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Teachers, mentors and guides enlighten us with wisdom and their valuable advices which help us to lead a life full of honesty, courage and integrity. They teach us to be free from all kind of illness, credulity and gloom and always act as a philosopher in each and every step of our life.


  |  Updated On : September 05, 2017 12:47 PM
Teachers' Day special: 5 best Bollywood songs to pay tribute to your teachers on this special day

Teachers' Day special: 5 best Bollywood songs to pay tribute to your teachers on this special day

New Delhi :  

After parents, teacher is someone who plays a bunch of significant roles in shaping our lives and character. Teachers, mentors and guides enlighten us with wisdom and their valuable advices which help us to lead a life full of honesty, courage and integrity. They teach us to be free from all kind of illness, credulity and gloom and always act as a philosopher in each and every step of our life.

To appreciate this huge contribution, India is all set to celebrate Teachers' Day 2017 on September 5 and any celebration looks incomplete without some relevant songs.

The auspicious day marks the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and the entire nation remembers the contribution of teachers in the society. Along with the remembrance, Teachers' Day also sets a mood of celebration in the educational institutions like school and colleges throughout the country. While Students prepare cute gifts, cards and flowers for their Gurus as a token of respect, teachers wish the young stars a very bright and successful future ahead.

Here we bring you some of those special Bollywood songs with which you may pay a special tribute to your teachers in order to make the celebration much more noteworthy and special.

1. Bum Bum Bole

'Bum Bum Bole' is one of the best songs which may depict the sweet relation between a student and teacher. The song is from Aamir Khan-starrer 'Taare Zameen Par', one of the best films of the decade. The story of the movie revolves around the life of an 8-year-old boy having dyslexia. Aamir Khan plays the role of a teacher and changed the life of the little one by discovering his real talent, hidden behind the terror of the society. Child actor Darsheel Safary has proved his proficiency in acting and essayed the role of the young mind namely Ishan Abasti.

2. Kholo Kholo

'Kholo Kholo' is another song from Aamir Khan-starrer 'Taare Zameen Par', one of the best films of the decade. The movie and the song depict the sweet relation between a student and teacher. The story of the movie revolves around the life of an 8-year-old boy having dyslexia. Aamir Khan plays the role of a teacher who changed the life of the little one by discovering his real talent, hidden behind the terror of the society. Child actor Darsheel Safary has proved his proficiency in acting and essayed the role of the young mind namely Ishan Abasti.

3. Aye Khuda

Aye Khuda is from 2010 Indian drama film 'Paathshaala' which stars Shahid Kapoor, Ayesha Takia, Shraddha Arya, Ali Haji, Sushant Singh and Nana Patekar and is directed by Milind Ukey. The story revolves around children on a school campus. It comments on the Indian education system and its shortcomings.

4. Masti ki Pathshala

Masti ki Pathshala is from 2006 Indian drama film 'Rang De Basanti', written, produced and directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra. It features an ensemble cast comprising Aamir Khan, Siddharth Narayan, Soha Ali Khan, Kunal Kapoor, R. Madhavan, Sharman Joshi, Atul Kulkarni and British actress Alice Patten in the lead roles.The story is about a British documentary filmmaker who is determined to make a film on Indian freedom fighters based on diary entries by her grandfather, a former officer of the Indian Imperial Police.

5. Aao Bachcho Tumhe Dikhaye

'Aao Bachcho Tumhe Dikhaye' is from 1954 Hindi film 'Jagriti' that won the Filmfare Best Movie Award in 1956, and the lead, Abhi Bhattacharya, won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award. Based on 1949 Bengali film Paribartan that Satyen Bose had directed earlier.

First Published: Sunday, September 03, 2017 10:57 PM


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