What made Amir buy 22 houses in his familial?

On Saturday, August 4th, 2012

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Amir Khan buys 22 houses in Shahabad!

You might get traumatized with such unusual news, but it’s a truth. Recent reports reveal that the the ‘Dhoom 3’ actor did purchase 22 houses in Shahabad, his ancestral village. While many might wonder why Amir did so, he simply explains, the decision was taken out of absolute sentiment! Prior to this, Amir’s uncle Nassir Hussain and another of his uncles were the owners of the property.

Best known in the B-town as Mr. Perfectionist, Amir decided to purchase the property when he came to know that his uncles wanted to sell it due to certain reasons. He soon contacted them and the deal was finalized.

Keeping his views in favor of purchasing the property, Amir told to a leading daily, “This was a sentimental decision. I have hardly spent time in Shahabad but it is my ancestral home. And there is a bond. When I heard that some of my cousins wanted to sell their homes because they have moved on in life, I expressed a desire to buy it back from them. I have said it earlier and I’m repeating myself that some day I will definitely try out farming. This land is ideal for farming and I want to go to Shahabad and give farming a shot.”

However, the hunk has not registered the whole property to his name only! Rather his brother Faisal and his sisters Farhat and Nikhat have shared an equal part of the property.

Being asked why he took such a decision, Amir clarified, “I have done that because I want my siblings to also have homes right next to mine. I really don’t know when, but the idea is someday I would like all four of us and my mother to spend time together in our ancestral home. Perhaps all my cousins and my nieces and nephews ( Imran Khan) will also join in. It will be the perfect venue for our family reunion.”

Well, now we wonder when that someday is going to come, so that we can witness a complete star family in their ancestral! So, just wait and watch.

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