Five movies that will surely inspire your kids

Visual content is a great source of learning for children. Movies not only fascinate them but also enhance their imagination. This Children’s Day, treat your kids to a movie-watching spree. Show them stories that are inspiring as well as entertaining. Here are some movies with a positive message for kids. Visual content is a great source of learning for children. Movies not only fascinate them but also enhance their imagination. This Children’s Day, treat your kids to a movie-watching spree. Show them stories that are inspiring as well as entertaining. Here are some movies with a positive message for kids 

1. I Am Kalam

This is a feel-good movie about a young boy inspired by the former president of India, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Chhotu (who likes to call himself Kalam) befriends books and dreams of meeting his idol someday. Following the teachings of the president, this poverty-stricken boy works hard and vows to change his destiny. I Am Kalam is a wonderful story aimed at encouraging people to educate their children

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2. Makdee

Makdee was Vishal Bhardwaj’s directorial debut. The story revolves around young twins, Chunni and Munni, who fall into a witch’s trap. As they struggle to free themselves, they bring an end to a longstanding belief in their village. The drama gets exciting with the kids’ innocent and mischievous fights. Makdee leaves the viewers with a great message – things are not always what they seem

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3. Dhanak

Dhanak is a heart-touching story of Pari and her visually challenged brother, Chotu. Pari promises Chotu that he will get his eyesight back before he turns nine. The optimistic kids get excited when they spot Shah Rukh Khan’s poster about eye donations. And off they go... on a long journey to meet SRK to fulfil their dream. Dhanak is a lovely movie that teaches the importance of perseverance and determination

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4. Stanley Ka Dabba

Stanley is a sincere student who is admired by his teachers for his exceptional talent. However, there is one ravenous teacher who hates the young boy and his group of friends. He punishes Stanley for not bringing a lunchbox (dabba) and asks him to stop attending school. The friends are clueless about Stanley’s situation, which is revealed towards the end. The movie makes a great attempt at depicting the issues related to child education in India

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5. Taare Zameen Par

Ishaan, a dyslexic child, faces daily humiliation for being ‘different’. Nobody understands his state of mind – not even his own family. His life changes when he is sent to boarding school. Ishaan’s art teacher identifies his learning problem and deals with it tactfully. Taare Zameen Par has a beautiful takeaway – every child is special! 

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