Perfectionist Aamir Khan has always been supportive of athletes; the actor on several instances has paid his tribute to the great sports personalities of our country and his latest Tweet assures of him continuing on it. The actor in his has now lent his support towards Indian women’s hockey team captain, Rani Rampal. And his dialogue from his blockbuster, Dangal just won our hearts. In his Tweet, he mentioned about how Rani Rampal doesn’t need an award to prove her, in fact she is already a winner.
The Dangal actor’s tweet read, “You don't need an award @imranirampal, you are already special! Wishing you all the best in life. Humaari chhoriyaan kissi se kum hain kay?” The entire thing began when the actor was requested by the hockey team captain, to vote for her for the World Games Athlete of the Year award. Her tweet read, “Dear @aamir_khan sir, It is my honour to be nominated as the only Indian for 'World Games Athlete of the Year'. 'Kya aap humme iss dangal me jitaayenge'. Request, if you could share the below voting link. Vote twice to make your vote count.” ALSO READ: Javed Akhtar’s 75th Birthday Bash: Aamir Khan, Anil Kapoor, Boney Kapoor Go Retro And Celebrate In ‘70s Style
Later on, when the prestigious title Padma Shri was announced for her, she took to her Twitter account and thanked her mentors and her near and dear ones. ALSO READ: Laal Singh Chaddha LEAKED Pics: Aamir Khan And Kareena Kapoor Khan Are Unrecognisable In Their Latest Avatar
She tweeted, “I am humbled and honoured to receive one of the highest civilian awards of our country #Padmashree I dedicate this award to my entire team & supporting staff. Elated & thankful to @KirenRijiju sir @TheHockeyIndia, coach Baldev Sir, family, friends & fans for always supporting me.” ALSO READ: Laal Singh Chaddha Aka Aamir Khan Spotted On The Streets Of Mumbai
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