Aamir Khan wore a nose pin in public, and instantly became our favourite Khan!
No other Khan could look half as Dabangg or Raees as Aamir in that nose pin. So what if Aamir wore it for his upcoming film?
The three very popular Khans of filmdom rule the industry for different purposes. While Salman Khan is the on-screen superhero who's single punch can make 10 villains fly in 20 different directions, Shah Rukh Khan is the ultimate king of romance, who makes women go weak in their knees. Last, but not the even close to being the least--Aamir Khan is perfection personified, with a host of believable movies and quality cinema to his credit.
But the time has come to end the forever-going debate about who is the best amongst them. Because the results are out and about: Aamir Khan is the clear winner. And no, it's got nothing to do with his recent movie Dangal making 100 crores at the box office.
The actor was recently spotted in Mumbai looking cool and casual in a comfy blue tee, track pants, and a pair of chappals. His framed glasses, unkempt hair, and the moustache-stubble combination on his face made him look even hunkier and hot.
However, there was something quite eccentric about Aamir's casual fashion statement, and made him the winner in the battle we were talking about.
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Aamir wore a goddamn nose pin and took our hearts away. So what if he got his nose pierced for his upcoming film, Thugs of Hindostan? The confidence with which he pulled off the nose stud that is usually stereotyped as a 'girl thing' was simply mind blowing. Moreover, this move of his showed his very out-and-about stance on sexism and the gender-neutral way of dressing.
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Even though it's not the first time a male Bollywood celebrity has sported a nose pin, we still feel that more men should step out wearing one.
Not because it makes them look hotter than they already are, but because it's always great to have people breaking stereotypes and setting examples, inspiring the rest to follow suit.