Basking in the success of their film 'Talaash', Bollywood actors Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Rani Mukherjee celebrated its success in Mumbai.
The success party was organized after their film 'Talaash'did good business at the box office
Posing for shutterbugs, Kareena Kapoor Khan who has been widely appreciated for her role as a mysterious prostitute in the film, said: "I think that everyone is very happy that the film has received such a great response and I think we are all just very excited that the movie is such a big hit. I think I am more grateful that my character in the film has been appreciated by my fans. I think it is all because of Reema (Bollywood director, Reema Kagti). The entire credit goes to Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar for attempting such a brave film."
Director Reema Kagti said: "It is not that I am trying to experiment for the sake of experimenting. It is just the story, well again the story that I like leads to there. I am not consciously trying to be different or give anything different."
An elated Aamir Khan said: "I am happy that a majority of the audience liked the film and it has done well business wise in India and abroad. There are people who might have not it but 80 percent have liked it and that is good."
After a gap of nearly three years, perfectionist Khan made his comeback to the silver screen with his new suspense drama.
In his latest movie, Khan dons the role of a police officer, a character he last played in the 1999 movie 'Sarfarosh'.
The film also stars, actor Rani Mukherjee who plays the role of a distressed wife coming to terms with the loss of her son in an accident. (ANI)