As a producer, he said, "It does not matter to me if you are male or female or an animal. I hope I don't lose my fan-following", Aamir said here on Wednesday while promoting new film "Secret Superstar".
Aamir thinks there is no gender inequality in the film industry. The songs "Main Kaun Hoon", "Meri Pyaari Ammi", "Sapne Re" and "I Miss You" provide further insights into the film. And that is assuming the fact that the film makes a profit.
"So, I follow the oldest method of asking for money in performing arts".
"In films, there are two levels of payments that we have".
In an interview with NDTV, Aamir said, "It's very important for me to trust the director". I strongly feel all the people in the creative team are contributing equally and should be paid equally. "The people who draw crowd are male and it is a result of the patriarchal influence on our society", he said in an interview Wednesday. His role is that of a music director named Shakti Kumarr, who is past his career prime. "You could be an animal, but if you can pull people in, I would want you get a bigger paycheque". But then, that is how Aamir Khan works! What is more, viewers are excited to watch the "Dangal" pair of father and daughter playing mentor and mentee in "Secret Superstar". Because as kids, whatever stories we have heard, have seen boys as heroes and saviours.