Aamir Khan’s Brother Faissal Khan Speaks About Karan Johar Insulting Him, His Family Keeping Him House Arrest For A Year & Much More!

Aamir Khan’s Brother Faissal Khan Speaks About Karan Johar Insulting Him, His Family Keeping Him House Arrest For A Year & Much More!
Aamir Khan’s Brother Faissal Khan Speaks About Karan Johar Insulting Him, His Family Keeping Him House Arrest For A Year & Much More!

Aamir Khan’s brother Faissal Khan’s recent statement left everyone shocked. He claimed that his family forcefully gave him medicines and kept him under house arrest for one year. Faissal who was seen in 2000 released Mela, co-starring Aamir, and Twinkle Khanna unfolded some of his life events in a recent interview. He said he was absolutely fine referring to the 2007 reports that suggested that he suffered from depression and schizophrenia.

Faissal also alleged that filmmaker Karan Johar insulted him and bullied him. According to him it all happened at Aamir Khan’s 50th birthday party. He told the daily, “On my brother’s 50th birthday, I was looked down upon by someone, I don’t wish to take the name. But, Karan Johar acted weird with me; he put me down. He insulted me when I was trying to talk to someone and trying to disconnect with the person I was talking to. So, a lot of such things have happened and even I have been through it. This has happened with me.”

Talking about his struggle despite being Aamir Khan’s brother he said, “People would refuse to take me in their office. After Mela I thought people will take me in films after seeing my craft, so I used to go to their offices but they would make me sit there. I wouldn’t get appointments with a lot of directors, so I have seen that phase also.”

“At the end of the day, you’ll get a break in the industry due to nepotism and favouritism. If your father is a big director then he can make a few calls and people to cast you, but you will have to prove your worth in the end. There’s no theory or formula for success. There are going to be new people coming in both from the insiders and outsiders. In fact, I think that the rate of insiders flopping is higher than that of the outsiders because you get the chance but you’re not successful,” Faisal Khan concluded.

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