Darsheel Safary and Aamir Khan created a hit song in 2007 with “Taare Zameen Par. “The movie, which marked Aamir’s debut as a filmmaker, examined the lives and creativity of 8-year-old dyslexic Ishaan. He not only directed the movie, but he also performed in it. The Amole Gupte-written movie eventually won a national award. ‘Sitare Zameen Par’ is the name of Aamir Khan’s future movie, which was just unveiled. The actor compared the movie’s subject matter to “Taare Zameen Par.”
New Project Announced By Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan has finally disclosed his upcoming project in the wake of “Laal Singh Chaddha’s” commercial disaster. Aamir stated, “I have not spoken about it publicly and I won’t be able to say much now also,” in an interview with News18. But I know what the title is. The film’s title is Sitare Zameen Par. We’re taking 10 steps further with the same topic, so you must recall my movie “Taare Zameen Par,” and this movie is called “Sitare Zameen Par.” The movie “Taare Zameen Par” was moving. You’ll giggle watching this movie. This movie will amuse you even though that one made you cry.”
But the idea is the same, Aamir continued. “That is why we chose this name with great care. We are carrying forth this subject, but this time, the particular youngster in that movie, Ishaan, who is helped by my character in “Taare Zameen Par,” helps that character. We all have flaws and shortcomings, but we also all have something special. Those nine lads from “Sitare Zameen Par,” who each have problems, assist me. The reverse is true.”
What Is ‘Taare Zameen Par’
Ishaan Awasthi, who has dyslexia, was played by Darsheel Safary in the movie “Taare Zameen Par.” Ram Shankar Nikumbh, an art instructor, was portrayed by Aamir Khan. The movie depicts Ishaan’s life and imagination after his parents transfer him to a boarding school because of his subpar academic performance. There, a new art instructor named Nikumbh fears that he may be dyslexic. He aids him in getting over his reading disability.
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Taare Zameen Par was made available on December 21, 2007. Commercially, it was successful, bringing in Rs. 1.35 billion globally.