Entertainment Gallery Aamir Khan’s top 10 roles: PK, Lagaan, Rangeela On Aamir Khan's 51st birthday, here are some of his top roles from his treasury. Take a look. Bollywood's perfectionist Aamir Khan turns 51 on March 14 and it seems like the superstar is getting stronger and better with his age. In a career spanning almost over 27 years, Aamir has always shown variety in his roles and movies and has become one of the most influential actors in the industry. Aamir has proven time and again that he deserves the perfectionist tag who has set a different bar for himself in the Hindi cinema. He waits, he thinks, he plans, does a single movie in a year and churns out the best in him. People from every class of any age group eagerly wait for his movie to arrive in theatres. On his 51st birthday, here are some of his top roles from his treasury. Take a look. Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak - Aamir Khan started off as a chocolate boy in his debut film opposite Juhi Chawla in the year 1988. His innocent looks and romantic avatar made him favourite among teen girls and Aamir became an overnight star. Andaz Apna Apna - With this 1994 classic cult comedy, Aamir stepped into the comedy genre. And once again Aamir proved that he can easily carry any role and film of any genre. He made everyone laugh till they rolled on the floor. This was Aamir Khan's first and the only film with Salman Khan. Rangeela - Aamir Khan's tapori role in Rangeela was one of the path breaking from the kind of roles he was doing since his debut. His tapori language, colourful clothes and Munna's swag walked away with applause and whistles from the audiences in theaters. Sarfarosh - With the role of a criminal chasing and terrorist hunting ACP officer Ajay Singh Rathore, Aamir Khan totally nailed it with his brilliant acting skills. His intense eyes and simple yet stylish looks were the highlights in the movie. Lagaan - The cult movie, set in India's British raj, saw Aamir playing the rebellion. He played villager named Bhuvan, who urges everyone to fight against the cruelty of the British rule. Aamir played his character with conviction and established himself as the most versatile actor in his time. Lagaan was the official Hindi entry to Oscars in the year 2000. Dil Chahta Hai - Aamir Khan as the naughty, flirty, witty and a carefree stud Aakash became one of the role models for youngsters. His stylish hair and tiny goatie became popular among the youth. Taare Zameen Par - In this epic drama, Aamir Khan played an art teacher who helps a dyslexic boy overcome his disability. The film which saw a sweet relationship between a student and teacher, made people think and change their perspective towards their relationship with their children. With emotional appeal and wonderful performances, the movie hit the right chord with the audience and also helped spread awareness about dyslexia. Ghajini - For this movie, Aamir underwent a drastic change. Giving serious competition to the youngsters in Bollywood, Aamir, at the age of 43, came all bulked up flaunting his chiseled body with perfect eight-pack abs on the silver screen. He played the character of a short term memory loss patient and a business tycoon named Sanjay Singhania. 3 Idoits - Aamir, at the age of 45, played the character of Rancho, a 20-year-old engineering student in 3 idiots. Even at this age, Aamir made us believe that he is a student in real. With all the mischief and energy, his dialogues and satire, Aamir played the character brilliantly and yet again proved and defined the meaning of the perfectionist. PK - The movie, which broke many box office records in the history of Indian cinema, saw Aamir Khan playing the role of an Alein from outer space. The movie saw him in various avatar. From going completely naked to quirky mismatched outfits, Aamir grabbed everyone's attention. His innocence, dialogues, child-like expressions and funny gimmicks and yes his Bhojpuri accent made him favourite amongst all. The movie, which was based on religious satire, also raised certain questions in the minds of many related to the blind following of people towards religious superstitions and God.