Come and celebrate Teacher's Day in Bollywood syle
Come and celebrate Teacher's Day in Bollywood syle

As the saying goes-

“A good teacher, like a good entertainer first must hold his audience’s attention, then he can teach his lesson.”

So this year, let’s celebrate Teachers’s day in Bollywood style! Read on and dedicate a movie to your favorite teacher now! Choose from the movies given below-

1. Sir
Bollywood Teacher's Day Special | Dedicate a movie to your teacher - Sir
Naseeruddin Shah as Amar Verma, plays a professor who truly believes in having fun while teaching. He goes beyond his mere responsibility as a subject teacher and even helps a shy girl, played by Pooja Bhatt suffering from a stammering problem to get over it and become confident. and also helps her sort out her love life. What more can a student ask for!

2. Rockford
Teacher's Day Special: Dedicate a movie to your teacher - Rockford
A film directed by Nagesh Kukunoor and featuring him too, narrates the journey of a teenager in a boarding school. Johnny Mathews, the PT teacher played by Kukunoor himself, helps a kid Rajesh, who learns some important lessons in his formative teenage years. There’s also a beautiful teacher (Nandita Das) who he later has a crush on. Rockford is for all the boarders and their favorite teacher out there!

3. Black
Bollywood Teacher's Day Special | Dedicate a movie to your teacher - Black
This is probably one of the most unforgettable movies of Amitabh Bachchan. He plays a quirky Debraj Sahai, teaching a deaf, blind and mute girl Michelle (Rani Mukherjee) and helping her graduate and find a life for herself.

4. Taare Zameen Par

Teacher's Day Special: Dedicate a movie to your teacher - Taare Zameen Par
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Aamir Khan plays an art teacher who shows a dyslexic child, Ishaan (Darsheel Safary), how to innovate and learn things and helps him overcome his disability. He also helps Ishaan discover his individual talent – painting. Watch it for the best student-teacher chemistry!

5. Paathshaala
Bollywood Teacher's Day Special | Dedicate a movie to your teacher - Paathshaala
Shahid Kapoor played a music teacher in the film with a message for students and teachers to stand against the ineffectiveness of school management. Paathshaala gives a really nice message about a rapidly changing system of education.

6. Aarakshan
Aarakshan
Prakash Jha’s hard-hitting film on reservation and corruption in education talks about ethics of teachers. Amitabh Bachchan plays Dr. Prabhakar Anand, the college principal who stands by his ideals, one who would do anything to give an opportunity to the weaker sections of society.

7. Stanley Ka Dabba
Teacher's Day Special: Dedicate a movie to your teacher - Stanley Ka Dabba
The film revolves around Stanley (Partho Gupte) who does not carry his lunch box much to the anger of his Hindi teacher who forbids him to attend school till he does so. This sensitive film tells the tale of any child’s dream school, where children just want to have fun and teachers are spoilsports. One such exception being Miss Rosie (Divya Dutta) who encourages every glimmer of creativity in the children.

8. ABCD
Bollywood Teacher's Day Special | Dedicate a movie to your teacher - ABCD
ABCD is one movie for all the dance lovers and their dance gurus! The movie shows how a teacher, here Prabhudeva works equally hard with his students- Dharmesh, Salman etc, just so they can achieve some success in their life. And in the end when they dedicate their dance performance to their guru just wins over our heart.

So come on and dedicate the article to your favorite teacher by sharing it. Happy Teachers Day!!

2 COMMENTS

  1. We all are familiar with the above signature dialogue of our school teachers , aren’t we? Teacher’s Day which is celebrated on 5th of September every year, takes us back to our childhood. It makes us recall all the old school memories and the types of teachers we have had.

  2. We all are familiar with the above signature dialogue of our school teachers, aren’t we? Teacher’s Day which is celebrated on 5th of September every year takes us back to our childhood. It makes us recall all the old school memories and the types of teachers we have had.

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