Kiran said I shouldn’t have shared our private conversation in public: Aamir Khan

If there is one thing that Aamir Khan regrets about his statements made at RNG awards it is making the conversation with his wife Kiran Rao public.

Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: January 25, 2016 10:48 pm
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If there is one thing that Aamir Khan regrets about his statements made at RNG awards it is making the conversation with his wife Kiran Rao public.

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When asked about Kiran’s reaction to the entire controversy after her name was dragged into the controversy, Aamir Khan said: “I shouldn’t have shared my private conversation with Kiran on a public platform (RNG awards). She made me realise that in no uncertain terms.”

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Aamir Khan said he is an Indian first and always be an Indian.

“Our country is a beautiful example of unity in diversity. Take my family for instance. My wife is Hindu. My two sisters are married to Hindus. Farhat is married to Rajeev while Nikhat to Santosh. My cousin Mansoor has married a catholic. I have three kids and they are half Hindu and half Muslim. So you can see unity in diversity in my own family. And I always look at myself as an Indian. Both I and Kiran see ourselves as Indians. We never bring our religions into the picture. I am first an Indian and always will be an Indian.”