Written byRanpreet Kaur ·
A post on social media by comedian-actor Kubra Sait shows him sporting a heavy beard and mustache.
Although Kubra's post gives us a glimpse of Aamir's transformation, the actor himself hasn't officially unveiled his look from the movie yet.
Apparently, Kubra bumped into Aamir in London, where the latter was enjoying a family vacation.
Excited about the meeting, the Sacred Games actress went ahead and shared a picture on Instagram.
"Me: Hi. @_aamirkhan : Oh! Ho! Hi... Hi! Me: Ded (dead from joy)," Kubra funnily wrote in the caption.
Meanwhile, spotters quickly noticed Aamir's new look, which might be for his upcoming movie.
A post shared by kubbrasait on
Aamir, known to be a perfectionist, will once again be undergoing a drastic transformation, since his role demands the same.
The superstar will reportedly be losing 20kgs for this one, shooting of which begins in October.
"We've started the prep work on the film. I'll be prepping for six months. I have to lose weight. I have to be lean and slim," Aamir stated.
To recall, Aamir, who last appeared in Thugs Of Hindostan, had announced his next on his 54th birthday earlier this year.
"I've finalized my next film which is titled Lal Singh Chaddha. It is a remake of American film Forrest Gump. It is being made by Viacom 18 and Aamir Khan Productions. We've bought the rights from Paramount Pictures," the actor had said.
Reportedly, Lal Singh Chaddha will showcase India's growth as a nation, and thus will apparently include instances like the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. The film is also said to highlight the current political events, with a special focus on the current government of the country.
Apart from Aamir, the movie will also star Kareena Kapoor Khan in the lead.
Notably, it will mark their reunion after Talaash.
Reportedly, Aamir will be seen playing the role of a Sikh and will sport a turbaned look.
The lead pair will also be seen in four different looks in the movie, which begins in the 1970s, and ends in the present time.
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