8 films for children's day, that we need to see today.

Time to get nostalgic with some fulfilled Hindi films best for November 14...

Let's check out some fun Bollywood movies that you must watch today to relive the moment and cherish your childhood memories.

Starring Darsheel Safari and Aamir Khan in the lead role the film makes you emotional at every moment as it explores the life and imagination of Ishaan, an 8-year-old dyslexic child. Although he excels in art, his poor academic performance leads his parents to send him to a boarding school. While what happens and how he overcomes this disability with the help of a teacher played by Aamir Khan is something to watch for. None the less not only for the children but, the film is also very important for the parents to watch it. 

English Vinglish

A comedy-drama film, written and directed by Gauri Shinde revolves around a homemaker who enrols in an English-speaking course to stop her husband and daughter mocking her lack of English skills, and gains self-respect in the process. The film may show the journey of a mother from weak to strong but, it also tells the other side of the story where unknowingly, children demean their parents without understanding the hardships that they have been through.

Do Dooni Chaar

A family that eats together stays together. A film about a middle-class school teacher who tries to keep his wife and children happy in inflationary times and dreams of buying a car. Starring Rishi Kapoor Neetu Singh, Aditi Vasudev and Archit Krishna who even while fighting the odds manages to keep a smile on their faces in bad situations. 


The 2016's blockbuster film Dangal Stars Aamir Khan who portrays the role of Mahavir Singh Phogat. the sports drama film is based on the life of the Phogat family that tells the story of Mahavir Singh Phogat, an amateur wrestler, who trains his daughters Geeta Phogat and Babita Kumari to be India's first world-class female wrestlers. The film reflects that at times, forced decisions by the parents on the children gets the best out of them.

Chillar Party 

"Chillar Party" won the 2011 National Film Award for Best Children's Film. The film is a must watch both for the children and the adults. A small film that is made with a big heart where a kids' gang shows more maturity than the adult and a stray dog inspires you to be a human.

Stanley Ka Dabba 

"Stanley Ka Dabba" is a film about a child, who comes to school without a Dabba. And as he can't get a Dabba, a greedy school teacher, who hogs from every Dabba in the school, kicks him out of the school. It's then Stanley's journey to get back to school, with a Dabba!


Time for some goofy thing!
"Makdee" was directed by Vishal Bhardwaj starring Shabana Azmi, Makrand Deshpande and Shweta Prasad Basu the film tells the story of a young girl in north India and an alleged witch in a mansion. It also explains the belief in witches and witchcraft across modern-day India.


The story follows a cricket-obsessed deaf and mute boy played by Shreyas Talpade from a remote Indian village. He aims to overcome difficulties to become a cricketer and fulfil his dream of playing for the Indian national cricket team. In the journey of him wanting to play for India, while his father discourages him but, his sister played by Shweta Prasad helps him in achieving his dream. 

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Aamir Khan Thumbnail

Aamir Khan

Shabana Azmi Thumbnail

Shabana Azmi

Shreyas Talpade Thumbnail

Shreyas Talpade

Sridevi Thumbnail


Neetu Singh Thumbnail

Neetu Singh

Darsheel Safary Thumbnail

Darsheel Safary

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Rishi Kapoor

Gauri Shinde Thumbnail

Gauri Shinde

Shweta Basu Prasad Thumbnail

Shweta Basu Prasad

Taare Zameen Par poster

Taare Zameen Par

Makdee poster


Do Dooni Chaar poster

Do Dooni Chaar

Stanley Ka Dabba poster

Stanley Ka Dabba

Chillar Party poster

Chillar Party

English Vinglish poster

English Vinglish

Iqbal poster


Dangal poster


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