Thursday, Oct 23, 2014

Aamir Khan covers up for second ‘PK’ poster

The new poster shows Aamir Khan wearing a red Gujrati Kurta and white pyjama. The new poster shows Aamir Khan wearing a red Gujrati Kurta and white pyjama.
Written by Sunitra Pacheco | Mumbai | Posted: August 20, 2014 5:31 pm | Updated: August 21, 2014 9:30 am

After sending fans in a tizzy over his first ‘PK’ poster which had Aamir Khan wearing absolutely nothing, except for a transistor to cover his modesty, the ‘Dhoom’ actor has gone all out when it comes to covering up for the second one.

The makers of the much-awaited flick launched the second ‘PK’ poster on Wednesday (August 20) in Mumbai.

The new poster shows Aamir Khan wearing traditional Rajasthani attire. He’s also sporting dark glasses and holding onto a brass tenor.

Aamir Khan can once again be heard speaking in Bhojpuri language in the new motion poster.

The actor, who was the receiving end of some backlash as well for the first poster, shared the motion poster on Twitter.

Aamir revealed that there are many more posters to come. “Every two to three weeks, there will be a new poster which will be introduced. We will have a poster campaign…We will release eight to ten posters till the time the film is released.”

On the reactions to his first semi-nude poster, Aamir said, “Some people have loved it (poster) and some people didn’t like it. The jokes were really funny. Some people even posed in the same fashion and we really enjoyed it. But you all will understand once you see the film. I am happy with the response.”

And in case you were wondering whether those perfect abs were photoshopped, “It has not been photo-shopped. I had made this body for ‘Dhoom 3′ and was simultaneously shooting for ‘PK’. I shot for these two films at the same time,” said Khan.

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Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, ‘PK’ features Anushka Sharma, Sushant Singh Rajput, Boman Irani and Sanjay Dutt in important roles. The film is slated to hit screens by December 2015.

(With PTI Inputs)

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