Pre-Release Review-“Taare Zameen Par”

Finally, “Taare Zameen Par” first film of Amir Khan of this year is ready to hit the theatres on 21 Dec. This film is not special because of the presence of Amir Khan in it but with this film we will also be able to watch direction of Amir Khan. According to Amir Khan, he always wanted to direct films, however he wanted to do this after finishing his acting career. Then why Amir accepted “Taare Zameen Par” as actor and director then the answer is that script of film impressed him very much and also he wanted to make a similar film for the children.

“Taare Zameen Par” is basically a story of small kid who remains happy in his own life filled with animals, colours and kits etc and he finds difficulty in concerting in studies, doing homework, reaming in discipline and getting good marks. To get rid of this problem, parents send him to a boarding school so that he can become a more disciplined and career oriented child. Situations become even worse until one day a new teacher join his school and help this small kid “Ishaan” coming out of his problems and finding his real self.

Role of kid Ishaan in this movie is played by a child artist Darsheel Safary and Amir himself is doing the role of school teacher. Amir Khan has tried his best to promote this film with his full energy and for this purpose he visited number of schools and orphan homes. Numbers of contests related to film are also launched to get the attention of people and children. Amir Khan even tried to create controversy around this movie when he criticised film “Black” starring Amitab Bachan for showing wrongful treatment of children in this movie. Final verdict of people about film will be available in front of us only after the release of this film and till then we can hope for another hit film from the Amir Khan.

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