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I cannot advise my brother Amir Khan for his divorce, says Faissal Khan


Superstar Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao announced their divorce after 15 years of a successful marriage in July this year. Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao announced their separation in a joint statement. As per the statement, Aamir and Kiran decided to be co-parents and family for each other. The statement reads, “In these 15 beautiful years together we have shared a lifetime of experiences, joy, and laughter, and our relationship has only grown in trust, respect, and love. Now we would like to begin a new chapter in our lives — no longer as husband and wife, but as co-parents and family for each other.”

Recently in an interaction with media, Aamir’s brother Faissal reacted to this development. Faissal, “I cannot give them any advice. My marriage didn’t work out, so I am no one to comment on anyone’s personal life. They know what is best for them.
About his relationship with Aamir, the actor said, “Everything is okay between us and not as in past. As an individual, I make my own decisions. I am not a director who doesn’t know what he has made. I have given my best and my producers have helped me with it. God’s and the audience’s verdict remains to be seen.” Faissal will now make a comeback in the film industry with his upcoming directorial project Faactory. Faissal will play a lead role in the movie.

Faissal also revealed his family’s reaction to Faactory and said that both his mother and his brother seemed to have liked it. He also shared that Aamir complimented him on his singing and told him, “You have sung the song very well. You’re better than me.”
Faissal also opened up on if he plans to marry again after a failed marriage and said, “Unfortunately, I have not made enough money to afford a wife and I don’t have any girlfriend, because having one is also an expensive affair.

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