Aamir enjoyed memorabilia of legendary cricketers in Melbourne
New Delhi, Aug 12 Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, who was in Australia for the screening of his film “Peepli Live”, made the best of his stay by visiting the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground and the National Sports Museum there.
Aamir, who is huge a cricket fan, spent time admiring Sunil Gavaskar’s Test cap and signed bat, a full-sized statue of Don Bradman and the legendary cricketer’s original “baggy green” cap, and watched the lifelike hologram of Shane Warne at the museum.
“I’m such a huge cricket fan and I was looking at the statue of Don Bradman and I was like, ‘I have to come back here and watch a match here’,” Aamir said in a statement.
Aamir, whose production venture “Peepli Live” was premiered at the Melbourne International Film Festival, also enjoyed a lunch with former Australian cricketer Damien Fleming at the ground.