Watch Movies That Teach “Life Lessons”

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Happy Children’s Day for: Today, ‘Children’s Day’ is celebrated with pomp across the country. This day is known as the birthday of the country’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. On this special day, here are some of the movies that became super hit as soon as they hit the screens.

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The movie “Ma’soum” came out in 1983. This movie won a lot of love from the audience. This movie made a different place in people’s hearts, and they love watching this movie even today. The problems of adopted children appear in this film. Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Supriya Pathak and Yujal Hansraj have been seen in lead roles. The song “Lucky Ki Kathy” of this movie became very famous, and it is still in people’s minds.

Taare Zameen Par

The film “Taare Zameen Par” was released in 2007. This film won the hearts of not only children but also adults. Aamir Khan is seen in an important role in this movie. On the other hand, speaking of the story of this movie, it turns out that every kid is special in their own right. Every scene of this movie was a hit.

Stanley Ka Daba

Released in 2011, Stanley Ka Daba garnered massive reactions on screen. Your eyes will get wet after watching this movie. This movie will not only entertain you but also give you a life lesson. If you haven’t seen this movie, you should watch this movie once with your kids.

Chilar Party

Although many films were made in cinemas, “Chilar Party” created a different identity of its own. This is a family drama film produced by Milak by Nitesh Tiwari and Vikas Behl. The film depicts a group of orphans raising their voices against injustice, struggling for life and winning. This film also won the National Award.

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I Am Kalam is the first film made in India by a development organization, and it is produced by the Smile Foundation. It chronicles a young boy’s battle to achieve his goals and push the boundaries of possibility.

The moral of the story is the value of eliminating social injustice and educating the disadvantaged. The main character, Chhotu, is facing difficulties in the film which takes place in Bikaner, Rajasthan. It represents the hardships faced by millions of these children in the country and how society views them.

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