AIB Roast: Aamir defends himself, says no vulgarity in nudity

AIB Roast: Aamir defends himself, says no vulgarity in nudity

Tinsel town's Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan, who had opined that the comedy roast show AIB Knockout was 'violent' and 'shameful', surprisingly doesn't find nudity to be vulgar.

When Aamir had expressed his disappointment over the AIB Roast show, people called him a hypocrite and questioned him about his nude 'PK' poster and adult film 'Delhi Belly'.

Defending his act of posing almost nude, with only his modesty covered with a transistor, for the 'PK' poster, Aamir stated that he doesn't find nudity to be vulgar as we are all born nude.

Justifying himself, Aamir said, "In P.K. I play an alien and they don’t wear clothes on his planet. For me, there’s no vulgarity in nudity. That is how we are born into this world."

Aamir also clarified that he was not offended with the adult content of the show as his movie 'Delhi Belly' was also made for adults.

The actor further stated that he has no moral issues with the content of the roast show as he is aware that when one signs up for a roast show one is bound to get insulted.

But, what he disliked about the show is that besides insulting the people who had signed for it, it also insulted others who were not a part of it and not even aware of the show.

Explaining his point, Aamir said, "A young girl whom I’ve known since she was a kid, was the butt of racist and sexist jokes. She did not even know that a live audience was watching this and couldn’t protect herself. That is unfair!"

Thus, his reaction on the controversial comedy roast show was just emotional.

Known for his experimental nature, Aamir will be soon seen playing a wrestler in his upcoming movie 'Dangal'.

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