Arshad Warsi, Vivek Oberoi salute Aamir Khan on silver jubilee in filmdom

By HT

Actor Arshad Warsi, who shares screen space with Aamir Khan in, P.K., says the Indian film industry needs more people like the actor-filmmaker, who made his Bollywood debut 25 years back on this date. Aamir's first film, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, (QSQT) released on this day in 1988.

"Actors like Aamir should stay in the industry for as long as possible. We need more actors with the dedication that Aamir has, so that our industry can match international standards," Arshad said here at the launch party of Samsung's newest mobile offering S4.

Calling Aamir a phenomenon, actor Vivek Oberoi said: "I am a big fan of not only his work, but even his professional ethics."

Vivek is yet to work with Aamir, but says "the way he works is a great inspiration for all of us."

Aamir, 48, has been busy shooting for P.K. and Dhoom 3.

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