u have done a excellent job in ghajini. its a great movie i
watched many times they action you have done is marvellous
Posted on Jan,10,2009 at 01:18 AM
I told them that everyone was emotional and touched by the act of
the teacher etc. Guess what both of my chidlren said they feel
like crying too and turned misty-eyed.
Aamir, not only affected me but perhaps helped my son understand
himself better and not feel alone and teaching his sister to be
empathetic about kids like her brother..
Warmest and heartfelt salute and thanks to you...((Hugs))
Posted on Jan,10,2009 at 01:13 AM
This time around I even asked my son and daughter tob watch it.
He was extremely intrigued..."does he have problems with school
just like me?""Do people hit him becasue he is not doing
well""Will you send me to a boarding school ever?" were his
touching questions. My children, both 6, asked me why everyone
was crying at the end when there was nothing sad.... (see psriman
Posted on Jan,10,2009 at 01:05 AM
I can tell you that the emotions I felt cant really be captured
in words..How would you feel if your childs life was played
infront of you and each movie-still triggers millions of other
personal incidents and emotions esp when Ishaan has a striking
similarity, behaviour and diagnosis to my own son? (See psriman
Posted on Jan,10,2009 at 12:55 AM
Anyway, the emotions came flooding back again and this time,
since I know of your blog, I decided to add my comments.
Just wanted to tell you that I am a mother of two beautiful
children, 1 who is a special-needs child...(see psriman 3)
Posted on Jan,10,2009 at 12:54 AM
I am leaving these commenst not knowing whether you will ever
read it, but decided to do so since its more about expressing my
feelings at this point. Anyhow, I have already watched TZP on
release but yesterday decided to watch it again on the DVD. I
think watching Gajini sort of teased me to watch your otehr film
Posted on Jan,06,2009 at 12:07 PM
I want to see u in d character of "Forest Gump" and "Cast Away" .
Aamir ji u r Superb.....
Ur film inspire me and gives some lovely msg.
God Blase u...
Posted on Dec,31,2008 at 06:15 PM
I was never the one to become a fan of any filmstar but I admit
you have bowled me over. I think you are a great filmmaker and
that your creations are intellectually appealing, spiritually
inspiring and emotionally sensitive. I've enjoyed all of them:
Lagaan, Rang De Basanti, Dil Chahta Hai, and I watch them
repeatedly. But as a mother and a teacher, TZP touches a very
soft spot. You have done a yeoman's service to the cause of
dyslexia and I really think that this movie should be
compulsorily shown at all educational colleges as a part of the
curriculum. Thanks a lot, you have given a tangible form to all
my ideals for which I chose to become a teacher. Please keep on
the good work.
Posted on Dec,30,2008 at 05:38 AM
There is nothing that can compare TZP in Bollywood.
Well done. This time Darsheels won the acting award. He was
fabulous! Your was at the same time amazing..but this movie was
taken by Darsheel and only Darsheel!
Music killed it!
Amazing Amazing Amazing!! A well produced and directed movie.
Posted on Dec,16,2008 at 03:37 AM
I was thrilled when my sister told me you had a blog. Immediately
I 'googled' your blog and signed in. Anyway, of course you hear
enough from everyone here what a phenomenal artist, director, and
producer you are. And I wish I could say something different, but
its true. You have the midas touch in the cinema world. I havent
seen 'Ghajini' yet, but I love your looks in the promos. You
appear to be in great shape and atleast 10 years younger. And
another thing I must add, I'm glad that when I put on your DVD at
home, I dont have to hesitate to watch it with my whole family in
case something inappropriate or meant for adult viewers only
comes up. Your movies are clean, fun, entertaining
MASTERPIECES....and so are you :-)
Good luck in all that you do and you will always be in my best
wishes and prayers, Inshallah.