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Aamir Khan says, politics is not for me

Mar 14 (Agencies)
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Published on 14 Mar. 2017 11:48 PM IST
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Superstar Aamir Khan , who turned 52 today, says he will never join politics but will always be vocal about important issues. The ‘Dangal’ star says he has never given an opinion carelessly and will continue to speak his heart out but in a careful manner. “I’ve always been careful, I don’t think I’ve been careless in giving my opinion on matters. I’ve always been careful and will hopefully continue to be so but also continue to say what I feel,” Aamir.
The actor was speaking at a special press conference on his birthday. Aamir says he will never venture in politics as he feels he can contribute a lot more within his space of being an artist.
“No, politics is not for me. I feel there’s a lot I can contribute, staying in the creative field that I am in,” the actor says when asked if he will join politics.
“As an artist, a creative person, there’s a lot I can contribute to society, to the nation. I would like to do that from where I am, I don’t want to change that,” he said.

 
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Editor Dr. Temjen Jamir, CCPRA Programme Coordinator Imtiwala and principal CTC, Dr. Marnungsang.
Editor Dr. Temjen Jamir, CCPRA Programme Coordinator Imtiwala and principal CTC, Dr. Marnungsang.
(Top L-R) MTF director Gugs Chishi speaking during the event. Kids’ choir performing. (Bottom L-R) Guest artiste Dinesh Khundrakpam on classical guitar. Faculty of Note Grid School and performers during the event. (PC-T. Aowati)
(Top L-R) MTF director Gugs Chishi speaking during the event. Kids’ choir performing. (Bottom L-R) Guest artiste Dinesh Khundrakpam on classical guitar. Faculty of Note Grid School and performers during the event. (PC-T. Aowati)
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Lords of Rock and their team along with organisers at Mokokchung. (NP)
 
 
 
 
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