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Amole plans an encore after TZP.

A MOLE Gupte, the creative director and screenplay writer of Taare Zameen Par ( TZP ), had cried foul after the film conceived by him was allegedly taken over by Aamir Khan.

TZP was made after Gupte researched on dyslexic children.

Now he is shooting for another film, Stanley Ka Dabba , which he claims will again deal with issues related to children.

" I have been working with various NGOs and can relate with the problems that children often face at school. So in my new film, I intend to highlight their problems," Gupte said.

Since he is making a film with children, Gupte is trying to make sure that the kids who work in his film do not miss school while away for shooting.

The director has been shooting the film for six months now.

And he prefers to shoot only on Saturdays and other holidays.

" Look, all of them are schoolchildren and they can't be absent from school for my shoots.

So, we have only the weekends available.

" I also believe that every child should spend Sundays with their parents. Hence, we shoot only on Saturdays. We also shoot during holidays. We shot during the four- day Diwali vacation," Gupte says.

But, at this rate, the director would take another month to complete the shoot.

The film was earlier supposed to release during the summer holidays but that doesn't look possible now. " We shall look into the release details later," he adds.

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Date:Apr 15, 2010
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