Happy Teacher's Day: 5 Adorable Bollywood films which should be strictly watched on this day.
All from Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Aamir Khan to Rani Mukerji have played teachers at least once in their careers.
Today is September 5th, Teacher's Day. This day is remembered for the teacher's who inspired us and gave us wisdom and knowledge. Every individual's personality development happens when teacher shapes him or her up in school and college.
Paying an ode to teachers, Bollywood has made an array of movies- some celebrating the bond between teachers and students, and others portraying the sacrifices of teacher for their students. While we can’t go back to school or colleges, we can definitely relish the good old times with some of the best movies on this Teachers’ Day.
So, here are the five films that will take you on a trip down memory lane and make you miss the educators who shaped your lives and careers!
1) Taare Zameen Par (2007)
The iconic movie won the hearts with its portrayal of the bond between a teacher and student. The film starred Aamir Khan and follows an 8-year-old boy suffering from dyslexia. The teacher (Aamir) not only makes the boy overcome his disability by adopting unconventional teaching methods but also changes the attitude of his parents towards him. The film won a National Award. The relationship between Nikunj sir and Ishaan is the most heart-warming moments of the film. The scene where Nikunj sir gives examples of celebs who had dyslexia is quite inspiring to all the young ones who are going through the issue.
2) Hichki (2018)
An Indian adaptation of Brad Cohen’s autobiography, Front of the Class, the film follows a woman (played Rani Mukerji) with Tourette syndrome landing a teaching job in an elite school and how she turns her weakness into her biggest strength. Rani’s character is faced by strong resistance by her students who belong to the economically weaker section of the society. She, however, is determined as a teacher to take her students along on the path of learning. This movie is a comeback of this brilliant actress in all true sense.
3) Iqbal (2005)
The coming-of-age drama film stars Shreyas Talpade, a cricket-obsessed, deaf-and-mute boy who with the help of his coach overcomes all the difficulties to become a part of the Indian national cricket team. Naseeruddin Shah showcases the outstanding performance of an alcoholic who used to be an aspiring cricketer. his gyaan to use his brain by pointing his heart is the motto we as audience should take from.
4) Nil Battey Sannata (2016)
Nil Battey Sannata is an inspiring story of a single mother who goes to school with her daughter to study and look after her so that she can pass the 10th board. Here we see principal Shrivastava aka maverick Pankaj Tripathi who is sarcastic and strict but is adorable and immensely supports the mother to study.
5) Super 30 (2019)
Last but not the least, the recent super hit movie starring Hrithik Roshan as Anand Kumar which showcases the struggle of Anand, an Indian mathematician who quit his job as a teacher in a top coaching cen
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