Max Fashion CEO is an Aamir Khan fan, and treats Amazon's Alexa as a family member

Shital Mehta believes 'Lagaan' was beyond entertainment.

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'Lagaan' is Shital Mehta's all-time favourite movie.
Aamir Khan fan Shital Mehta believes 'Lagaan' was beyond entertainment. The movie delivered many leadership lessons that are relevant in the corporate world. The Max Fashion India CEO loves grooving to classic by Mohammed Rafi or Kishore Kumar.

Gadget
My Amazon Echo. Sometimes it feels like Alexa is another family member. Someone or the other is always talking to it.

Movie

'Lagaan' is my all-time favourite. I am a big Aamir Khan fan. Apart from entertainment, it also delivered many leadership lessons that are relevant to the corporate world.

Book
'Mindset' by Carol S Dweck is a beautiful book. It got me thinking about growth vs fixed mind-set.

Holiday
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New Zealand. The road trip through the South island was surreal. It felt like paradise on earth.

Music
I love Hindi film music. There is nothing like listening to Mohammed Rafi or Kishore Kumar after a tough day.

'Earth', 'Dhobi Ghat', 'Talaash': 5 Times Aamir Khan Was A Part Of Offbeat Cinema
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Aamir Khan is synonymous with versatility and perfection in the Indian film industry. From his first appearance in '1984 Holi' to the recently released 'Thugs Of Hindostan' the actor has time and again stunned fans with his talent, and zeal to achieve perfection in every role.

The actor, often termed Mr. Perfectionist, is not just a favourite with the masses, but also wins over critics with his film choices.

Having made his Bollywood debut at the age of 19, Khan turns 54 today. Here's a look at some of his most offbeat films so far.

Aamir Khan is synonymous with versatility and perfection in the Indian film industry. From his first appearance in '1984 Holi' to the recently released 'Thugs Of Hindostan' the actor has time and aga..
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Deepa Mehta's '1947:Earth' was a period romance-drama based on Bapsi Sidhwa's novel 'Cracking India'. Set in Lahore, the film was a gritty take on how the partition turned friends into foes.

Khan, who was popular for his comic and romantic roles in the 90s, won hearts in a completely new avatar in the film, that also starred Shabana Azmi and Nandita Das. He essayed the role of a benevolent man who turns into a monster when he sees his lady in love with another man. Khan was lauded for his portrayal of Dil Nawaz.

The movie was India's official entry to the Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category.

Deepa Mehta's '1947:Earth' was a period romance-drama based on Bapsi Sidhwa's novel 'Cracking India'. Set in Lahore, the film was a gritty take on how the partition turned friends into foes. Khan, wh..
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Khan known for his acting chops, also proved his capabilities as a producer with the 2010 satirical comedy 'Peepli Live'. The film explored the subject of farmer suicides, and the subsequent political and public response.

Breaking free from the run-of-the-mill Bollywood dramas, the film followed the life of farmer Natha Das ManikPuri, played by actor Omkar Das Manikpuri, who threatens to end his life thus attracting the attention of media and politicians.

A sensitive subject to cover, the film was well-received at the box office, and hailed by critics as well.

Khan known for his acting chops, also proved his capabilities as a producer with the 2010 satirical comedy 'Peepli Live'. The film explored the subject of farmer suicides, and the subsequent politica..
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Kiran Rao's directorial debut 'Dhobi Ghat', that saw Khan essay the role of a reclusive Mumbai-based artist, hit the theatres in January 2011. Khan also produced the film, which he called among his favourites .

The movie also starred Prateik Babbar, Monica Dogra and Kriti Malhotra. A dark art film at its best, while it failed to set the cash registers ringing at the box office, it was well-received by critics.

Kiran Rao's directorial debut 'Dhobi Ghat', that saw Khan essay the role of a reclusive Mumbai-based artist, hit the theatres in January 2011. Khan also produced the film, which he called among his f..
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Another Aamir Khan production, 'Delhi Belly' was a dark comedy that impressed not just critics but also fans. Starring Imran Khan, Kunaal Roy Kapur and Vir Das in pivotal roles, it revolved around the lives of three friends living a debt-ridden life in a shady apartment in New Delhi.

The A-rated film, that saw Khan make an appearance in the concluding song 'I hate you like I love you', received a four-star rating from critics and opened with a bang at the box office.

Another Aamir Khan production, 'Delhi Belly' was a dark comedy that impressed not just critics but also fans. Starring Imran Khan, Kunaal Roy Kapur and Vir Das in pivotal roles, it revolved around th..
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