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#10YearsOfTaareZameenPar: “I don’t think Taare Zameen Par can be repeated,” says Darsheel Safary

#10YearsOfTaareZameenPar: “I don’t think Taare Zameen Par can be repeated,” says Darsheel Safary
Hey Darsheel, how does it feel? You mean to be still called Ishaan (the character in Taare Zameen Par) and to have people tell me the film changed their lives? It feels great. I am so proud of what I achieved in Taare Zameen Par (Tzp). Though let me tell you, I had no clueRead More

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#10YearsOfTaareZameenPar: This superstar suggested the title of the film

On the 10th anniversary of Taare Zameen Par, we bring to you some interesting trivia. It was superstar Salman Khan who had suggested the film’s title. Darsheel Safary was casted much later, after Aamir had come on board as actor and producer. Aamir had made it clear that both he and Amole Gupte had creative differences and that it was Amole who had suggested that he should direct. A crucial emotional scene between the two brothers in the film was cut as it added to the length of the film.

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#10YearsOfTaareZameenPar: “We were going to give tissue papers free with each ticket” – Darsheel Safary

#10YearsOfTaareZameenPar: “We were going to give tissue papers free with each ticket” – Darsheel Safary
It’s the tenth anniversary of Taare Zameen Par. Darsheel Safary’s performance was loved a lot and he said that Aamir directed him very well in the emotional moments. The song ‘Maa’ moved people to tears but Darsheel revealed that the mood on the set was quite light as somebody had cracked a really funny joke. He also said that sitting on Shah Rukh Khan’s shoulder during the Filmfare Awards was a great experience.

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Darsheel Safary, the Taare Zameen Par heartbreaker, is now doing a coming-of-age comedy

Darsheel Safary, the Taare Zameen Par heartbreaker, is now doing a coming-of-age comedy
He is no longer the child prodigy who broke millions of hearts in Taare Zameen Par. Once upon a time—okay, not so long ago, it was 2007—Darsheel Safary was the youngest actor to be nominated for Best Actor alongside Shah Rukh Khan in Chak De. A lot of water has flown under the bridge sinceRead More

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Darsheel Safary has grown up to be a handsome teenager and set to make a comeback with a love story Quickie

Remember the cute 8-year-old dyslexic boy Ishaan Nandkishore Awasthi aka Darsheel Safary from Aamir Khan's superhit 2007 film Taare Zameen Par? Well the little one has now grown up to be a handsome teenager, and what's more, he will soon be coming on the big screen with his upcoming film Quickie, which is a teenage love story. The movie will be directed by Pradip Atluri and is being produced by producers Tony D'Souza, Amul Vikas Mohan and Nitin Upadhyaya. Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the teaser poster of Darsheel's upcoming film and the teenager is very excited to begin his second innings in Bollywood. And after looking at his recent picture, you just can't roll your eyes off his handsome looks. Sporting a spiked hairo and a goatee, Darsheel looked baffled, probably while figuring out a way to deal with the dilemmas of teenage life and understanding love
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A new spy is born in Amole Gupte’s Sniff Teaser

Check it out the teaser of Amole Gupte’s spy-superhero franchise film Sniff! is out! A big-scale kid’s live action-adventure film which is a family entertainer that revolves around a young Sikh boy, who is a spy in the making along with his curious gang of extraordinary cohorts.

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Helmed by acclaimed director, Amole Gupte, of Taare Zameen Par and Stanley Ka Dabba fame, the man behind several acclaimed children-centric films, reputed to spot talent in children and introduce fresh new faces in Indian film industry (Darsheel Safari in Taare Zameen Par, his son Partho in Stanley Ka Dabba, etc.), is all set to launch his next discovery Sunny Gill, an 8-year-old ‘wonder’ boy. The film also stars Surekha Sikri, Sushmita Mukherjee, Manmeet Singh, Putul Guha among others.

The film is slated to release in Summer 2017

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Trinity Pictures rolls out its first franchise Sniff directed by Amole Gupte

Trinity Pictures rolls out its first franchise Sniff directed by Amole Gupte
Indian studio, Eros International's Trinity Pictures, India's first franchise studio rolled out its first feature film, Sniff, a big-scale kid's live action-adventure film this month. A fresh new genre introduced in Indian cinema, the film went on floor on September 5, the day marking the commencement of Ganesh Chaturthi festival and will be shot across various locations in Mumbai. Helmed by acclaimed director, Amole Gupte, of Taare Zameen Par and Stanley Ka Dabba fame, the man behind several acclaimed children-centric films, reputed to spot talent in children and introduce fresh new faces in Indian film industry (Darsheel Safari in Taare Zameen Par, his son Partho in Stanley Ka Dabba, etc.), is all set to launch his next discovery Khushmeet Gill, an 8-year-old 'wonder' boy who plays the lead character in this family entertainer that revolves around a young Sikh boy, who is a spy in the making along with his curious gang of extraordinary cohorts.
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Trinity Pictures rolls out its first franchise Sniff directed by Amole Gupte

Trinity Pictures rolls out its first franchise Sniff directed by Amole Gupte
<img class="size-full wp-image-655128 aligncenter" src="http://beta.bollywoodhungama.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/1092054750.jpg" alt="1092054750" width="500" height="277" /> Indian studio, Eros International's Trinity Pictures, India's first franchise studio rolled out its first feature film, <i>Sniff</i>, a big-scale kid's live action-adventure film this month. A fresh new genre introduced in Indian cinema, the film went on floor on September 5, the day marking the commencement of Ganesh Chaturthi festival and will be shot across various locations in Mumbai. Helmed by acclaimed director, Amole Gupte, of <i>Taare Zameen Par</i> and <i>Stanley Ka Dabba</i> fame, the man behind several acclaimed children-centric films, reputed to spot talent in children and introduce fresh new faces in Indian film industry (Darsheel Safari in <i>Taare Zameen Par</i>, his son Partho in<i>Stanley Ka Dabba</i>, etc.), is all set to launch his next discovery Khushmeet Gill, an 8-year-old 'wonder' boy who plays the lead character in this family entertainer that revolves around a young Sikh boy, who is a spy in the making along with his curious gang of extraordinary cohorts.
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Amole Gupte’s Sniff India’s first kids action-adventure

We recently told you that Eros was launching a new franchise studio called Trinity Pictures. We just have learned that they have begun their first feature film and it is an exciting project.

Titled Sniff, the film is unique because it is a big-scale kid’s live action-adventure. The first of its kind in India!

Sniff is helmed by acclaimed director, Amole Gupte, of Taare Zameen Par and Stanley Ka Dabba fame. Gupte, who is known for spotting talent in children (Darsheel Safari in Taare Zameen Par, his son Partho in Stanley Ka Dabba), is all set to launch his next discovery Khushmeet Gill, an 8-year-old ‘wonder’ boy who plays the lead character in this family entertainer that revolves around a young Sikh boy, who is a spy in the making along with his curious gang of extraordinary cohorts.

The film went on floor on September 5, the day marking the
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Respect film critics if you have invited them!

Respect film critics if you have invited them!

Kabir Khan created a brilliant climax scene for Bajrangi Bhaijaan. People from India and Pakistan converged on both sides in an attempt to set Pavan Kumar Chaturvedi free. Now, Pavan had completed a noble task of ensuring Munni was safe back with her parents and citizens from both countries were pushing for justice.

At Fun Republic in Versova, Andheri, in Mumbai, a similar scene was being enacted before the Press Show.

Apparently, there was a movie contest where winners were being given their free tickets. The film critics and assorted media was there too, on invitation. However, one had to push through the crowd to get to the front only to be told by the usher that we would have to enter with the tickets.

Fair enough!

But where were the tickets and the hosts? Obviously, since they had not planned themselves,
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Mother's Day Special: 8 Bollywood songs that you can dedicate to your mothers

No words can describe the love of a mother. However, Bollywood has attempted to pay tribute to mothers through emotional and fun-filled songs, which are sure to touch your hearts strings. So make this occasion of Mother's Day even more special by revisiting these lovely songs that describe the beautiful emotions for a mother. Take a look...

Tu Kitni Acchi Hai: Raja Aur Runk

A song based on Nirupam Roy, 'Tu Kitni Acchi Hai' was a song so special that singer Neha Kakkar also dedicated the song to her mother on this special occasion.

Meri Maa: Yaariyan

This movie might have been Himansh Kohli's debut movie, but he crooned with such intensity that it almost made us teary-eyed!

Meri Maa: Taare Zameen Par

Featuring Darsheel Safari and Tisca Chopra, 'Meri Maa' is possibly one of the most famous songs on mothers from today's generation which can almost choke you
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In Celebration of Shiamak in the Movies!

Shiamak is known as the Guru of Dance, and has choreographed some of the best dance pieces for stage and screen. To celebrate the choreographer’s birthday, we thought we would shine the light on his work in films! He truly has an eye for creating incredible creativity with his choreography on screen and we know you will enjoy watching every one.

‘Dhoom Again’ – Dhoom 2

The huge success of Dhoom 2 helped to solidify Hrithik Roshan’s career and no doubt his remarkable dance performance in the opening song ‘Dhoom Again’ showed him at his finest. Shiamak was of course responsible for the jaw-dropping choreography that can be seen throughout the song. It’s bold, edgy and something which we have never really seen in Bollywood before. Kudos to Shiamak on giving the song a big ‘dhoom!’

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‘Dance Pe Chance’ – Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
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Aamir Khan defends his nudity in the Pk poster

Aamir Khan defends his nudity in the Pk poster
The recently released poster of Pk that featured a nude Aamir Khan, whose modesty was only saved by a radio set (transistor) has been at the receiving end, with the audience criticizing the poster. However, recently Aamir Khan defended the poster saying that the poster is akin to 'key art', "This is not for publicity, not for us at least. In fact this poster embibes all the elements of the film."

Further citing the example of his earlier released film Taare Zameen Par, Aamir Khan added, "In the poster of Taare Zameen Par, the child (actor Darsheel Safary) is sitting in the front on the school bench and I am sitting behind him. So it is a kind of key art...the image that tells you much about the story and so is the poster of Pk."

Later talking about the poster again, he said, "When you (audience) will watch
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'Dhoom 3' will be awesome: Darsheel Safary

'Dhoom 3' will be awesome: Darsheel Safary
Hyderabad, Nov 15: Actor Darsheel Safary, who made his cinematic debut with superstar Aamir Khan's "Taare Zameen Par", is certain that the latter's forthcoming movie "Dhoom 3" will be great.

"'Dhoom 3' will be awesome. He (Aamir) will play a villain for the first time. That's exciting. He looks good in the film," said Darsheel.

He believes he has become "less mischievous and more serious". The teenager has also acted in "Midnight's Children", "Zokkomon" and "Bumm Bumm Bole".

"I am still in touch with him. We speak on our birthdays. Even before boards he had called me up and said, 'Study hard and forget about.
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Ranbir to be special guest at Childrens Film Festival

Ranbir to be special guest at Childrens Film Festival
His charm not only works with women but Ranbir Kapoor has also earned ardent junior fans who are always thrilled to get a glimpse of their favourite star. Celebrating the occasion of Children's Day with some talented kids, Ranbir will be seen as a special guest at the Golden Elephant International Children's Film Festival held in Hyderabad. Starting today, the festival will continue till November 20 at the Lalitha Kala Thornam Auditorium. While the event will be hosted by Bollywood actor Darsheel Safary and comedian Saloni Daini, this Children fest will also see a lot of film and television personalities gracing the event. The details of Ranbir's act with his two young hosts have been kept under wraps.
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Children's film fest kicks off in Hyderabad

Children's film fest kicks off in Hyderabad
Hyderabad, Nov 14: The 18th International Children's Film Festival India (Icffi) began here Thursday with a glittering inaugural ceremony.

The week-long festival opened with a colourful performance by artists including children at the Lalitha Kala Thoranam at Public Gardens in the heart of the city. This has been the permanent venue of the biennial event since 1995.

Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy and other personalities lit the traditional lamp to formally open the festival.

Actor Ranbir Kapoor and child artist Darsheel Safary of "Taare Zameen Par".
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Darsheel, Saloni to host Children's film fest

Darsheel, Saloni to host Children's film fest
Hyderabad, Nov 7: "Taare Zameen Par" fame actor Darsheel Safary and child comedian Saloni Daini will host the 18th edition of the International Children's Film Festival (Icff), starting Nov 14 in the Andhra Pradesh capital. Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor will inaugurate the fest.

"We decided to have children as hosts for the festival to highlight that they don't have boundaries today. If they can act in films at such a young age, they can host a festival too. These children are stars among children and, therefore, it made sense to have them host the event," Shravan Kumar, festival director and CEO, Children's Film Society, India.
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Framing Movies Take Twenty-Five: Taare Zameen Par (2007)

Taare Zameen Par is a story about Ishaan Awasthi (Darsheel Safary), an eight year old boy who dislikes school because he fails in tests and finds certain subjects difficult. His parents, unable to understand why he is not excelling the same way his brother is, send him to boarding school hoping he will be able to perform better. Ishaan feels alone and quickly becomes depressed at the boarding school, although he has a friend, Rajan (Tanya Chheda) who is one of the best students, Ishaan remains in his depressed state of mind. However, things change when Ram Shankar Nikumbh (Aamir Khan) joins Ishaan’s school as an instructor for those with developmental difficulties. Ram quickly realises that Ishaan remains quiet in lessons. After reviewing his work he comes to realise that Ishaan is dyslexic which is why he fails to excel as he is not receiving the correct support. Ram
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Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Week 13: Teen Ka Tadka, Public Demand And More!

Top 5 it is. Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’s week 13 was no less than a strenuous challenge that put every contestant on their guard to make sure they deliver their best. The challenge for Saturday was Teen Ka Tadka, as a third contestant was added to all the jodis from the previous seasons of Jhalak. Sunday was about public demand, where the contestants performed the act that the public wanted to see them do. So how far did each of our hard working jodis get?

Coming to the danger zone, Sana Saeed and Mukti Mohan were in the Jaan Ke Liye Dance situation. No one can doubt the impressive dancing skills of these two divas who are unique in their individual way. But the choice had to be one. After taking their own time to judge and take this difficult decision, the judges eliminated Sana this week.

On Saturday, the ‘Exotic’ Priyanka Chopra
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“I totally believe that this is a far more deeper and richer film.” – Ranbir Kapoor on his upcoming film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

Ranbir Kapoor is gearing up for the release of his new film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (Yjhd), following two award winning performances in both Rockstar and Barfi! Yjhd sees him reunite with good friend and director Ayan Mukherjee, with whom he previously delivered the delightful Wake Up Sid back in 2009. Ranbir also reunites with Deepika Padukone for the film .

BollySpice caught up with Ranbir during his brief visit to London, here is what he had to say:

So Ranbir, two amazing back to back performances (Rockstar and Barfi!), how did you do it?

Well, I have always believed that I am as good as the director and the script and I was lucky to have worked with both Imtiaz Ali and Anurag Basu. So I can not take any credit for it, especially for Rockstar and Barfi!, I merely surrendered myself to the parts and they made me grow as an actor.
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