I am Kalam - Notepad
I am Kalam charmingly visualizes the life of a little boy who has to work to sustain himself and his family. Its simplicity is works as both an advantage and a disadvantage. The easy-going narrative is a pleasant watch but too-good-to-be-true plot is distracting.
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This page has additional observations, other than the ones noted in the main review.
9-10 year-old Chhotu works at a roadside dhaba. He is enthusiastic about life but is pulled down by the people around him.
- Close-up shot of marbles.
- The Karni Maata temple as a choice for one of the locations.
What did not
- The random use of Rajasthani (marwadi) words.
- The philosophy about changing times being talked over a game of chess. Very arbitrary.
- How can a teacher ask a 9-10 year old boy to prepare for an "inter-school" competition by himself, just one day in advance?
- Why was Rannvijay Singh walking like he had hurt his back? Or was he imitating the style in which his father might have walked?!