\'I Play Chess Online\', Says Aamir About How He\'s Coping With Sleep Loss Pre-Aug 11

“I play chess on the internet” Amir says Aamir regarding how he’s dealing with the loss of sleep prior to Aug 11.

New Delhi, Aug 9 : While the film industry awaits the battle of Aamir Khan’s “Laal Singh Chaddha’ and Akshay Kumar’s ‘Raksha Bhan on August 11, with anxious excitement, Aamir was in the Capital with co-stars, Naga Chaitanya and Mona Singh visiting the National War Memorial.
Dressed in white kurtas and blue jeans Aamir was seen walking around the museum to pay tribute to those who sacrificed their lives for their country.

 'i Play Chess Online', Says Aamir About How He's Coping With Sleep Loss Pre-aug-TeluguStop.com

The film features Aamir as well as Naga Chaitanya portray soldiers who fight in the Kargil War.Kareena Kapoor plays the role of Aamir’s love interest .Mona Singh, last seen with Aamir in Raju Hirani’s “3 Idiots,” in which she was the Kareena character’s sister as the screen mother of Aamir.

Both Aamir and Mona have tough roles to follow, as their roles in “Forrest Gump,” of which ‘Laal Singh Chadddha is the official version.

were played by Tom Hanks and the redoubtable Sally Field, respectively.

In a candid exchange, Aamir stated: “I am very nervous at the moment.It’s been 48 hours since I haven’t slept.I’m not kidding that I’m unable to fall asleep.My brain is in overdrive and I am forced to play chess or read online.I’ll be able rest until after August 11.”

Expressing his deepest feelings, he said: “I will finally go to sleep after August 11th.I believe Advait [director Chandan] and I will rest peacefully, and when we awake the audience will inform us if they liked the movie or not.We will awake and find out.”

How do he plan to learn what the audience’s feelings are: “I walk around in various theatres to observe the audience’s reactions towards the movie.The audience isn’t aware that I’m in the theater.The beginning of the week, I go to various cities and halls to observe the raw reaction of the audience through the projection windows or the side doors.” Aamir said.

He also said: “It depends on the theater, and which hiding place is more suitable.By doing this I receive an unfiltered reaction by the audience.If the audience is aware that I am in the room, then the reaction might be different.However, I would like to experience the natural reaction of the audience.”

The industry of cinema is awestruck with the announcement that advance bookings of “Laal Singh Chaddha” are the second highest after the Ranveer Singh-directed “83,” is praying that the fate of the film in 1983 World Cup drama is not the same for Aamir’s dream movie.