Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak gave a dream launchpad to Aamir but the superstar was convinced it was a half-baked performance for him, while Juhi CHawla was bang-on!
The blockbuster romantic-drama, released on April 29, 1988, was a modern-day take on the classic tragic love story Romeo and Juliet. To celebrate the film’s 30 years, a special screening was held last night. Present at the event were Aamir, director Mansoor Khan, music duo Anand Milind and other cast and crew.
Post the screening, Aamir attended a presser, where he revealed, “When I see my work I don’t like it. I feel it could’ve been much better. Especially in this film, I loved Juhi’s work. She was bang on, fantastic, natural. I was very raw. Some scenes I did ok, some I didn’t and fumbled.”
He even confessed that he was ready to reshoot his portions, as he was convinced his work was sub-far. However that didn't happen. “I was convinced, when the film releases, people will love Juhi and my work won’t be appreciated much because I also didn’t like my work. I was very unhappy with my work, I still am. But people liked it! May be I was fortunate,” he said.