Thursday, December 27, 2007

Taare Zameen Par

Every child is special.And Aamir Khan has potrayed it so well in the movie.It's funny when we realise small things through movies. Many a times we fail to sync with the minds of people who are close to us.You really can't blame parents for the failure of their children.They invest so much into their child's upbringing that the efforts put by them are priceless.But for few parents, the equation does not balance because they ignore or forget to mix the right combination of elements. To tap out one's hidden talent is one of the most difficult task of today, worse than mugging up historical dates.

When I showed a spark in singing at 4, my dad felt I required a bit of polishing.And hence I joined for music lessons. Knowledge was being imparted, sustained, practiced and performed. Then came a phase where I was given a choice to choose my career line.My parents were very keen on me choosing music as my main stream .Just like how a doctor gets his MBBS deg. and an engineer his Btech, I decided that mine demanded one too. With the blessings of my gurus I stepped into the world of divine music.And if I wouldn't be a singer I would have been a journalist cos I love writing.And that's the precise reason for 'Musically yours' being alive today :D

Hope parents are able to receive the shadows of their child's talents cos we can't keep having Aamir Khan to show us the stars shine above ;-)

13 comments:

strollinthunder said...

If this was a movie review, u forgot to give it a rating....juz kidding.

Yeah, I agree,parents play a large part in nurturing talents and moulding a career...if my dad had a finer sense of observation I would be playing for Indian cricket team today
:)

PurpleHeart said...

It's indeed a blessing to be able to do what you want to do.Gud luck with what you chose for yourself and happy new year !!

Neha Nair said...

strollinthunder: it's never too late. Hariharan being so talented, took him 40 years to actually get aknowledged.

strollinthunder said...

It took him 40 years,didn't know about that!.....anyway I like all of his movies....brilliant director(also there happens to be a singer by this name)

Neha Nair said...

umm..I was speaking about the singer! director?

strollinthunder said...

haha..I knew that, there is a very good director in malayalam who goes by the same name too....that was one good learning for the day.

Kalyan said...

I also liked TZP very much...Here's wishing u and ur dear ones also a wonderful year ahead...May the beauty of this festive season,fill your life with the laughter of loved ones, the warmth of good cheer and all the joy to light up your heart. And hope the dawn of the New Year marks the beginning of a prosperous future!

Harsha Narayana said...

hi,
i was on a random search abt "Taare zameen par" and came across ur blog... As i love writing and reading blogs, i went through all ur blog posts.. they are really good.. i njoyed reading thm.....

as u said this is an amazing movie.. It rock in every kind... A total entertainer with full of emotions... :)

Neha Nair said...

Strollinthunder:Thanks for the info. But being a keralite..I haven't heard of him as yet.

Purple Heart:Indeed Lady luck has been smiling for quite some time

Kalyan:Happy new year

Harsha:Thanks

rOhit said...

TZP is a classic!

Nice blog you've got here!
HAppy New Yr. :)

Neha Nair said...

Thanks rohith and same to you.

Solitaire said...

I know there are some parents who will forgive anything wrong that their child does as long as he gets awesome grades. TZP teaches the Indian audience to precisely not do that!!

Neha Nair said...

You really can't blame parents you know. I think most of the parents are very determined to get their child the best facilities and expect children to reciprocrate in the form of the performance. In a way ..there is nothing wrong in that.. but not necessary that each child can excel in academics.. some have their way in arts, some in sports , etc.To detect the write field and interests is what is required to be a successful person.