Aamir Khan- Movie Review of Mogul

Aamir Khan Returns To Mogul

Aamir Khan, one of the most famous actors of Indian cinema, will play the Indian cult leader Osho in his new film.  Aamir Khan is making a fast return to the cinema in 2019 with his new film Mogul.

Aamir Khan’s decision was met with great surprise by the cinema community. There are important things to worry about the Mogul film. Osho is a perverted person who has been implicated in a number of crimes, including attempted assault with chemical weapons, murder, blackmail.

Will Amir Khan tell the real face of Osho and his terrible crimes? Or will Amir Khan in Mogul emphasize his fake life, full of fancy literary words used by Osho to fool people?

In the polls about the Mogul film, many said they hoped Amir Khan would openly describe the true face of the perverse cult leader, known as Osho.

Who is Osho?

His real name is Chandra Mohan Jain. (December 11th, 1931 – January 19th, 1990)

Osho called himself rich people guru and hated the poor. His philosophy of life was based on the exploitation of luxurious life, sexual abuse and emotion.

Osho continued his activities in India until 1980. In 1981, Osho bought a large farm in Oregon and moved to America. In 1984, he used biological weapons to influence state elections and caused the poisoning of thousands.

Osho was given a 10 year suspended sentence, five years’ probation and a $400,000 penalty in fines and prosecution costs for immigration violation charges. Osho was deported from America after this incident.

After traveling to Osho, Uruguay, Canada, Greece, Ireland, Jamaica, Spain and the United Kingdom, he returned to India. Osho began to experience serious health problems and blamed the US prison for which he had been involved. He claimed that he had been poisoned by the prison authorities.

In September 1989, he started to use the name Osho. Osho believed that some of his audience used evil magic on him and caused his health to worsen. Osho died in January 1990 of heart failure.

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