Top 5 Inspirational Bollywood Movies for Teachers and Their Students
A positive relationship between a student and tutor is crucial for the intellectual growth of children and teenagers. Students spend around 5 to 8 hours a day with their teachers. The social and academic development of students depends on this sacred relation. However, it is hard to set-up a long-lasting yet friendly relationship among the students and their teachers. A teacher can become the best friend, guide, and motivator. A teacher is a source of inspiration. Let’s check out a few Bollywood movies that touch this delicate string and focus on illustrating the best relationship between a tutor and student.
Number #5: Iqbal
Iqbal is an acutely sensitive film that centers on a dumb and deaf boy naming Iqbal and his trainer Mohit. Iqbal wants to play cricket for India. However, his father never allows him to do so. Iqbal’s dad fails to watch the hidden cricketer; and as a result, he expects his son to become a farmer. Iqbal’s thirst for becoming a cricketer grows day by day. The destiny introduces him to Mohit. Although Mohit has shown a drunker, he points the potential and talent of Iqbal.
The entire movie shows how amazingly a relation between a teacher and student can bloom. It shows a man (the teacher) who leaves his old drinking habit for the success of his student. It shows a student who blindly obeys the instructions of his master. So it is a must-watch movie!
Number #4: Chittagong
The story and panorama of Chittagong take us to the olden days. The film shows a British ruled India’s village called Chittagong. The whole movie runs around the teacher (Masterda Surya Sen) and his students. Masterda inspires his students to oppose the oppressive British empire. On the other hand, students walk on the path shown by their teacher and follow every single instruction given by him. They accept all the dangers that come with their way.
The movie is filled with the emotions, fights, and lots of inspirational material. This film tells you a real life story, and thus it is a must watch.
Number #3: Chak De! India
It is hard to find a person who has not seen this movie. The film not only highlights the importance of the right tutor in your life but it also makes you feel proud of the nation. The entire movie moves around the former hockey player naming Kabir Khan (played by Shah Rukh Khan) and his women’s hockey team. Kabir Khan brings the unity in a team. He instructs them to play for the nation. Finally, he makes them the world champion.
How does Kabir Khan bring so much potential in a team which was not even in the situation of participating in the World Hockey Championship? You must watch this movie to know the strategies followed by Kabir Khan.
Number #2: Taare Zameen Par
Amir Khan starring “Taare Zameen Par” is a story of Ishaan, his parents, and his teacher. Ishaan is an 8-year-old boy who is suffering from a learning disorder (dyslexia.) His father doesn’t love him because of irresponsible behavior. As a result, he decides to admit Ishaan to a boarding school. In the boarding school, Ishaan meets Nikumbh sir (Amir Khan) who is a new art teacher. Nikumbh sir understands the problems linked with Ishaan’s behavior and helps him recover.
This film highlights the benignant nature of teachers. Nikumbh sir cultivates the creative mind of Ishaan by focusing on the positive sides.
Number #1: Dangal
The most recent Dangal movie has built new records in the film industry. This movie is filled with lots of drama, fights, some comedy scenes, and much more. Along with a positive student-teacher relationship, the film also speaks about the gender inequality. This movie tells us that anyone can become your teacher, even your father. A teacher can have a soft side filled with lots of emotions, but he has to behave strictly with his student.
This epic movie is a must watch for all age groups. It will bring positive changes in your life.
Here it completes our top-5 list of inspirational Bollywood movies for teachers and their students. Irrespective of who you are, whether you are a student, parent, or a private tutor, these movies will touch your heart.