This Guru Purnima, takes the knowledge of the ‘film gurus’ through these four films.

Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu, Guru Devo Maheshwara!

Guru Sakshat Parabrahma, Tasmai Sri Guruve Namah!!

“Guru is Brahma. Guru is Vishnu. Guru is Shankar. Guru is the real Supreme Brahman. I bow to such a guru.” The importance of a guru in life is that if a person finds the right guru, he can acquire knowledge without reading any scriptures. When a child is born, his parents are the first teachers. After that, he grows up and goes to school and education. university. There are many different types of teachers available. But not every teacher can be a guru. Guru is the one who shows the right path. Motivate you to move forward with positive energy in life. May his advice become a reason to fight and win the difficulties of life.

It has been said in the Gita that making life beautiful, selfless and innocent is the greatest learning. The one who teaches this knowledge is called a Guru. To show respect to such a guru, a day is celebrated with pomp across the country. It is called Guru Purnima. This year Guru Purnima is celebrated on July 13. Just like society, gurus have also been given an important place in cinema. Such gurus have been shown in many Hindi movies, thanks to whose inspiration the main character of the movie achieves something in his life. In the list of such films, the names of Taare Zameen Par, Pathshala, Black, Chak De India and Iqbal rank high.

You can get insights from movie gurus by watching these four movies.

1. Iqbal

The character of the guru – Mohit

Artist- Naseeruddin Shah

What is knowledge? If you have the guidance of a true Guru and the spirit of never giving up, then the greatest battle can be won.

The sports drama film Iqbal, released in the year 2005, is directed and written by Nagesh Kukunoor. Produced by Subhash Ghai, the film stars Shreyas Talpade, Naseeruddin Shah, Girish Karnad, and Shweta Basu Prasad in the lead roles. The film tells the story of a boy born deaf and dumb who dreams of playing international cricket. Her father always discourages her because of her physical condition, but at the initiative of her older sister, she gets a place in an academy. After seeing her play there, Coach Guruji (Girish Karnad) shows her out, so that a rich kid can have a chance in his place. But Iqbal (Shreyas Talpade) does not give up. He convinces a former cricketer Mohit (Naseeruddin Shah) to train. Under his able guidance, first Ranji then plays international cricket. The strongest aspect of this film is its protagonist’s spirit of not giving up. The second is also meeting a true Guru, who trains the selfless disciple.

2. Indian Chak

The character of the guru – Kabir Khan

Artist- Shahrukh Khan

What gets knowledge – Sometimes the teacher has to be strict in order to give education. He feels bad at the time, but when the result comes, his value is known.

Shimit Amin has directed the sports drama film ‘Chak De India’ released in the year 2007. Actor Shah Rukh Khan plays the coach of the Indian women’s ice hockey team in the film, made under the banner of Yash Raj Films. The story of the film is based on the life of former national hockey coach Mir Ranjan Negi. The role of Mir Ranjan Negi is played by Shahrukh Khan in the character of Kabir Khan. Mir Ranjan Negi was declared a traitor, accusing him of deliberately defeating Pakistan in a match. To get rid of this stain on his arm, he took over as the coach of the women’s cricket team. After their tireless efforts and long struggle, the team was able to win the international match. The result of her hard work was that the women’s cricket team won the Hockey World Cup.

3. black

The Guru Character – Debraj Sahni

Artist- Amitabh Bachchan

What knowledge is gained – Guru can make us successful by getting us out of difficult situations.

The drama film ‘Black’ released in the year 2005 is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Rani Mukerji and Amitabh Bachchan have the lead roles in this movie. The film depicts the relationship between a blind girl and her teacher. Rani Mukerji played Michelle, a blind girl, while Amitabh Bachchan played Debraj Sahni, an alcoholic teacher. Besides being blind, Michelle also has a mental problem. She tries her best to teach him, but to no avail. Meanwhile, Debraj Sahni enters her life. It’s hard for Debraj to train Mitchell, but she’s not giving up. Ultimately, Michelle gets all the accomplishments that her parents and her mentor want.

4. Stars on the ground

Guru Character – Ram Shankar Nikumbha

Artist- Aamir Khan

What is knowledge – Many times the guru goes ahead of the parents and understands the mind of the children.

Taare Zameen Par, released in the year 2007, is a film that not only entertains but also raises awareness. The film highlights the shortcomings in the attitude, expectations and attitude of parents towards their children. The film stars Aamir Khan as Ram Shankar Nikumbh, a teacher, while Darsheel Safary plays Ishaan Awasthi, a student. Ishaan is a special boy. His parents want to teach him by force, but Mr. Nikumbh is cool to understand that Ishaan wants to do arts. Within it this art is full of code. In keeping with his talent, he takes it forward in the arts as well. In this way Ishaan also wins many competitions.

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