Remember how Kalpana was killed? No? We don’t blame you because even Ghajini used to forget the same. Understood what we are talking about? Yes, the Aamir Khan starrer which released in the year 2008 was a film that bought tears in the eyes of many. Well, how would you react if we tell you that the actor is coming again with his ‘short term memory loss’ to grip his fans in Ghajini 2?
The latest reports doing rounds state that the makers are going to announce the sequel on the occasion of the actor’s 55th birthday on March 14. To create a buzz around Ghajini 2, the official handle of Reliance Entertainment took to Twitter to share a quirky post that read, “This post was supposed to be about Ghajini but we forgot what we wanted to make.”
The captioned the post as, “Blame it on #Ghajini! @aamir_khan!”
Now if you have watched Ghajini, you will be able to relate to the aforementioned cryptic tweet. The post is in reference to Aamir’s character, who suffers from short-term memory loss in the 2008 release. Even if it wasn’t enough, a picture of Aamir decked up in a suited avatar with a cigar in his hand went viral on the internet that instantly reminded fans of his character in Ghajini, Sanjay Singhania. Check it out
Ghajini was a remake of the Murgadoss’s 2005-released Tamil film with the same name, starring Suriya and Asin in the lead roles, it also had striking similarities with Christopher Nolan’s 2000 film, Memento. The first edition of Ghajini also starred Asin and late actress Jiah Khan. The film got an exceptional response at the box office and even became the first Bollywood film to touch the 100 crore mark. Aamir, in the film, played the role of businessman Sanjay Singhania, who suffered from Retrograde Amnesia due to which he remembers an encounter for barely 15 minutes. Coming back to the sequel, the news has not been confirmed by the makers or the actor yet.
The news about the same spread like wildfire and fans started tweeting about the same and showed their excitement. Here’s how Twitteratis reacted to the same:
Meanwhile, Aamir Khan will be seen in Laal Singh Chaddha this year. The film is an official remake of Tom Hanks’s 1994 film Forrest Gump and will hit the screens on Christmas. It also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan in the lead.