Aamir Khan unites two different film industries for a better cause


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Satyamev  jayate one of the TV shows about which every Indian is aware about. Aamir khan along with his team of satyamev jayate is trying to make a change in the prevailing condition of  Indians.

Monday morning, Aamir Khan met the Governor of Maharashtra, Ch Vidyasagar Rao, and his wife Vinoda, at the Raj Bhavan to discuss, among other things, the Satyamev Jayate Water Cup initiative (Mirror, February 18). The Governor gifted AK a copy of ‘Discovery of India’ and the 51-year-old actor exited with a wide smile. But before that, Aamir sought the Governor’s views on his plans to unite the Hindi and Marathi filmy folk for his upcoming campaign trail through rural Maharashtra.

The actor then invited his friends from both the industries for a private dinner at his home. “He had discussed the initiative with Kangana first over a telephonic chat and had called her again to congratulate her on her recent National Award. She was among the early birds, along with Saif Ali Khan and Rajkumar Hirani, and spent time with Aamir and Kiran,” a guest at the do informed Mirror.
Representing the Marathi film industry were Riteish Deshmukh, Sai Tamhankar, Reema Lagoo and Atul Kulkarni. Aamir’s ex-wife Reena Dutta arrived soon after Sunny Leone, who was accompanied by producer hubby, Daniel Weber. Aamir’s ‘Satyamev Jayate’ research team was also present.

“The purpose of the meeting was to appraise the actors about Aamir’s plans for water harvesting and addressing the water scarcity problem. He has urged his friends to campaign along with him through the state with a team that will dig wells and teach villagers about water harvesting. The legalities involved were also discussed,” added the guest.

The four-six hour meeting went on till late at night with every guest pitching in with input. “It was soon pretty evident that everyone was ready to come on board on Aamir’s personal invitation,” the guest informed.

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