Aamir Ali pays homage to Michael Jackson...
Michael Jackson, the Legend is not with us today, and Aamir Ali who has been a great fan of his pays tribute to the Legend...
Published: Friday,Jun 26, 2009 16:44 PM GMT-06:00
Michael Jackson, the King of Pop is no more with us today, and the whole world is paying tribute to the Great Legend.
Aamir Ali, the popular actor who is presently seen in Bhaskar Bharti is a very sad man with the demise of Michael Jackson, his childhood hero. "I literally had tears in my eyes when I got to know of it. I have been a big fan of his since my child hood days. I had always been a bad dancer, and had regretted that I cannot shake my legs to the Legend's great music", says Aamir.
The actor still remembers Michael Jackson's last performance in Mumbai back in 1995. "I had been to the concert and had seen people jump with joy hearing the music of the great man. I have grown up hearing his works, whether it be 'Beat It', 'He's The World', 'Billie Jean'…and the list is long. I was so looking forward to his comeback tour which was to start in July. It's a shame that we cannot see him once again on the stage", says the actor.
Hinting to the controversies that have plagued Michael, Aamir states, "We always value people who are dead. So I believe that all the fans of MJ all over the world will now be telling how good a man was he".
Aamir confides that the motivation to learn dance when he was offered a platform such as Nach Baliye came to him because he always dreamt of dancing to Michael Jackson's numbers. "In the Grand Finale of Nach Baliye, I had even paid my respects to the two dancing sensations Michael Jackson and Mithun Da by including few of their trademark steps in my dance", quips the actor.
Aamir further adds, "Inspired by Michael Jackson, I have worn only white socks all throughout my life. Irrespective of the color of suit I wear, my socks is always white".
"He was indeed a Legend and the world will miss him and his music forever', concludes Aamir as he pays tributes to the man..
Reporter and Author: Srividya Rajesh