Aamir Khan Trolled: Bollywood’s Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan remains the focus of discussion these days. Actor’s recently released film “Lal Singh Chaddha” failed to win the hearts of audiences at the box office. The actor had already been targeted by internet users before his film was released. Let us tell you that the #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha boycott trend continued regarding the film which caused Aamir’s film to turn out to be a flop. The actor had distanced himself from the media since the film’s flop. However, recently the actor posted a video on social media apologizing for his mistakes (Aamir Khan’s Apology Post). But shortly after sharing the apology video, the actor deleted it too. Fans were seen raging over this act by the actor.
said that in the video
Aamir recently apologized for his mistakes while posting a video on social media. In the shared video, a voice could be heard saying, “We are all human and mistakes happen to us. Sometimes by words, sometimes by actions, sometimes by accident, sometimes in anger, sometimes in jest, never by words If I have ever hurt your heart in any way, I apologize to you in thought, word and body. Michami Dukhanam’.
— Aamir Khan Productions (@AKPPL_Official) September 1, 2022
Actor deleted post
In this episode, shocking news comes out about Aamir. Let’s share that at midnight, a few hours after posting the apology, Aamir deleted the video from his social media account, which put Aamir in the trolls’ target again. However, after being trolled about the matter, the actor reposted this video. The deletion and subsequent posting of this apology video by the actor surprises users greatly. In such a situation, it will be interesting to see how users will react to this action by Aamir this time.
Lal Singh Chaddha was released on that day
For your information, let us tell you that Aamir’s Lal Singh Chaddha hit theaters on August 11th. Aside from Aamir Khan, the film also stars Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan and South Indian superstar Naga Chaitanya. The film, directed by Advait Chandan, is a remake of Hollywood’s Oscar-winning film Forrest Gump. But in Hindi, the film failed to win the hearts of the audience.