Taare Zameen Par Movie Review

Taare Zameen Par Movie Review

Cinema is a sort of art that affects millions of people around the globe and shows a particular idea. The Movie “Taare Zameen Par” directed by Amir Khan is one of them.

"Taare Zameen Par" is a heartwarming and thought-provoking Bollywood film that touches the soul, Hindi-language drama film produced and directed by Amir Khan. It's starts Amit Khan himself, with Darsheel Safary, Tanay Chheda, Vipin Sharma and Tisca Chopra. Movie is written by Amole Gupte and was released on 21 December 2007. 

The movie explores the life of a dyslexic child, Ishaan, brilliantly portrayed by Darsheel Safary. The film beautifully depicts the struggles Ishaan faces in a world that doesn't understand his condition and the transformative impact of a dedicated teacher, played by Aamir Khan. The life and imagination of Ishaan, an artistically gifted 9-year-old boy whose poor academic performance leads his parents to send him to a boarding school, where a new art teacher Nikumbh (Amir Khan) suspects that he is dyslexic and helps him to overcome his reading disorder.

The most wonderful thing about the film that I liked is that the film's storytelling is exceptional, and it manages to strike a perfect balance between emotional depth and light-hearted moments. The music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy adds to the film's emotional depth, and the song "Maa" is particularly moving.

Also the types of shots used in movie is just amazing the closeup shots to show Ishaan's emotions and the long-wide shots to show his environment where he is confused and don't know what to do. 

This movie is wonderful movie to watch with family, "Taare Zameen Par" not only raises awareness about learning disabilities but also emphasizes the importance of recognizing and nurturing a child's unique talents. It's a film that resonates with both children and adults, leaving a lasting impression and a valuable message. After watching, this cinematic gem will always have special place in your heart.

Author - Akriti Singh