Aamir Khan was left dying, could have died in a scene of ‘Ghulam’
It has been 23 years since the release of Aamir Khan and Rani Mukerjee’s tremendous blockbuster film ‘Ghulam’. Be it the songs or the scenes of the film, everyone got a lot of applause.
The song ‘Aati Kya Khandala’ from this film proved to be a tremendous hit at that time. Not only this, the craze of this song was so much among the youth that boys were seen proposing their girlfriends in Aamir’s style. At the same time, Aamir also worked hard for this film.
It is said that during a scene of the film, Aamir was left dying. In that scene, Aamir had to run with the flag in front of a train. The makers had already explained to Aamir that as soon as the train came near, he had to jump off the track, but Aamir was so lost while doing the scene that he reached near the train while running.
Aamir was narrowly left during this scene
During this scene, Aamir was left dying. This scene was shot at Sanpada station. Prior permission was also taken from the Railways for filming this scene. During the shooting, Aamir had to run on the track with a red flag in his hand.
Aamir did not take bath for 12 days
Aamir did a lot of work on each and every scene of the film ‘Ghulam’. There is a climax scene in this film. In which there is a fierce fight between Aamir Khan and Villain. In this, Amir gets completely bled. One more thing is said about this scene of the film that Aamir did not take a bath for 12 days to make the scene realistic.
‘Aati Kya Khandala’ superhit song of that time
The song ‘Aati Kya Khandala’ from the movie ‘Ghulam’ was one of the most super hit songs of 1998. This song was written by Nitin Raikwar. He also wrote the song Apun Bola Tu Meri Laila from Shahrukh’s film Josh during the same period.
Aamir Khan’s ‘Ghulam’ was a bumper hit of that time
The film ‘Ghulam’ released in 1998 was made on a budget of 7 crores. The film also did a great job at the box office. And the film had earned Rs 13 crore more than its budget. On the other hand, if we talk about the worldwide collection, then the film earned 24 crores. The film was released on 185 screens.