MUMBAI: Bollywood actor Aamir Khan has expressed wish to write a biography but also insisted to publish it after his death.

Talking to media, Aamir said that his life is an open book and everyone knows about his struggle and work. He said that he wants people to remember him after 50 years for which he will be writing his biography.

Khan, 52, plays a sleazy music producer in the film “Secret Superstar” and said he is second lead to teenager Zaira Wasim, playing a schoolgirl who defies her conservative Muslim family to pursue her dream of a singing career.

Khan’s last film “Dangal”, or wrestling pit, was based on the true story of a former wrestler who trains two of his daughters to become champions in the sport. It was the highest grossing movie for Bollywood, as India’s Hindi film industry is known, and was powered by huge collections in China.

Three of Khan’s films are in Bollywood’s top four all-time hits. Besides Dangal, these include “PK”, in which he played an alien dealing with religious divisions in India, and “3 Idiots”, about the frailties in India’s education system.