Aamir Khan is a kind of person who suits in any kind of role, be it playing the role of college student to a teacher of a school. With such versatility as an actor, his image among the viewers has also changed. His show Satyameva Jayate has also left a huge impact on the viewers and he is looked upon as an inspiring personality. Fans across the country have huge hopes that the actor might join politics and work for the wellbeing of the country, however, Aamir Khan ruled out the possibility of joining politics in a recent event.
"Sometimes I feel I won't be able to do as much as a politician as I can as a creative person... My strength is I am a creative person, I am a communicator. I can touch the hearts of people," the 53-year-old actor said at NDTV Yuva, a conclave for the youth. "Also, I am scared of politics. Who is not scared of politics? That's why I stay away from it", he added.
Aamir Khan made one thing clear that as citizens, we should question the government. "They are answerable to us, there is no doubt about that," he said. Aamir Khan was talking about the water conservation efforts in Maharashtra also said that not dams, but decentralized watershed management is was the solution for the emerging problem. However, he also said that awareness among the people is the solution.
"Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis too admitted to me that this problem of drought and water scarcity could not be solved till it became a people's movement. That's what we set out to do," he said.
Aamir Khan is working the welfare of the state as he had set up a non-profit company, Paani Foundation, in 2016 to fight drought in rural Maharashtra.
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