Spotted: Aamir Khan with Zoya Akhtar

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Spotted: Aamir Khan with Zoya Akhtar
Monday, April 08, 2013 15:39 IST
By Santa Banta News Network

Aamir known for his versatility in movies leaves no stone unturned to get into the character. Be it the narcissist Akash of Dil Chahta Hai or the short term memory patient and lover of Ghajini.

While he has entertained us with female characters in the past, the Godrej commercial sees him in three different female looks. While the premise was already set by the agency, Zoya Akhtar has been an active part in the making of the screenplay for the commercial.

She has tried to make it as a sitcom where each part has a gag of its own. Though Godrej is best known for its security products, Zoya particularly loves Godrej Nature's Basket and practically lives in it.

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