1. Mr Keating from Dead Poets Society:
Legendary Robbin Williams plays John Keating, a teacher with the most rational and realistic life lessons and outside-the-box approach. What a brilliant way to start class with ripping out textbook pages, eh?
2. Kabir Khan from Chak De India:
Who can teach you to be a winner and value it better than someone who has been there, done that and lost it all? SRK plays Kabir Khan, a man whose only shot at a respectful life is coaching the women’s hockey team and earning them victory.
3.Ra’s Al Ghul in Batman Begins:
Although an antagonist, Ra’s Al Ghul trains Bruce Wayne both physically and mentally. He channels the aggression in the young Bruce into a powerful force and teaches the art of theatricality. Talk about starting your day with practicing sword fight on ice, not bad.
4. SRK in Mohabbatein:
What happens when feelings collide with duty & chaos collides with structure? This is a dilemma that SRK solves in the lives of young students who cross barriers to win the hearts of the girls they love.
5. Aman Verma from Sir (1993):
Naseeruddin Shah plays Aman, a college teacher who despite heavy odds helps a stammering girl that is the daughter of a famous gangster and shelters her from gang rivalries.
6. Amitabh Bachchan from Black (2005):
Sir Bachchan plays Debraj Sahai, a man charged with an impossible task of teaching a blind and deaf child. The child goes on to get her academic qualification and bears immense gratitude for her teacher.
7. Dewey Finn from School of Rock:
A substitute teacher teaches rock and turns a bunch of misfits into ear-popping, glasses breaking, fiery jamming rock band.
8. Naseeruddin Shah in Iqbal (2005):
Iqbal takes cricket lessons from Mohit, an alcoholic who was once a cricketing legend. Despite Mohit’s concerns, the deaf and mute Iqbal’s passion helps him make his dreams come true.
9. Aamir Khan in Taare Zameen Par:
How do you teach a challenged child to read and write? Such is the question that Aamir Khan, as an Art & Crafts teacher faces.
10. Dumbledore from Harry Potter:
How about having one of the most powerful wizards as your friend and mentor in a world full of threats? Apart from the teacher-student dynamic, Harry and Professor Dumbledore share a deeper connection and face the odds together.
11. Juhi Chawal and Shabana Azmi in Chalk N Duster:
The two teachers in this movie Vidya and Jyoti see not only good grades but also moral values as their only reward.