Thursday, April 21, 2011
| 5:33:08 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)
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Mumbai, April 21 (IANS) After giving Darsheel Safary a dream launchpad with 'Taare Zameen Par', actor-producer-director Aamir Khan has now praised and extended support to the child actor and his movie 'Zokkomon', releasing Friday.
Aamir showered praise and extended good wishes to Darsheel when the 'Zokkomon' team, including director Satyajit Bhatkal and actress Manjari Phadnis, visited his Bandra house to invite him for a special screening of the movie.
'I am very excited to watch this action adventure by Disney which is known for quality films, and especially since it has Darsheel in a brand new superhero avatar. He will always be my superhero in real life too,' said Aamir.
The actor also wished good luck to the director, and hopes the film gets a good reception at the box office.
'Satyajit has been a close childhood friend and I have known him since years. I was proud to have produced his National Award winning documentary and I wish him all the best for his debut! This is a very different kind of film and will be a special treat for kids in summer vacations and family audiences as well,' added Aamir.
'Zokkomon' is an action adventure film full of special effects.
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