Education is just not about theory which by far is accepted by all that practical learning is better than theoretical learning. Hence, most institutes are modifying their education system as motive of education is learning and acquiring knowledge only and it would be better if individuals do it while having fun and not with burden.
NCERT’s are indeed the best books as they explain topics in a brief yet best way possible and not just that you will often find suggestions in between brackets via which you can either resonate with topic of discussion or get an idea that how one can learn and understand particular topic in a better way.
So, similarly in NCERT there are few movies which are suggested and they indeed are worth watching after school timing so let’s find out 9 such movies with little brief about them and where to watch them:
Table of Contents
M.S. Sathyu was the director of the film Garam Hawa, which was released in 1973. It was inspired by Ismat Chugtai’s unpublished short storey. The film is set in 1948 in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, and depicts the post-partition lives of a Muslim family who owns a shoe – making business. The movie’s protagonist is Mirza Saleem, the company’s president. His older brother, Haleem, was a member of the All-India Muslim League and has covertly gone to Pakistan whilst openly expressing his disapproval of the act. The video depicts Mirza Saleem’s hard decision to migrate to Pakistan via a succession of highs and lows. Among the most major elements explored in the film is just how the circumstances of 1947 resulted in theological polarisation, which ultimately led to exposed bloodshed along religious lines.
It is a 1979 Indian political drama film directed by Jabbar Patel and written by journo Arun Sadhoo in the Marathi language. The movie is based on two novels by author and former journalist Arun Sadhu, one with the same title and the other titled Mumbai Dinank. Simhasan emphasises Maharashtra’s harsh political battle and ordinary man’s aspirations.
Satyajit Ray wrote and directed Pather Panchali, a 1955 Indian Bengali-language incredible entertainment film produced by the West Bengal govt. Ray made his directorial debut with this adaptation of Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay’s 1929 Bengali novel of the same title. This movie shows a rural Bengal.
Chetan Anand was the director and producer of movie Haqeeqat, a 1964 Indian Hindi-language war movie. The storey follows a tiny platoon of troops in Ladakh who are pitted against a much greater foe during the 1962 Sino-Indian War. The film is based on the conflict of Rezang La in Ladakh and depicts a fictionalized account of Major Shaitan Singh’s Ahir Company, 13 Kumaon’s last struggle.
Based throughout Andhra Pradesh, Zanjeer recounts the storey of an ideal cop, Vijay Khanna, who has already been deployed repeatedly over the course of 5 years yet remains committed to his mission of apprehending criminals. The film Zanjeer (The Chain) marked Amitabh Bachchan’s transition from known celebrity to superstar, and it seasoned the vengeance film as a genre in Indian cinema. In his outstanding depiction of the dark, volatile Vijay who is troubled by a recurring nightmare, Amitabh’s Angry Young Man characterization was established in this movie.
Hazaar Chaurasi ki maa
Govind Nihalani directs Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa(1972), which is based on a famous work by the powerful Mahasweta Devi. The Calcutta of the 1970s is represented in Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa, when the air was thick with revolutionary enthusiasm and Bengali youth responded angrily to the State’s bigotries, injustices, infidelities, and counter-violence. When the movement began to see the light of manpower, it morphed into militancy.
Hazaaron Khwaishein aisi
Sudhir Mishra’s Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi is a 2005 Traditional political drama movie and was directed by Sudhir Mishra. The film depicts the narrative of three young individuals in the 1970s, when India was experiencing major social and political transformations, against the background of the Indian Crisis. The title comes from a poetry by Mirza Ghalib, an Urdu poet.
Aakrosh is a Bollywood art – house movie from 1980, directed by Govind Nihalani and scripted by Vijay Tendulkar, a Marathi writer. The film, starring Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri, and Amrish Puri, won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi in 1980, as well as multiple Filmfare Awards.
It was awarded the ‘Golden Peacock’ for Best Film at the Asia International Film Festival.
Mani Ratnam wrote and directed Roja, a romance thriller movie in Tamil that was released in 1992. Arvind Swami and Madhubala featured in the film, with the former playing the lead character. It depicts a modest girl from a Tamil Nadu hamlet who makes desperate attempts to locate her spouse after he is kidnapped by jihadists while on a covert mission in Jammu & Kashmir. The film’s thing is based on the Religious epic Mahabharata’s connection among Savitri and Satyavan.