After wrapping up with his Bollywood projects, Aamir Khan has dedicated himself to his Paani Foundation which works for the welfare of draught-hit people in India. The foundation is working day in and day out, with the superstar involved intensively, to create awareness about water management and draught prevention in villages of Maharashtra. For quite some time, Aamir Khan has dedicated his social media creating awareness about his non-profit organisation. His wife Kiran Rao has also joined in the proceedings of the NGO. She is one of the founders of Paani Foundation. On Wednesday, Aamir Khan shared a series of pictures with wife Kiran Rao, enjoying Bhel Puri and Sugarcane Juice (Ganne Ka Ras) at a local Dhaba in Zhawadarjun village in Maharashra. He wrote, "At Zhawadarjun village yesterday. Stopped for the best ganney-ka-juice on the way there."
In the pictures, Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao are enjoying Bhel Puri served on a sheet of newspaper. They are relishing on a glass of sugarcane juice, just like the locals do to beat the summer heat. In one of the pictures, they posed with the workers of the Dhaba. Interestingly, the pictures are taken on Vivo X21 selfie phone which is endorsed by Aamir Khan as a brand ambassador. It seems like the superstar believes in doing before preaching when it comes endorsements.
Many Bollywood celebrities including Madhuri Dixit Nene have joined his initiative and Paani Foundation to combat draught issues in Maharashta. Marathi actress Amruta Khanvilkar who was last seen in Raazi, also endorses this organisation.
Recently, Aamir Khan was seen travelling by economy class from Belfast to India. The actor looks bemused by the fans reaction spotting him in an economy class. The video went viral on the internet.
On the work front, Aamir Khan will be next seen in Forrest Gump's Hindi remake titled Lal Singh Chaddha. He will reprise Tom Hanks role as the male lead. It will be helmed by Secret Superstar director Advait Chandan. He made the announcement in a press meet on his birthday last month.