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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Darsheel Safary Ishaan Awasthi Aamir Khan Ram Shankar Nikumbh Tisca Chopra Maya Awasthi Vipin Sharma Nandkishore Awasthi Sachet Engineer Yohan Awasthi Tanay Chheda Rajan Damodaran Lalitha Lajmi Self - Art Mela's Chief Guest Girija Oak Jabeen - Amir's Co-worker as Girija Ravi Khanvilkar Holkar as Ravi Khanwelkar Pratima Kulkarni Principal - St.
Anthony's School Meghna Malik Victoria Teacher Sonali Sachdev Irene Teacher Sanjay Dadich Maadhoo Raaj Gopal Iyer George Sir Bugs Bhargava Krishna Edit Storyline Ishaan Awasthi is an eight-year-old child whose world is filled with wonders that no one else seems to appreciate; colours, fish, dogs and kites are just not important in the world of adults, who are much more interested in things like homework, marks and neatness.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia The scene in which Ishaan is sent out of the classroom was filmed on the day of the Mumbai Marathon. Jonita Gandhi Tony Kakkar Shankar Mahadevan.
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Frustrated by Ishaan's father, Nikumbh leaves. Nandkishore then feels guilty for his mistreatment of Ishaan. Back at school, Nikumbh brings up the topic of dyslexia in a class by offering a list of famous people who were dyslexic.
He comforts Ishaan by telling him how he struggled as a child as well. Nikumbh obtains the principal's permission to become Ishaan's tutor. With gradual care, he attempts to improve Ishaan's reading and writing by using remedial techniques developed by dyslexia specialists.
Eventually, both Ishaan demeanor and his grades improve. At the end of the school year, Nikumbh organises an arts and crafts contest for the staff and students, judged by artist Lalita Lajmi.
Ishaan, with his strikingly creative style, is declared the winner and Nikumbh, who paints Ishaan's portrait, is declared the runner-up.
The principal announces that Nikumbh has been hired as the school's permanent art teacher. When Ishaan's parents meet his teachers on the last day of school, they are left speechless by the transformation in him.
Overcome with emotion, Nandkishore thanks Nikumbh. Before leaving, Ishaan runs toward Nikumbh, who lifts him high up in a hug.
The husband and wife team of Amole Gupte and Deepa Bhatia developed the story that would eventually become Taare Zameen Par as a way of understanding why some children cannot conform to a conventional educational system.
Their initial work began as a short story that evolved into a screenplay over seven years. Deepa Bhatia later stated in an interview with The Hindu that her original inspiration was not dyslexia but rather the childhood of Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa , who performed poorly in school.
Her goal was thus to explore the story of "a child who did not fit into the school stream. In developing the character of a young boy based on Kurosawa, Bhatia and Gupte explored some possible reasons why he failed in school.
Their research led them to groups such as the Maharashtra Dyslexia Association and Parents for a Better Curriculum for the Child PACE.
Dyslexia eventually became the central topic and theme of the film. The pair worked with dyslexic children to research and develop the screenplay, basing characters and situations on their observations.
Bhatia and Gupte carefully concealed the children's identities in the final version of the script. Khan and Gupte first met in college.
Khan has said that he admired Gupte's abilities as an actor, writer, and painter. Three years before the film's release Gupte brought Khan to the project as a producer and actor.
Gupte himself was to direct,  but the first week's dailies were a great disappointment to Khan, who "lost faith in Amol and his capability of translating on screen what he had so beautifully written on paper".
Contrary to Khan's claim, Gupte lashed out saying that after the wrap-up party, Khan announced that he was the director of the film, despite Gupte acting as director.
Keen to keep Safary as Ishaan—the actor might have aged too much for the part had production been delayed—Khan took over the role of director.
He has admitted that the transition was challenging, stating that while he had always wanted to direct a film, it was unknown territory for him.
Initially, the film was to retain the short story's title of "High Jump", because of Ishaan's inability to achieve the high jump in gym class.
This subplot, which was filmed but later cut, would have tied into the original ending for the movie.
In this planned ending, a "ghost image" separates from Ishaan after the art competition and runs to the sports field; the film would end on a freeze frame of Ishaan's "ghost image" successfully making the leap.
Aamir Khan, however, disliked this proposed ending and convinced Gupte to rewrite it. With the working title no longer relevant,  Khan, Gupte, and Bhatia discussed several alternatives,  eventually deciding on Taare Zameen Par.
Possible translations of this title include Stars on the Ground  and Stars on Earth. Taare Zameen Par is a film about children and it is a film which celebrates the abilities of children.
Taare Zameen Par is a title which denotes that aspect. It is a title with a very positive feel to it. All the kids are special and wonderful.
They are like stars on earth. This particular aspect gave birth to the title. Principal photography for the film took place in India over five months.
At the same time, Khan also made use of illusory camera tricks. For example, the opening scene of Ishaan collecting fish outside his school was shot on location and at Film City.
Shots focusing on Ishaan took place at the former, while those involving the gutter terrarium were filmed at a water tank at the latter.
The tank's water often became murky because the mud would rise to the top, forcing production to constantly empty and refill it.
Due to this hindrance, the scene took eight hours to film. To compensate for the "absolutely petrified" Safary, most joint shots used a body double, though other portions integrated close-up shots of the actor.
To work around the train set piece's immobility, production placed the camera on a moving trolley to create the illusion of a departing train.
For the sequences related from the mother's point of view—shot from behind the actress—Chopra stood on a trolley next to a recreated section of the train's door.
All the school sequences were filmed on location. The production team searched for a Mumbai school with an "oppressive" feel to establish the "heaviness of being in a metropolitan school",  and eventually chose St.
Xavier's School. The production staff placed acrylic sheets invisible to the naked eye on the classroom windows to mask the sounds of nearby crowds and helicopters.
The change of setting was a "breath of fresh air" for the production crew, who moved from Ishaan's small house in Mysore Colony, Chembur to the "vast, beautiful environs" of Panchgani.
Production relied on stock footage for the brief scene of a bird feeding its babies. Khan carefully selected a clip to his liking, but learned three weeks before the film's release that the footage was not available in the proper format.
With three days to replace it or else risk delaying the release, Khan made do with what he could find. He says that he "cringes" every time he sees it.
Real schoolchildren participated throughout the movie's filming. Khan credited them with the film's success, and was reportedly very popular with them.
New to acting, the children often made errors such as staring into the camera, and Khan resorted to unorthodox methods to work around their rookie mistakes.
For example, an early scene in the film featured a school assembly; Khan wanted the students to act naturally and to ignore the principal's speech, but recognised that this would be a difficult feat with cameras present.
First Assistant Director Sunil Pandey spoke continuously in an attempt to "bore the hell out of [them]", and they eventually lost interest in the filming and behaved normally.
Khan opted to film them while he recited a tale, and manipulated his storytelling to achieve the varying spontaneous reactions. Horrified when he learned that the water was 15 feet 4.
Khan found it important that the audience connect the film to real children, and had Pandey travel throughout India filming documentary-style footage of children from all walks of life.
Those visuals were integrated into the end credits. While claymation has been used in Indian television commercials,  the film's title sequence—a representation of Ishaan's imagination  —marked its first instance in a Bollywood film.
Halfway through its creation, however, Khan felt it was not turning out as he had envisioned it. Khan scrapped the project and hired Vaibhav Kumaresh, who hand-drew the scene as a 2D animation.
Artist Samir Mondal composed Ishaan and Nikumbh's art-fair watercolour paintings. He held a workshop with the schoolchildren, and incorporated elements from their artwork into Ishaan's.
Using his left hand, Khan instead wrote it himself. The musical sequence of "Jame Raho" establishes the characters of the four members of Ishaan's family; for example, the father is hardworking and responsible, and Yohaan is an "ideal son" who does all the right things.
A robotic style of music overlaps most of the sequence—this is mirrored by the machine-like morning routines of the mother, father, and Yohaan—but changes for Ishaan's portion to imply that he is different from the rest.
This concept is furthered by speed ramping and having the camera sway with the music to create a distinct style. Because the specific lighting only lasted ten to fifteen minutes a day, the scenes took nearly ten evenings to film.
Production at one time considered having a child singing, but ultimately deemed it too over the top and felt it would connect to more people if sung by an adult.
Shankar initially performed the song as a sample—they planned to replace him with another singer—but production eventually decided that his rendition was best.
Ishaan's truancy scene—he leaves school one day after realising that his mother has not signed his failed math test—originally coincided with the song "Kholo Kholo," but Khan did not believe it worked well for the situation.
In his opinion, the accompanying song should focus on what a child wants—to be free—and be told from the first-person perspective instead of "Kholo Kholo " 's second person.
When Khan took over as director, he opted to use "Mera Jahan"—a song written by Gupte—and moved "Kholo Kholo" to the art fair.
Viewers of test screenings were divided over the truancy scene. Half thoroughly enjoyed it but the rest complained that it was too long, did not make sense, and merely showed "touristy" visuals of Mumbai.
Khan nevertheless kept the scene, because he "connected deeply" with it and felt that it established Ishaan's world.
Shiamak Davar choreographed the dance sequence of "Bum Bum Bole," and was given free rein over its design. It was intended to represent "a young boy's worst nightmare, in terms of In writing the song "Taare Zameen Par," lyricist Prasoon Joshi followed the theme of "however much you talk about children, it's not enough.
Actual students from Tulips School and Saraswati Mandir participated, and were filmed over a period of five days.
Timing and other aspects are usually planned when scoring a film, but Khan chose to take a more improvised approach.
Instead of using a studio, he and the trio Shankar—Ehsaan—Loy recorded it at Khan's home in Panchgani, to clear their heads and not be in the mindset of the city.
As they watched the film, Khan pointed out when he wanted music to begin and of what type. Ehsaan Noorani noted that this strategy allowed the score to have a "spontaneity to it.
Different styles of background music were used to convey certain things. For example, a guitar is played when Ishaan is tense or upset, sometimes with discordant notes.
Silent at first, the music is slowly introduced as the father begins to understand his son's dilemma. The almost seven-minute long scene scarcely used any background music, to slow the pace and make it seem more realistic.
When filming part of the montage that details Ishaan's tutoring by Nikumbh, Khan immediately decided it would be the "key art of the film".
He noted that "this one shot tells you the entire story", and used it for the poster. Taare Zameen Par was released worldwide on 14 December , although countries such as Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, and Fiji opened it on 20 December.
Anticipating further tax exemption in other states, world distributor PVR Pictures circulated more prints of the film.
Both were scheduled for release on 12 September , the former under the title Vaalu Nakshatram. The group also issued statements to all the multiplexes of Gujarat, suggesting that the film not be screened unless Khan apologised for his comments.
The International Dyslexia Association screened Taare Zameen Par on 29 October in Seattle, Washington. He said that the showing concluded to an "absolutely thunderous standing ovation" which "overwhelmed" him and that he "saw the tears streaming down the cheeks of the audience.
Taare Zameen Par received critical acclaim. Jha suggests that the film is "a work of art, a water painting where the colors drip into our hearts, which could easily have fallen into the motions of over-sentimentality.
Aamir Khan holds back where he could easily resort to an extravagant display of drama and emotions. Because it is different.
Because it is delightful. Because it would make everyone think. Because it would help everyone grow. Because very rarely do performances get so gripping.
And of course because the 'perfectionist' actor has shaped into a 'perfectionist' director. If you take away the dyslexia, it seems like my story.
The film affected me so deeply that I was almost left speechless. After watching the film, I was asked how I liked Taare Zameen Par.
I could not talk as I was deeply overwhelmed.