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Staying Young with Aamir Khan on NDTV

Mumbai, December 5, 2005: He likes to keep his distance from the media and is known to keep his personal life under wraps, but Aamir Khan has just completed not one, but two one-hour interviews with NDTV for 'India Questions', a show which brings India's youth face-to- face with famous personalities. Grilling him on the show are nearly 50 young fans, who are guided in their Q & A session by NDTV's Dr Prannoy Roy.

Nearly two decades after he first arrived in theatres as India's new leading man, Aamir continues to be a youth icon. The actor shines in the interviews as he speaks about politics, movies and what it's like to work opposite today's new breed of very tall actresses. This open platform allows his many admirers to see why he remains 'Forever Young'.

You can watch him in a candid discussion about his life, his movies and much more on the special program, 'India Questions'.



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Saturday, Dec 10, at 7 pm

Sunday, Dec 11 at 11 am

NDTV 24X7

Friday, Dec 9 at 9:30 pm

Saturday, Dec 10 at 10 pm

Sunday, Dec 11 at 3.30 pm



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Friday, Dec 9 at 10 pm

Saturday, Dec 10 at 12 noon

Sunday, Dec 11 at 10.30 pm



About NDTV

New Delhi Television is, and has been for the last 18 years, a pioneer in Indian television news. NDTV broadcasts three channels, NDTV 24x7, NDTV India and NDTV Profit and is India's largest News Network. NDTV's team of professional journalists includes India's best-known faces on television, a team that has won a large number of international awards, including India's first-ever international Emmy award. As an organization, NDTV is totally committed to one cause: to use its experience, expertise, technology and reach to create unparalleled coverage of the latest in domestic and international news and entertainment for viewers at home and around the world.

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