#23 #Scriptors100BestFilm #Children’sDay “Jo dikhta hai, humko lagta hai… hai, aur jo nahi dikhta hai, humko lagta hai… nahi hai. Lekin kabhi kabhi jo dikhta hai woh nahi hota hai, aur jo nahi dikhta hai, woh hota hai.”
This dialogue, not only says it all about this wonderful movie, but also reflects the cute world of a cute little boy who sees the world a bit differently.
Taare Zameen Par was inevitably slated to be a perfect movie, because the director was none other than Mr. Perfectionist himself. However, it would be a grossly negligent assumption to say that Aamir Khan did it all. He surely did it, but he wasn’t alone. There was a wonder-kid by his side – Darsheel Safary. Darsheel is a fine testament of the fact that actor is at his/her best when he/she is raw, because that’s when they do not attempt ‘to act’. Such an honest performance garnered Darsheel a widespread recognition, awards, critical acclaim, and obviously the resolute place in the minds of millions of moviegoers.
Shot in a fairly realistic manner, through a controlled direction, and with the natural performances from all the actors Taare Zameen Par left an undying impact. We didn’t need long soliloquies to explain to us Eight-year-old emotionally alienated Ishaan’s miserable and lonely situation; his teary melancholic eyes did it perfectly well. So well that little Ishaan broke our hearts and before we knew we had become a part of his world.
The scene where Aamir’s Character tells Eshaan’s father that how a tribe kills trees just by abusing them verbally, give chills to your spine and make you think many times. The songs like “Maa” “Mera jahaan” and “Kholo Kholo Darwaze” makes a it movie worth watching for many times.
Both the debutants, Aamir Khan as the director and Darsheel Safary as the actor, displayed high level of flair for their respective tasks, making this movie one of the must-watch movies of Indian cinema.
This is our Children’s Day special best movie pick, dedicated to all the kids and even adults who have that ‘creatively different kid’ still alive in them.