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Aamir Khan’s brother Faisal said, ‘I can neither keep a wife, nor can I afford girlfriend’

Aamir Khan brother Faissal Khan comeback: Aamir Khan’s brother Faisal Khan is soon going to make a comeback from the film factory after a long time. Faisal himself has directed this film and is also acting in this film. In an interview, Faisal also talked about his personal life from his relationship with Aamir Khan.

In July this year, on the breakdown of 15-year-old marriage of Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao, he said, what advice would I give to Aamir and Kiran, if my marriage did not last itself, then I do not have the right to comment on anyone else’s personal life. . They know what is right for them. On the question of remarriage, Faizal said that I do not have enough money to have a wife or girlfriend. It is very heavy to bear the expenses of the wife and I do not even have the money worth the girlfriend. If the picture becomes a hit then I will start looking for a girl for myself. Let us tell you that Faizal worked with Aamir Khan in the film Mela, which proved to be a superflop.

Aamir Khan's brother Faisal Khan said, 'I can neither keep a wife, nor can I afford girlfriend'

Faizal also worked in some other films but he proved to be a flop in his Bollywood innings. Faisal came into the limelight a few years back when he made several allegations against Aamir. Faisal had said that Aamir, along with other members of the house, kept him imprisoned in the house for a year and gave him wrong medicines. Apart from this, Faizal had also accused Aamir of grabbing his property. The matter had also reached the court but Faizal’s allegations were proved to be baseless as his mental condition was not good at that time. He was suffering from schizophrenia.

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