Taare Zameen Par Movie Review, Cast, And Story

Taare Zameen Par

“Taare Zameen Par” is a 2007 Indian drama film directed by Aamir Khan. The film explores the life and imagination of Ishaan, an eight-year-old boy who is thought to be dyslexic. Through Ishaan’s eyes, the film takes the viewer on a journey into the world of a child’s imagination. The film is a powerful portrayal of how a child with a learning disability can be helped to succeed.

Some Details About Taare Zameen Par Movie :

Release date 21 December 2007 (India)
Director Aamir Khan, Amole Gupte
Box office est.₹1.35 billion
Written by Amole Gupte
Distributed by PVR Pictures, UTV Motion Pictures

 

Taare Zameen Par Review Rating 

 

IMDB 8.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes 92%
Studocu 3.7/5

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Taare Zameen Par Movie Top Cast Name:- 

  • Darsheel Safary
  • Aamir Khan
  • Tisca Chopra
  • Vipin Sharma
  • Sachet Engineer
  • Tanay Chheda
  • Lalitha Lajmi
  • Girija Oak
  • Ravi Khanvilkar
  • Pratima Kulkarni
  • Meghna Malik
  • Sonali Sachdev
  • Sanjay Dadhich
  • Rajgopal Iyer
  • Bugs Bhargava Krishna
  • Shankar Sachdev
  • M.K. Raina
  • Gurkirtan

Taare Zameen Par Movie Story With The Best Dialogue

 

Aamir Khan’s Taare Zameen Par is a movie that every parent must watch with their children. It is the story of a young boy, Ishaan, who is struggling in school. His parents and teachers don’t understand him and all he wants is to be able to express himself.

 

The movie has some great dialogue that really hits home. Here are some of the best:

 

  • Ishaan’s mother: “Ishaan is different. He is not like other children.”
  • Ishaan’s father: “I don’t understand why he can’t do what other children can do.”
  • Ishaan’s teacher: “Ishaan, you are not like other children. You have to try harder.”
  • Ishaan: “I know I am different. But I don’t know why. I just want to be like other children.”
  • Ishaan’s mother: “Ishaan, you are special. You are unique. You are not like other children.”
  • Ishaan: “I don’t want to be different. I just want to be like other children.”

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