Mumbai, Dec 31 (IANS) Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, who featured in the Hindi remake of hit Tamil film "Ghajini", says he won't be able to remake his directorial debut "Taare Zameen Par".
"It happens seldom that we remake a hit film. Perhaps, I would not be able to remake my film 'Taare Zameen Par'. Even if I make it, I won't be able to make it with the same passion," said Aamir.
But Aamir lauded the efforts of "Ghajini" director A.R. Murugadoss, saying: "The passion with which Murugadoss has remade the film is commendable. I appreciate the energy and passion with which he has made the film for the second time. He infused his energy in the film and it connected with the audience and turned it into such a big hit."
Aamir was speaking at the success party of the film here Tuesday evening. "Ghajini" has raked in an initial of Rs.900 million worldwide over the weekend.
Aamir also gives credit to good marketing strategy and proper distribution for the success of the film.
"Success of a film is the joint effort of so many people. Every film goes through three stages - making followed by marketing and then distribution. After we make the film, we hand it over to the marketing team, which plays a very important role in creating awareness about the film.
"I think our marketing people have done a tremendous job. Besides, Big Pictures and Indian Films, which have distributed the film overseas and in India, have done a great job as well," said Aamir.