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'Masoom', 'Kitaab': Filmmakers pick their favourite children's film

Mumbai, Nov 14 (IANS) With the country celebraing Children's Day Friday, some of the renowned Indian filmmakers, who have worked with child artists in the past, recalls their favourite films based on kids and also their favourite songs.

2014-11-14T13:40:00Z
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Mumbai, Nov 14 (IANS) With the country celebraing Children's Day Friday, some of the renowned Indian filmmakers, who have worked with child artists in the past, recalls their favourite films based on kids and also their favourite songs.

Nagesh Kukunoor: My favourite children's film is Shekhar Kapoor's "Masoom". And my favourite children's song is "Lakdi ki kaathi" from the same film.

Nila Madhab Panda: My favourite children's film is Vishal Bhardwaj's "Makdee" and favourite song is "Lakdi ki kathi" in "Masoom".

Amole Gupte: "Finding Nemo" is the most inspirational film and the best children's song is the Kishore Kumar rendered "Jeevan se na haar oh jeene wale" from "Door Ka Rahi".

Sanjay Leela Bhansali: My favourite children's film is Gulzar Saab's "Kitaab" and my favourite children's song "Haath jodke nanha baalak bole Darshan do baba bhole" from the mythological "Har Har Mahadev". Lataji sang the song flawlessly in a little boy's voice."

Nitesh Tiwari: My favourite children's film is Majid Majidi's "Children Of Heaven" and favourite children's song is "Lakdi ki kaathi" from "Masoom".


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