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“ I tend to forget my lines while I worked with Amitabh Bachchan”: Aamir Khan.

Superstar Aamir Khan says he thinks of himself as a learner with a curious brain.

“I see myself as somebody who is attempting to find out and learn more things. Every film I try and do, whether or not I do a movie, do one thing for Paani Foundation or Satyameva Jayate (TV show), it’s a journey for me.”

“I see myself as a learner, somebody who has a very inquisitive mind. I’m a student of no matter what I’m dealing with and everything is new to me,” Aamir said during an event.

The actor has left an impression of being a very systematic person, however, Aamir told that in the world, he’s messy.

“I wander off in my head. When I sat during a meeting, it’s sometimes for an hour or so, however, it went on for 2 hours or so. Then I remembered that there are many things and tasks that I have to do.  I actually have to try and do. Thus my day becomes longer. I get lost in my work,” he told at the launch of Vivo’s new smartphone.

Aamir is next to be seen in Thugs of Hindostan where he’s sharing the silver screen with Big B of Bollywood for the first time. The actor said that working with the megastar was like a dream come true.

“I’m a very big fan of Mr. Bachchan all along. In the initial days of rehearsals after which we would  sit and read scenes along..it was a fanboy moment for me.”

“I couldn’t speak properly, I couldn’t keep my lines in mind, I was all over the place all the time. It’s been a real joy for me that each day that I had a seat next to him whilst our shooting,” he said.

The action-adventure film, directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, is going to be in theatres on November 7.