Watch: Aamir Khan transforms into a balding old man in this VIRAL video
On his birthday, Aamir Khan announced that he was going to star in Lal Singh Chaddha which is the official adaptation of Forest Grump.
Recently on his birthday, Aamir Khan announced that he was going to star in Lal Singh Chaddha which is the official adaptation of Forest Grump. He added that he will play a Sardar in the film and will undergo a massive transformation for his character.
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And now he has surprised fans with another transformation video. On Thursday, the actor took to his social media to share a clip that shows Aamir transform into an old man with the use of a bald cap, some fake facial hair and a wig. While he did not reveal what the video was for, it was later found out to be for an advertisement.
Aamir wore wig and a thick paunch on his belly. As several makeup artistes surrounded him as he transformed into the new look.
The 54-year-old actor wrote: "Coming soon... Aapke phone pe." The video appears to be from an advertisement for a brand that Aamir endorses. Check out the video here:
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And here's the final ad video:
Aamir’s last release was Thugs of Hindostan with Amitabh Bachchan, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Katrina Kaif. The film miserably failed at the box office.
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