Taare Zameen Par actor advised to contact Aamir Khan for work. Darsheel Safary admitted this is against his belief and he feels hesitant. Let’s take a look at his response.
One of our childhood’s most beloved actors Darsheel Safary recently opened up in an interview about being advised by several people to contact Aamir Khan for work in the industry. Darsheel Safary claimed he doesn’t believe in receiving films as a result of support from an industry insider and that he never anticipated work from Aamir Khan.
Darsheel was questioned about whether he believed Aamir Khan did not advance his career after Taare Zameen Par in the interview. The actor completely disagreed and stated his timid nature. He expressed feeling awkward around situations like these.
He reported being asked multiple times if he still keeps in touch with the Ghajini actor whom he affectionately called Aamir uncle. People often ask him to shoot Aamir a text or a call, however, he feels hesitant to do it. He finds it to be a challenge to express his views. Moreover, he believes these things should happen organically.
Then, Darsheel said, he never requested work from Aamir. The best course of action, he declared, is work that leads to greater opportunities. This idea of “tumpe kisi ka haath hai” (You have someone’s backing) is something I have never understood and certainly never anticipated. In fact, since Taare Zameen Par, Aamir has been informed of practically every project I’ve worked on. Most of the time, it’s done so to obtain his blessings for the projects.
Darsheel Safary and Aamir Khan in Taare Zameen Par
Indian cinema’s “Taare Zameen Par,” which debuted in 2007, is a masterpiece that made a lasting impression on viewers worldwide. The Aamir Khan-directed movie not only won audiences’ hearts but also started vital discussions about education and how kids are perceived as intelligent.
Ishaan Awasthi, an 8-year-old boy who struggles with dyslexia, is brilliantly portrayed by Darsheel Safary and serves as the centrepiece of this cinematic masterpiece. Darsheel Safary gave an absolutely outstanding performance. Ishaan’s challenges, frustrations, and eventual victory over his learning handicap were expertly captured by him.
Safary’s ability to explore his character’s psychology at such a young age was impressive. Ishaan’s art instructor Ram Shankar Nikumbh, played by Aamir Khan, gave the story depth as he guided the little kid in discovering his special talents.
“Taare Zameen Par” moved millions of people, which also powerfully conveyed the idea that “every child is special.” It highlighted the need to spot and encourage kids’ various talents and skills. The movie had a significant social influence beyond the screen, making it a milestone in Indian cinema. As one of the most recognisable young actors in Bollywood, Darsheel Safary won praise for his depiction of Ishaan and secured his position in cinematic history.
About Darsheel Safary
Indian actor Darsheel Safary became well-known at a young age owing to his memorable performance in the highly regarded movie “Taare Zameen Par” (2007). Darsheel, born in 1996, won acclaim for the exceptional depth and sensitivity with which he played the dyslexic boy Ishaan. Darsheel Safary has worked in a number of films since this breakout turn, including Bumm Bumm Bole, Zokkomon and Capital A Small A. The last time viewers saw Darsheel was in the movie Kutch Express. In addition to Ratna Pathak Shah, Manasi Parekh, and Dharmendra Gohil playing significant roles, the movie was directed by Viral Shah. Additionally, he will be seen in his upcoming movie, “Hukus Bukus.”