job of engaging his audience, introducing a brilliant main character
(Ishan), and making the audience experience the reality of children’s
paradise & their inner world. Once could easily relate with Ishan. Coz at some or the other point in life we have faced the same, and i’m not talkin about dyslexia here. For instance how many students want to excel in studies or whatever they do?? Children don’t even understand the word “First” or “excel”. Most of the times this word comes from parents. Parents have seen the world, and recognize the importance of competition, but force upon their way instead of letting the child deal with it in his own way.
My parents never forced upon anything on me. My mother always used to tell me “your competition is with yourself”, and has never ever compared me with any of my classmates.
But apart from this, the film has excellently explained the term “dyslexia” which no doctor, google or wikipedia could have ever done.
So in the end, TZPis an emotional, commercial, educational film focusing upon a very new and rare topic ever discussed.and for my friends…. “you don’t have to shed tears to understand the depth or emotions in a film”
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