Bollywood film actor Aamir Khan poses after a press conference in Mumbai on December 4, 2012.   Khan, dubbed as Indian cinema's Mr Perfectionist returned to the big screen in his first commercial film release for three years, taking up the role of a mustachioed police inspector in a Mumbai crime thriller "Talaash" (Search).  Earlier this year Khan launched a 13-episode Sunday morning television show that won plaudits for tackling some of India's darkest social problems, drawing comparisons between him and US chat show host Oprah Winfrey.  AFP PHOTO/INDRANIL MUKHERJEE

Aamir works on profit-sharing


Aamir Khan is one of those few stars from the industry who works on a profit-sharing agreement with the producers of his films. “Actually, I don’t charge a fee. It has been years since I have stopped charging. If my film earns less, I earn less, and if my film makes more money, I make more money,” says Aamir. If rumors are to be believed then Aamir will take a lion’s share, that of 70 percent profit, with Yash Raj Film’s next, ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ to be released soon. The actor has been shooting for the action entertainer in Rajasthan.