultaneously for their respective films, Salman's trainer Rakesh couldn't be with Aamir for some time as he was busy with the Dabangg star. However, Aamir, 51, did not feel offended when Rakesh chose to be with Salman for Sultan. "I know Rakesh regularly trains Salman and I am a new person. I told Rakesh when the training schedule of Sultan and Dangal clash, you give preference to Salman. I don't feel bad," Aamir said. According to the Dhoom: 3 star, it is challenging to lose and gain weight. "Hats off to him (Salman)," he said. Aamir plans to watch Sultan on July 6, the day it releases. Nitesh Tiwari-directed Dangal releases on December 23.
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