Top 10 Bollywood Movies Students Should Watch

Top 10 Bollywood Movies Students Should Watch Hindi Article

What is better than having fun while learning about new perspectives, watching movies can help. 

Films shape our thought process, thus watching good movies with good life lessons along with being entertaining is important. Students should watch educational and biographical films.


Bollywood is full of biographical films, such as Mary Kom Click to look into! >> Read More... Mary Kom and Raazi, and pseudo Educational Films, like Three Idiots and Taare Zameen Par Click to look into! >> Read More... Taare Zameen Par . Students should watch them.

We have compiled a list of the Top 10 Bollywood movies that students should watch –



1. Chalk and Duster

The film Chalk and Duster is the story of two teachers- played by Shabana Azmi Shabana Azmi is a film actress of Indian origin an >> Read More... Shabana Azmi and Juhi Chawla Juhi Chawla is a renowned Indian actress and produ >> Read More... Juhi Chawla . The film highlights how profiteering in the education system can destroy a noble profession like teaching. Students should watch Chalk and Duster as the movie shows the unique relationship between teachers and students. They will learn to respect their Gurus. 


2. Aarakshan 

A socio-political film, Aarakshan is a satire on caste reservations in educational institutions in India. It portrays the views of both members of the Dalit community and a senior Brahmin on the country's inappropriate caste reservation policy. The film has characters of dedicated teachers who teach children irrespective of their caste; the film is about fighting against the system. This movie should be seen by students to know the socio-political effect on the education they are getting. 

3. Pathshala 

Revolving around teachers and students on a school campus, Paathshaala notes the shortcomings of the Indian education system. In the film, a popular teacher leads a group of students and teachers in a rebellion against the leadership of the system. It deals with issues like academic pressure and stress. Again, a must-watch for all students to comprehend the hard work of some good and well-deserving teachers. 


4. I am Kalam

The film spreads the importance of education for the underprivileged sections of society. The story revolves around a poor child Chhota who is inspired by former Indian President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and pursues his dream of getting an education. This movie should be there in the school curriculum to make needy children know their worth and rid kids of their privileged. 


5. Seeta Aur Geeta Seeta aur Geeta is an Indian Television drama seri >> Read More... Seeta Aur Geeta

Another film on the list directed by Sippi and written by Salim-Javed is Seeta Aur Geeta. Starring Hema Malini, Dharmendra, and Sanjeev Kumar Sanjeev Kumar was born on July 9th, 1938 in Mumbai >> Read More... Sanjeev Kumar , it is an Indian comedy-drama film in Hindi. It's fun to watch. This movie is included so that students appreciate old Bollywood. 


6. Accidental Prime Minister 

Inspired by Sanjay Baru's monograph of the same name, Accidental Prime Minister is the life story of Dr. Manmohan Singh Manmohan Singh is a Punjabi film director and a re >> Read More... Manmohan Singh . Students should watch biographical movies of great leaders. Other movies are Bhaag Milka Bhaag and MS Dhoni: The Untold Story. They should learn from them. 


7. Gaban

The classic novel Gaban by Munshi Premchand Gaban is the inspiration for the film of the same name. It is the story of Ramanatha, who was perfect in all aspects of life but morally weak. They will perish in the web of debt. This movie is included so that students appreciate Indian Hindi literature, especially Premchand. 

8. Taare Zameen Par

A child character in Taare Zameen Par deals with dyslexia. The film shows the mental pressure dyslexic students have to suffer; parents should understand their child's mental state. A student should know about mental illnesses, and thus, Taare Zameen Par is on the list. Students suffering from Dyslexia would find a home in this film.

9. Tamasha

The lead character Ved in the Indian romantic comedy-drama Tamasha, suffers from a borderline personality disorder (BPD). The film tells about how people often do not understand the behavior of a person suffering from BDP. Again, the student should know that their mental health is more important than academics. They should know their passion and have the guts to follow it. Mediocrity is not the limit; this movie will make this clear to the students. 

10. Chhichhore

Chhichhore talks about the academic pressure that Indian students have to face as well as the sensitive issue of suicide. The film was critically acclaimed. Again, mental health is an important factor that many of us ignore. At least, students should have access to learn about it.