Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has questioned the relevance of award functions, including the National Film Awards, by citing Aamir Khan’s example. The 55-year-old director took to Twitter, where he called the actor “the greatest filmmaker” in the country and said his consistent absence from such events only reflects their importance today. “Fact that Aamir Khan, the greatest filmmaker of India does not attend any award events, including national award speaks, about those events,” wrote Varma.

The “Sarkaar” director further lauded Khan for continuing to deliver good content and not care about receiving awards. “Highest quality films are made by Aamir and that he doesn’t care to be measured by any Indian award committee, including National (Awards) speaks loud,” he added.

 

Fact that Aamir khan,the greatest film maker of india does not attend any award events including national award speaks about those events

— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) April 23, 2017

Highest quality films are made by Aamir and that he doesn’t care to be measured by any Indian award commitee including national speaks loud

— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) April 23, 2017

A Single truth about mingling relationships is,who r single r always eager 2 mingle nd those who already mingled r eager to b single

— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) April 23, 2017

Recently, actor Akshay Kumar winning the National Award for Best Actor for his role in crime drama “Rustom” was questioned by people.