So over years, Bollywood had also explored a wide range of subjects and issues that have made an impression on the public. Through scripts, the business has also addressed the broken system of education. Here’s a selection of movies like ‘Taare Zameen Par’ that did a good job of conveying their message.
Take a look at the movies-
1. Taare Zameen Par (2007)
Around 2007, the dramatic film Taare Zameen Par was premiered. This film’s theme revolved around bringing more light on learning problems and also how Indian parents dismiss them. Just at the time of its premiere, the film sparked debate amongst Indian audiences. Aamir Khan directed Taare Zameen Par, while Amole Gupte wrote the storey and storyline. Darsheel Safary, Aamir Khan, and Tisca Kapoor had significant roles in the film.
The movie was another lyrical discovery of a child’s creativeness and imagination that are not correctly fed and clothed by traditional school education methods even within family members infatuated with academic achievement and was fueled by a heart-melting effective performance by Darsheel Safari who got to play a mentally challenged middle schooler.
2. Super 30 (2019)
Whereas many recent movies on children and educators concentrate on privileged higher education institutions, Super 30 demonstrated the enormous potential of underprivileged pupils who have not had access to the perks as their better-privileged friends do. Also, it highlighted the educational gaps which prevent a specific segment of the population from enrolling in specialised preparation programs or receiving an education at elite schools. This movie is based on the true storey of a mathematics teacher and educator Anand Kumar, who dedicated his life to educating underprivileged pupils and transforming them into the attached templates and driven IIT candidates.