Aamir Khan in a candid chat on Zoom


MUMBAI: With the tremendous success of his directorial debut Taare Zameen Par, multi-talented performer Aamir Khan now finds his name listed among India‘s top league of directors.


The film has also proved, once again, that he is an actor to reckon with, capturing the hearts of a million kids with his role of Nikumb Sir. The actor-turned-filmmaker has a heart-to-heart with internationally renowned actor Kabir Bedi on the first episode of Director’s Cut that airs 20 January on Zoom, India‘s premier glamour and entertainment channel.


Director’s Cut will be a weekly one-hour series of thirteen episodes on Zoom that will pay a tribute to Bollywood’s talented directors.


The episode reveals some interesting facts about the actor like as a child he was afraid of film sets! That Aamir loved to hear stories from writers who came to meet his father. “I never had to learn filmmaking,” he says. “I already knew everything. I would feel odd when friends asked me how films were made. I would tell them it was simple.”


There’s a great deal of hard-hitting stuff in-store as well. Kabir Bedi asks the star a few pointed questions. And Aamir opens up on everything from controversies surrounding his marriage to accusations of being a ghost director.