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Amir Khan to make movie on Kaziranga

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHAT, Nov � Actor Amir Khan, who visited the Kaziranga National Park today along with his wife Kiran Rao and filmmaker Karan Johar, hinted at making a film or a documentary featuring the celebrated park in the near future.

Interacting with media-persons at Kaziranga, the Bollywood star said that while the present visit was purely a personal one in a bid to spend some quality time in the North East, he was so enamoured by Kaziranga that he would love to be back in its wilderness soon.

�I have been bowled over as much by Kaziranga as by the warm hospitality accorded to me by the people in Assam. Hopefully, I will be back again soon� I could be making a film or a documentary on Kaziranga,� Khan said.

Khan was also all praise for the conservation success of Kaziranga over the decades which has seen its rhino population shoot up to 2,300 from less than a dozen a century back. He, however, expressed concern over the recent spurt in poaching of the pachyderm, and expressed the hope that with concerted effort from all quarters, the animals would get foolproof protection.

Khan also had a telephonic conversation with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi. Khan told Gogoi that he was overwhelmed by the love, affection and hospitality showered on him by the people. He also termed Assam�s natural beauty as something rarely to be seen elsewhere.

Khan, who arrived at Kaziranga around 10 am, took a two-hour jeep safari covering both Bagori and Kohora ranges. Later he had lunch at the nearby Hatikhuli tea estate.

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Amir Khan to make movie on Kaziranga

GUWAHAT, Nov � Actor Amir Khan, who visited the Kaziranga National Park today along with his wife Kiran Rao and filmmaker Karan Johar, hinted at making a film or a documentary featuring the celebrated park in the near future.

Interacting with media-persons at Kaziranga, the Bollywood star said that while the present visit was purely a personal one in a bid to spend some quality time in the North East, he was so enamoured by Kaziranga that he would love to be back in its wilderness soon.

�I have been bowled over as much by Kaziranga as by the warm hospitality accorded to me by the people in Assam. Hopefully, I will be back again soon� I could be making a film or a documentary on Kaziranga,� Khan said.

Khan was also all praise for the conservation success of Kaziranga over the decades which has seen its rhino population shoot up to 2,300 from less than a dozen a century back. He, however, expressed concern over the recent spurt in poaching of the pachyderm, and expressed the hope that with concerted effort from all quarters, the animals would get foolproof protection.

Khan also had a telephonic conversation with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi. Khan told Gogoi that he was overwhelmed by the love, affection and hospitality showered on him by the people. He also termed Assam�s natural beauty as something rarely to be seen elsewhere.

Khan, who arrived at Kaziranga around 10 am, took a two-hour jeep safari covering both Bagori and Kohora ranges. Later he had lunch at the nearby Hatikhuli tea estate.

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