Posted on January 15, 2008. Filed under: ekalayva, jayan, movie |

Chak de was the last good movie that I saw. Taare Zameen Par replaces it now. I watched it with Ayyappan. I liked it. Its a colorful, simple movie about the story of what a boy with a disability in reading, writing and spelling words experiences in a world where race for marks and grades sidelines everything else. Aamir plays a teacher and Darsheel Safary plays Ishaan the freedom lover, the boy who sees dancing letters.

I still am left wondering how Aamir managed to get so many emotions out of the lil kid Ishaan.  Kudos to both and the entire team who created this movie !! And folks beware, Aamir Khan has attempted some tear extractor techniques and seems successful to some extent :).


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i agree it was an amazing movie….
worth watching twice

Yeah, I am planning to take my parents too this time. Worth a watch.

Being with special kids is indeed a very special experience. Glad that it is being shared via cinema. Revati Menon, after ‘Anjali’, and seeing kids with cerebral palsy, became quite an ambassador for special people. Look forward to seeing Tare Zameen Par. Thanks

This movie was awesome. And the song “Maa” is completely mind-swirling. Darsheel has performed beyond his age. So has Aamir, as a debutant director!

Yes Arun. I liked tat song too. Its an overall touching movie.

The way Ishaan solves 3 * 9 = 3 some how reminds me of Calvin 🙂

TZP is mind blowing !!!!!!!!!

Calculation at its best 🙂 . The director succeded in depicting those fascinating, uncomprehendible and seemingly crazy thought processes that go on in a child’s mind to perfection.

When asked by a peer as to how he fared in the exam, Darsheel, having answered just one question, says “bindaas”…Gem of a director and future of serious acting ..Hats off Aamir and Darsheel.

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