Saturday, January 12, 2008

Taare Zameen Par...




Most of the time, I am head over heels in love with life, all its charm and all its madness. But sometimes, Reality, is so gross that it hurls me off my comfort zone of love and safety, and then I am scared of it, when life around me repeatedly reminds me that it takes only a moment for a castle to shatter. But yesterday came a little boy, running trotting and dancing, and the tiny champ made me laugh with him and cry with him. But beyond the experience of having rambled through his world that is woven in all the colours of love, Ishaan is a reassurance. He is now a part of me because he seems to have overcome all his fears and diffidence only to tell me that the ultimate reality is not contained in all the fears that I have accumulated for myself, but in innocence of which there is never going to be a dearth. Ishaan's smile is the twinkle of the stars who have descended on earth to reaffirm our belief in magic and miracles, and we only need to share our handful of stars, with a smile, a touch, a hug, a whisper, a word, and silence.

8 comments:

aswathy said...
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aswathy said...

hi soulmates, congrats!!!a blog that is a penned with two hands(though one mind i must say!!!)is very rare, i guess...upload some pics,no??? let the readers view the 'syllogism of life' :)

viju said...

hellooooo
congrats for the cool blog.
i shall keep a tab on this.
though ur posts are quite cool and the name is deliciously nostalgic, the blog looks dull.
so pep it up with nice pics from the new canon powershot!!!hihi
anyways kollaam ee snegha samrambham!

Arun said...

when stars break away from the sky and swirl into the thick-blurred waters below, the trail ought to be slightly dyslexiac. prophecies are never uttered in intelligible language, right?! and when you felt for Ishaan's petrified mind in the dark of the theater, gosh, more taare were falling on zameen... ('fcourse from your eyes). good that i could watch it with you two. would have been much much less gratifying if any other muddle-heads like mine own gave me the company. the way you wouldnt talk in the rickshaw for half an hour perfected the effect of the movie.
go on blogging K&C co. shall keep a tab here once in a while ..

reem said...

my dear, yes, this is the power, power of words, power of light and here i can see the power of words, from your more provoking thoughts make the star more bright. let you be a beautiful star in the times of confusion and and your beautiful thoughts may make the reality clearer. all the best with all supports of thousands hugs and a more thousands smiles.

Reflections said...

Good that u guys started with this beautiful movie... always fill ur canvases with lively colors....

Thulasi Kakkat said...

nd who shot this pic ? :)
buuful !

Kavitha sheril said...

cool