Like most right-minded people, Peter Foster hates celebritydom of the manufactured kind. But even the real celebrities, he says, invoke more pity than envy.
The Delhi correspondent of The Daily Telegraph, London, Foster spent a day on set with Aamir Khan while playing the part of a British soldier as an extra in Rang De Basanti.
“The overwhelming impression of a day spent in Aamirji‘s life was that it was pretty miserable.
“The guy can’t even fart without an assistant to help him, and everywhere he goes, as if by magic, uncontrollable crowds assemble, clamouring for a little piece of the man.”
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