‘Dangal’ bound to be good film, says Imran Khan

IANSUpdated: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 12:16 PM IST
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Mumbai: Actor Imran Khan is sure his star uncle Aamir Khan’s upcoming movie “Dangal” will be good.

The “Delhi Belly” actor, who was present at the screening of Swara Bhaskar’s web series “It’s Not That Simple” on Monday, said: “I haven’t seen the trailer of ‘Dangal’, but being Aamir Khan’s film, it is bound to be good.”

Asked about his future projects, Imran, who made his Bollywood debut with the hit film “Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na” in 2008, said he hasn’t decided yet as he needs more time.

Imran was last seen on the big screen in “Katti Batti” (released in 2015).

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However, there are reports that Imran has agreed to do a film which will be helmed by Raj Singh Chaudhary.

Speaking on the recent demand to ban Pakistani artistes from working in India, Imran said: “Unfortunately, we live in a society where… if people raise voice over something, goons turn up at your house to beat you up. That’s what I really like to avoid in life. I don’t have time for these things. I am not the spokesperson of Bollywood. I am a simple citizen of this country.”

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