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Vipul Shah of the Indiatimes reviewed Taare Zameen Par as a \"glowing example of what is achievable through sheer hard work and focus.\"Anupama Chopra of the Hindustan Times wrote that the film was a \"powerful cinematographic experience, a heartening affirmation of family values, involving characters, discovery of the world and sense of faith, a movie that had made the impossible eminently possible for a classically Indian society, a movie that is as intellectually stimulating as it is emotionally touching, a film as lovely as it is devastating.\"
Chris Caldwell of the Film and Video Writers of America gave Taare Zameen Par an outstanding and rare rating of four stars, writing, \"The poster may say it's ''a' film by director Aamir Khan, but it's not. This is a stunning, raw, warts-and-all portrait of a father's love for a son and of his desire to create a better life for this son. The man who created it, Aamir Khan, is that rarest of filmmaker-kings: he knows his audience and he cares for them more than he cares for himself. So he takes a risk, telling the story of a dignified, gentle father for an audience that may or may not know him, and it is that risk that makes all the difference - the relationship he forms with his audience is ever so much more important than the movie itself.\"
\"Aamir's first movie may not have been a blockbuster in India, but his idea of an escape from daily life into the world of old books is quite universal. What's more, Taare Zameen Par's message offers something we need to hear more often - that we all need to mentor young children if we want them to grow up with some sense of purpose. But what a message, on a uniquely Indian screen. What a film! What a man! What a celebration of cinema! What a beautiful hybrid of history and fantasy! What a statement about children's rights! What a tale for us all! What an acceptance! Taare Zameen Par is the first or the best film of the year (or at least the first North Indian film the Academy should have considered this year), and it's Taare Zameen Par's narrative and the golden period of its characters (especially the old woman and the dadi) that really got it across, be it through the narrative or through its pristine cinematography, which is simply stunning. Aamir Khan's direction and the film's crisp narration, bold editing and excellent performances (especially the still dancing child artiste Safary) are also a reason why - in a year where the quality of Asian films being released far outweighs the quantity, Taare Zameen Par is not just a film but a rallying point. And no wonder this film - in the country that gave us Maya D Vratan, Ghatotkach and more - has found favor.\" (Satish Acharya, Mumbai Mirror) d2c66b5586