One of the titular roles Aamir Khan is still known for is his role from Taare Zameen Par. In the groundbreaking film Aamir Khan paved the way for what a teacher can truly mean to their students. Undoubtedly all of us have those teachers who mark a true change in our lives. Aamir Khan recently revealed that one teacher from his own past. Taking to social media Aamir Khan mourned the loss of his Marathi teacher Suhas Limaye. The superstar Bollywood actor called Suhas Limaye one of the best teachers he ever had.
Aamir wrote, “I am deeply saddened to hear that my Marathi Sir Mr Suhas Limaye passed away yesterday. Sir, you have been one of my best teachers. I have enjoyed every moment that I spent with you. Your curiosity, and your desire to learn and share, is what made you the fantastic teacher that you have always been. The 4 years we spent together have been the most memorable. Every moment that we have spent together is etched in my memory. You taught me not just Marathi, but about so many other things too. Thank you. You will be sorely missed, Sir. My heartfelt condolences to the family.”
Earlier in June Aamir Khan revealed that one of his personal staff had tested positive for coronavirus and later shifted to an isolation ward. He had tweeted writing, “This is to inform you that some of my staff have tested positive. They were immediately quarantined, and BMC officials were very prompt and efficient in taking them to a medical facility. I would like to thank the BMC for taking such good care of them, and for fumigating and sterilizing the entire society.”
Recently Aamir Khan traveled to Turkey to continue his shooting for his upcoming film Laal Singh Tomar. Aamir also received a lot of criticism in India when he met the First Lady of Turkey.