Aamir Khan films that are not too popular among audiences

Aamir Khan has given many hits in his life time. But if we check out in the past, the actor has also worked in many duds too. Check out some Aamir Khan films that are not too popular among the audiences.

Mela (2000): Aamir did Mela specifically to save his blood brother Faisal Khan's failing career. But, the film turned out to be the major failure of the year 2000. The movie begins and finishes with a mela (festival), around which the main tale gets woven.

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Tum Mere Ho (1990): The flick has Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla in the lead roles. But it was a big failure. Here, Aamir donned the role of a snake-charmer with supernatural powers whilst Juhi was a village lass.

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Love Love Love (1989): A characteristic affluent girl and poor boy tale, Love Love Love reunified the Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak jodi, however this time the delight of Aamir Khan-Juhi Chawla failed to work.

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Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin (1990): In Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin, Aamir was seen once again with Dil co-star Madhuri Dixit. He donned the role of a photographer, who gets obsessed with a model (donned by Madhuri Dixit) working in the similar group. The slow speed made the movie very tedious.

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Jawani Zindabad (1990): In this flick, Aamir was seen romancing the 90s star Farha Naaz. The intentions were immense, however the implementation was poor.

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Afsana Pyaar Ka (1991): In Afsana Pyaar Ka, boy and girl, get together, come to blows and turned lovers. The Tip Tip Baarish song is the top notch thing regarding the movie.

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Isi Ka Naam Zindagi (1992): The movie, filmed in the British Raj, showcased the Aamir-Farha pairing once again, save for with uniformly bad outcomes as the one previously. The film circles around a storyof land owned by an old male (donned by Pran).

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Daulat Ki Jung (1992): In Daulat Ki Jung, Aamir and Juhi were the lead pair. But the flick was a huge failure. It was not liked by the fans as well.

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Parampara (1993):

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Unarguably Yash Chopra's nastiest movie, this multi-starrer hyperbolized the 'khandaani dushmani' (warring families) subject, with two stars (Aamir and Saif Ali Khan) becoming from friends to enemies on coming to make out that the other belongs to the opponent family.

by Neetu Panwar | Fri, Apr 26 - 02:13 PM

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