Pics: When Aamir Khan turned heads with his unique style at Kalina airport
Aamir Khan, who was on a break post Laal Singh Chaddha, recently announced his next film titled Sitare Zameen Par.
Aamir Khan, the chameleon of Bollywood, was spotted at Mumbai's Kalina airport early Saturday morning last week, making a statement that defied the conventional airport look. In what can only be termed as a sartorial curveball, Khan stepped out in an outfit that was as quirky as it was eye-catching.
The actor chose a pink kurta, tinged with shades that reminisced the first blush of dawn. The kurta was rendered in a comfortable fabric, ensuring that style did not compromise comfort. The sleeves were casually rolled up to his elbows, adding a touch of nonchalance to his get-up.
Below the waist, he sported a pair of patterned harem pants, painted in blues and whites, reminiscent of the Greek isles. These pants, baggy and breezy, offered a stark yet intriguing contrast to the kurta. His choice of footwear was practical yet stylish - a pair of rugged sports shoes that seemed ready to traverse any journey that lay ahead.
Khan's accessories were minimalistic, with a wristwatch and eyeglasses that framed his thoughtful eyes. His facial hair was groomed to a neat, peppered beard, and his hair was styled simply, left to its natural wave and cut to a manageable length. His entire demeanour was relaxed, yet there was an undeniable edge to his style that spoke of an individual who is comfortable in his skin and choices.
As he made his way through the terminal, it was clear that Aamir Khan's fashion choices are as bold and unpredictable as the roles he picks. His latest look is a testament to his fearless approach to fashion and life, making him not just a trendsetter but a trailblazer.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Aamir Khan seemed to be on a break of sorts from acting, post the debacle of his 2022 release Laal Singh Chaddha. However, he recently announced his next venture titled Sitare Zameen Par. Reportedly, the film is to be based on a similar theme as his 2007 hit Taare Zameen Par, which also marked his directorial debut.
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