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Aamir open to Pakistani film

May 12, 2006 18:46 IST

Aamir Khan

Aamir might just be doing a foreign film soon.

No, Khan isn't going back on his anti-Hollywood stance, but says he'd love to do a Pakistani film.

In a new show on the BBC Asian Network, Gagan Grewal, Aamir revealed that he would be very keen to act in Pakistani films -- provided he was offered the right script.

'There's a lot of talent both in India and Pakistan,' said Aamir. I think the talent in both these two countries should come together and entertain the world audience.'

'If the right offer and opportunity comes my way, I'd love to do a movie in Pakistan.'

Indian films have been banned in Pakistan since 1965, but recently a few Bollywood films have been released in theatres there.

Images: Taj Mahal, From India with love

Gagan Grewal, a new show in Hindi and Urdu, begins Monday.

Aamir's next film, Fanaa, hits theatres on May 26.

 

rediff Entertainment Bureau