Aamir was very eager to do “Rustom”


Presently it can be told. Aamir Khan was furtively dealing with his own film taking into account the notorious KM Nanavati case, which serves as the premise of the current month's blockbuster Rustom. Sources say, Aamir had led broad examination into the case, and had even got Sylvia, Nanavati's dowager, on board. In any case, then, the venture went to pieces when two different movies in view of the same case, were reported.

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A solid source illuminates, “Aamir was very eager to do a film on the case. He was collaborating with director Ram Madhvani on the same. After the director helmed the true-life account in Neerja effectively, Aamir felt Madhvani was the best filmmaker to piece together the intricate jigsaw pieces of the real-life Nanavati case.”

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Clearly, Aamir and Ram even met Sylvia, who now lives in London. "Yes, they met Mrs Nanavati. What's more, she was energetic about the venture. All things considered, Aamir, who is known not a hotshot with a soul, was doing it," says the source. Be that as it may, then everything went to pieces when maker Neeraj Pandey in a joint effort with Akshay Kumar declared Rustom taking into account the Nanavati case. Pooja Bhatt and Soni Razdan additionally reported Love Affair, in light of the same undertaking.

Adds the insider, “Some of us, who were researching for the project, are disheartened after seeing Rustom. It has very little to do with the case. The tone of our film was going to be totally different. It’s one of the most important cases of our times and deserved to be brought to celluloid with some responsibility.” The project has now been put on ice. That’s unfortunate because it would have been interesting to see Aamir’s take on this complex saga of love, betrayal and honour.

Meanwhile, Rustom did incredibly in the cinematic world it crossed the 100 crore stamp yesterday. Individuals have cherished Akshay Kumar's execution as Rustom Pavri. The film conflicted with Hrithik Roshan's Mohenjo Daro yet it was Rustom that developed trumps. Pundits were not exceptionally content with the plot but rather Akshay's execution and a sensibly captivating account kept everybody snared till the end. Stay tuned for more reports on Bollywood Life