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In writing the song "Taare Zameen Par," lyricist Prasoon Joshi followed the theme of "however much you talk about children, it's not enough." Every line throughout the song describes children, and only one repeats: "Kho Naa Jaaye Yeh / Taare Zameen Par" ("Let us not lose these / Little stars on earth"). The song is mostly set to the annual day performance by the developmentally disabled children of Tulips School. Actual students from Tulips School and Saraswati Mandir participated, and were filmed over a period of five days. The sequence originally featured numerous dance performances, but was trimmed down when test audiences found it too long. A song accompanying the scene in which Ishaan's mother is watching home videos of her son was also cut, and replaced with background music after test audiences expressed their opposition to yet another song.
Taare Zameen Par received widespread critical acclaim upon release. On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 92% of 12 critics' reviews are positive, with an average rating of 7/10. Subhash K. 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." Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN argued that the true power of the film lies in its "remarkable, rooted, rock-solid script which provides the landscape for such an emotionally engaging, heart-warming experience." Manish Gajjar from the BBC stated that the film "touches your heart and moves you deeply with its sterling performances. [It is] a film full of substance!" Jaspreet Pandohar, also of BBC, posited that Taare Zameen Par is a "far cry from the formulaic masala flicks churned out by the Bollywood machine," and is "an inspirational story that is as emotive as it is entertaining; this is a little twinkling star of a movie." Furthermore, Aprajita Anil of Screen gave the film four stars and stated, "Taare Zameen Par cannot be missed. 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." In addition, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap stated that, "Taare Zameen Par took me back to my hostel days. 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."
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Taare Zameen [Images] Par is an impressive debut indeed for filmmaker Aamir Khan [Images], and showcases a brilliant performance by the young Darsheel Safary -- one of those child actors you can't possibly resist. More than just dyslexia, the film is a look at childhood dreamers who feel shunted out by the rest of the world, the cruel world that doesn't understand them. At some level, I guess we all relate. And this ends up a nice watch -- sincere, even if somewhat simplistic.
Highly watchable and -- again, because of Darsheel and Aamir's knack for sentimental imagery -- warmly likeable, Taare flounders fatally at the end. Sure, it's okay to appease the masses with a tacked-on and cheesy ending, but for a film which stresses that we need to give our kids their space and not force themselves into constant comparisons, a film which asks them to take their time to find their talents, the climax becomes about a competition, about how winning magically makes everything better. And that's a scary thought, in context of what the film tries to say, overall.
After watching these movies, it seems that the condition of peasants was very miserable during the British rule. They were supposed to pay more than half of their produce as land revenue (Lagaan) to the British. The Zamindars were very oppressive who exploited the peasants in many ways. The peasants were left with meager produce and often remained starved. The state and Zamindars were the owners of land. There was no help from the government at the time of crop failure and there was no investment in agriculture.
Fantabulous ! amazing performance by Darsheel ,i was so lucky that i went alone to watch this movie, i really cried well, and i felt good crying !!!thanx a ton AAMIR KHAN for making such a gem of a movie, brilliant , outstanding ,u being a support actor in this is movies shows how selfless ure !!!
hi aamiram a hard die fan of urs i do my best not to miss any of ur movies n with taare zameen par u hav proved that u r simply the best of the best , hats off to u my lover boy , n ya darsheel role was silply outstanding , really convincing characterbest of luck n congrts to both aamir n darsheel
The freedom Writer (2007), starring Hilary Swank, is one of the educational movies for middle school that every teacher should watch. The film revolves around a dedicated teacher working in a racially divided school where teenagers seem impossible to learn. Yet, apart from all struggles, the teacher dedicated herself to her profession, provided resources, inspired her students to learn and encouraged them to plan their future.
"I am vigilance. I am the hunter's patience and the castellan's fortitude. I am the burning brand that banishes the shadows, the shield that holds the monsters at bay and the sword that pierces their foul black hearts. I am oath, duty, victory. I am the Deathwatch, and my vigil shall never end."
A Deathwatch Watch Master, sometimes referred to as a Watch Commander and a Master of the Vigil, is a senior ranking Astartes officer within the Deathwatch who serves as the commander of a Deathwatch watch fortress or other Deathwatch headquarters installation.
The knowledge and experience a watch commander has gained through centuries of combat, against the various xenos threats from his time spent throughout the ranks of the Deathwatch, have taught him valuable lessons in the art of war, trained him in the various facets of military strategy and honed his martial instincts to a level nearly unmatched even by the other elite xenos-hunters of the Deathwatch.
A watch commander acts with authority as he sees fit, according to his own counsel and judgement, answerable to no one except his fellow watch commanders, the Inquisition and the Emperor of Mankind Himself.
Watch masters are the foremost Alien Hunters in the galaxy. They are counted as heroes even amongst the highest echelons of the Adeptus Astartes, for these men have tested their mettle against a hundred species of aliens and emerged triumphant. They have such intense charisma and ability that within the Deathwatch their every word is law.
They do not win such respect through rousing rhetoric and generous gestures -- they are typically curt of speech and fierce of temperament, and they do not suffer fools gladly. Their mission is to ensure the survival of the Human species, and it is not one they take lightly. No less a body than the High Lords of Terra has been known to seek their counsel -- for in the business of laying low the alien, the watch masters are without equal.
Though they theoretically return to their original Chapter once their duties are discharged, watch masters usually prove so vital they are never allowed to leave their post. All too often the watch master will shoulder his duties alone, seeking the solace of pure thought in long periods of introspection and solitude. Yet his actions send ripples throughout history, and almost always for the betterment of the Imperium.
The watch masters of the Deathwatch are amongst the most experienced Space Marine xenos-fighters in the entire galaxy. Prior to their secondment to the Deathwatch, a watch commander is likely to have progressed to the rank of captain, and some have even served as Chapter Masters of their parent Chapter.
The role of watch commander, like any other position in the Deathwatch is, in theory, only a temporary one. However, most of those Astartes who take up the position do so in the knowledge that they may never return to their Chapter again, such a vital and heavy burden is the rank.
As such, the duty is a lonely one, for the watch commander sees countless battle-brothers serve under him before they return to their Chapter, and he knows that in all likelihood, he will never do so again.
The process by which an individual is elevated to the rank of watch master varies from case to case, but most have first served in the capacity of watch captain. The promotion may come about by default, as the previous incumbent is killed in the line of duty and the most senior watch captain under his command simply takes over.
Sometimes the process is driven by the watch captains electing one of their number to take overall command, while on other occasions an Inquisitor of the Ordo Xenos may make the appointment, which must be ratified by the watch captains of the watch fortress at issue and other watch commanders.
In a handful of cases, a watch master has actually joined the ranks of the Inquisition, appointing his replacement before he leaves the watch fortress. Watch masters hold a position of great authority and responsibility, for they have access to records and archives otherwise only available to the senior members of the Inquisition.
The watch masters hold a position of such trust and authority they have access even to the archives of the Inquisition. Even merciless Inquisitor Lords treat these warriors with a degree of deference, for of all the Imperium's defenders, the Ordo Xenos know best how grave a burden the watch masters bear. 2b1af7f3a8