Indore, Mar 5: The charisma of the Aamir Khan-starrer 'Taare Zameen Par' can be gauged from the fact that Human Resource Development Ministry has directed that it should be screened for students and teachers of rural pockets' Navodaya Schools.
The New Delhi-based Navodaya School's headquarters issued a circular to all the Navodaya schools in Madhya Pradesh that all teachers should watch the movie, which focussed on children's problems. According to the circular, the movie highlighted role of teachers besides the spiralling ambitions and desires of their parents.
It also directed principals to make arrangements so that after watching the movie, discussion should take place between teachers and students so that they could solve their problems.
'Taare Zameen Par' was a movie based on a child suffering from a disease dyslexia who was treated shabbily by his teachers and parents. He was later sent to a hostel where he got a teacher, who understands his problem and makes him unveil his true potential.