New Delhi, Feb 26 (IANS) Talented child artistes in Bollywood can now dream big and aim for laurels. For, 11-year-old Darsheel Safari's performance in "Taare Zameen Par" has opened many doors.
As the loveable dreamer with a learning disability in Aamir Khan's directorial debut, he won the critics' prize for best actor in the Filmfare Awards last week.
Darsheel was nominated in the best actor category, the first such honour for a child in the 54-year-old film awards. Never before had a child artiste competed with established actors like Shah Rukh Khan for the best actor's crown.
"The award has certainly opened a new door for child artistes in the country. It provides a complete new