Actor Aamir Khan graced the fifth edition of the Indian Screenwriters Conference as chief guest on August 1, 2018 (File photo)
Aamir Khan is known for blockbuster films and his journey in Bollywood has been a great success story, but the actor says he has cried for the films that did not do well.
Aamir, however, says that that his films were successful is a coincidence and yet his biggest fear is not failure but of not trying.
"I want to go with my conviction while making a film and if there is a loss, I will mourn that also. I cry when my films don't work," Aamir said in an interaction at the three-day Indian Screenwriters Conference (ISC) in Mumbai.
"I often get the credit... The fact is that the story is written by a writer and then has grown organically."
The 53-year-old actor says “if any aspect - be it the script, casting, location, sound design, editing or marketing - fails, it will not work. For a film to be successful, it is important to hit the ball in the centre."
Aamir Khan is the chief guest of the fifth edition of the ISC in Mumbai organised by the Screenwriters Association (SWA). The three-day writers conference began on Wednesday.