Actor Aamir Khan, who came to Nepal for Vipassana meditation last Sunday, has returned home. It is reported that he left for India by Indigo Airlines at around 11 am on Friday. The reason why he left the 10-day meditation and returned to the country is not clear. He came to Nepal to participate in the meditation camp of Nepal Vipassana Dhyana Center at Budanilkanth.
The 10-day meditation period was scheduled to end on May 18. However, he returned home without completing the meditation period. He came to Nepal with some helpers. He stayed at the meditation camp for four days following all the rules of Vipassana center. He used to reach the meditation hall at 4 am. It is believed that he left the meditation and returned to the country for family reasons.
Aamir is a successful Bollywood actor. After giving successful films like ‘Ghajni’, ‘PK’, ‘Three Idiots’, ‘Dhoom 3’, ‘Dangal’, there have been major ups and downs in his personal and professional life in recent years. Two years ago, he ended his 15-year-long marriage with his wife Kiran Rao, while his later films ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ and ‘Lal Singh Chadha’ were flops at the box office.