In India, engineering and medical are considered to be the most prestigious courses. Many times, children are forced to opt for the profession in which they have no interest. So, this movie comes with a strong message on education. It inspires us to let our children choose what they want to become.
It comes with a strong message on reservations. In an earlier time, we understood why reservations were important. But now, when our country has developed so much, do we really need reservations? Even if they help some, they surely do not help other students. We need to revise our definition of reservation, and it should be given to only needy people and not else wise.
It is on the eve teasing issue, which is very common these days. Girls are being molested and harassed now and then. Even if she cries for help, there are very few out there who actually listen to her. This movie became an instant hit among its audience for its strong social message.
Even if our native language is Hindi, one is still shamed for not knowing good enough English. It is a foreign language, and one is still expected to know it by heart. Why have we given so much importance to a foreign language? Why don’t we accept someone who is not fluent in it? Most importantly, why are we being made fun of for not knowing it? This movie tells us the shallowness of the society we live in.
5. ‘OMG - Oh My God!’
As the movie made us feel, we are not someone who respect and love God but the ones who fear that almighty. Is it the correct way to comprehend religion? Religion was made to make one feel protected and add value and lessons to their lives. But people have started to understand religion according to their own benefit. Paresh Rawal’s troll over God and Akshay Kumar’s lessons about who God really is and what does he expect out of us, has been shown beautifully.
It is for those people who want to leave their native nation to go abroad for work opportunities. We learn to read and write in our own country, and that is for what? Just to leave it for some other nation? Aren’t we supposed to pay back our nation what it taught us and help it prosper? Watching this movie makes you realize and introspect about all these issues.
Taare Zameen Par
Every child is special in his/her own way. We have to just stop demotivating our own child and comparing him with someone else. A child’s biggest failure in life according to him is when his own parents aren’t satisfied with him and constantly nag him about some other bright kid. Everyone is not the same, and we have to understand it. We have to give our child a chance he/ she deserve.
It is a story about a father who is too harsh on his own son. He is constantly complaining him about how miserable his son’s life is. It is also about letting your child be who he really is and letting him fly with his wings wide open. We really need to appreciate our child’s talent and give him a chance to prove it. If your child is opting for something difficult, then we as parents should support them instead of demotivating them.
9. ‘’: A Nation Without Women
It comes with a social message regarding female foeticide and infanticide. We all want to kill the girl child and then expect our daughter-in-laws to bore sons. If we keep on killing the girl herself, from where will the sons come?
India is a nation where Kamasutra was originated and yet somehow using the word sex in public is a taboo. Losing virginity is such a humongous issue that many cannot freely talk about it. A girl is always pressurized to save herself for her future husband. But my question here is why? This movie is about a girl who gets pregnant before marriage.