First of all please accept my kind regards. I have just
registered to your blog site and i am glad to see that you really
take initiative to reply. I am a post-grad student at University
I would like to know generally what time i can find you online.
Actually, I wrote a long comment on blog but there is a word
limit on it. I have many things to ask and i believe it would be
great i can chat with you. Meanwhile, I would like to know that
are you heading any organization which is working for social
causes in our country. I would like to join it and i want to take
initiative to do many things for our country. Kindly guide me.
Posted on May,11,2008 at 07:36 PM
I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for making your
directorial debut focusing on children with disabilities and the
need for inclusion.
I was blown away by the film, and at last have some south asian
material to use in awareness raising training I do in Sri Lanka.
So many people here think it is not possible to mainstream in
Asia, but at last there is a different message.
ECSAT (my organisation) in Galle makes small differences in one
area, but what you have done is challenge preconceptions on a
huge scale, which will make our job a tiny bit easier.
Thank you from the childen locked in their houses or stuck in
institutions, from parents who dont know what to do, and from all
of us trying to change the current situation.
And congratulations on a beautiful film.
Posted on May,11,2008 at 12:01 AM
It was one of the best movies which conveyed such a wonderful &
important message in such a brilliant way.
I have always admired your unique, entertaining movies, this adds
a new & important dimension, feather to your cap.
Congraaaaats. Keep going.
I'm waiting for Ghajini.
If you are in bangalore anytime, i would request an appointment
with you, please give it to me.
Posted on May,10,2008 at 01:53 PM
I have your old picz that I got from newspapers when I was 12
years old. I was wondering if you are going to make any section
where we can post your picz. I have all Picz scanned on my
laptop. This is just a suggestion if you could make a section for
your pictures. Thanks! Also, I have posted other comments too, I
don't know how to check the reply. Is that a different section/
Posted on May,10,2008 at 01:48 PM
Only one reaction is WOW!
You make the movies that increase Indian cinema's recognition and
spread awareness. You will be my fav. actor for forever!
Posted on May,05,2008 at 07:52 PM
I have seen your movie TZP and I liked it a lot. Congrats on
having a very unusual climax for a movie. I truly want to
appreciate that you did keep it simple, as autistic kids
especially as severe a case as Darsheel's charachter dont start
improving so dramatically in 6 months.. but then they do and
thats what you have shown and I guess artistic license was used
really well there..... One of my favourite scene was when your
charachter tells the father to read the chinese script... it was
very apt and thats how it actually feels to a child. Not only
autistic but many children who dont have problems but are
sometimes pushed too hard by parents.
Posted on May,05,2008 at 05:15 PM
I know this comment comes in a bit too late but then I believe
its never too late to share your thoughts and feelings.What say?
Posted on May,05,2008 at 05:12 PM
Sometimes I wonder how much is enough in life? Is marks
everything?Aren't they just a number?And at what cost do we push
our little ones to such extremes where they have to crack down
and sometimes take their own lives?Well not many parents have the
answers to these questions but I hope with time people would
realise the value these precious little ones.You were right in
the movie"If races are where they want their kids to run,then
they should breed horses"
Im 27 not a parent yet but I already know what "not" to do when I
am one.Children are just like the breeze and one should not try
and hold them back....Possibilities are endless..only if we let
All the best for all your future endevours and I pray and I hope
you bring out such amazing masterpieces in future too.
Posted on May,01,2008 at 04:38 AM
You might have heard this a thousand times, but I guess on more
praise never hurts :)
I just want to congratulate you on TZP. I only had the chance to
watch it yesterday, but it was worth the wait.
I have got to say, for a directorial debut, it was very
impressive. It's def a movie I will be watching again and again!
A very strong and innovative plot, and the attention to details
is just amazing! Not to mention the acting that was brilliant.
The locations were stunning and I canb