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Today I wanted to share 3 inspiring Indian movies with you. I love Indian movies when it comes to emotional and inspiring movies. If you love movies full of love and haven't watched the movies I mentioned yet, I definitely recommend it. Also, if there are similar movies that you can recommend, I would be very happy if you comment.
The Subject of the Film: This is the best movie I have seen in my life. This movie will make you feel to your heart that love is a sublime feeling that covers the whole world without discriminating religion, language or country.
Shaida is a 5 year old girl. His family regrets this situation of Shaida, who cannot speak from birth. Her mother decides to take her from Pakistan to India so that her daughter can speak. While the train is waiting at the stop, little Shahida gets off the train to go to the lambs she sees through the window. Unable to notice when the train set off, Shahida was left alone in unknown lands.
While wandering the streets alone, he encounters a man named Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Bajrangi, who wants to help the little girl, cannot learn anything about her because she cannot speak. Luckily, Bajrangi learns that the girl is from Pakistan and decides to take her to her family. In the end, the two set out together on this challenging and adventurous road. Whatever happens to the man, he is determined to find the girl's family. If I had made a ranking from best to best among the inspiring movies, the first place would definitely be the movie "The Power of Love". If you have not seen this movie, where you will find a unique example of Unconditional Love, I strongly recommend you to watch it.
Ishaan Awasthi, who has dyslexia and has difficulty understanding letters and numbers, is a child who constantly gets unsuccessful grades from her classes at school. Thinking that his father failed Ishaan because he didn't work, he sends him to boarding school. Although his mother struggles not to send her son to boarding school, she cannot protect herself from her father's anger and prevent her from being sent to boarding school.
Ishaan, who continues to fail in his lessons at the boarding school, cannot get along with his friends and is constantly fighting. This situation continues until he meets the art teacher Ram Shankar. Realizing that Ram Ishaan is a lonely and unhappy boy, he wants to help him. Realizing that Ishaan is a special boy in a short time, Ram helps him to realize and develop his own abilities. You should definitely watch this movie, which is among the inspiring movies.
The Subject of the Film: When Surinder (Shahrukh Khan) sees his old teacher's daughter, he gets so caught up in him. The girl Taani (Anuska Sharma) she falls in love with is younger, lively and also engaged. On his deathbed, Taani's Father asks Surinder to take his daughter Taani under his guardianship and marry because Taani's fiancée and his entourage accidentally die on the road. Surinder, who is very shy and single at the same time, marries Taani, but Taani loses her former happiness and belief in everything due to the death of her father and fiancée. Surinder is by no means able to restore Taani's former happiness. They are not like a husband and wife, but like two strangers. But Surinder, her husband, loves her like crazy. Surinder decides to give Taani a new image and identity when she enrolls in the newly opened dance class. Suddenly it begins to transform into "Raj". With the help of his friend Bobby (Vinay Pathak), he transforms from a simple and shy character to a hilariously lovable and just as smiley. They become dance partners with Taani. "Raj" makes himself love and laugh in a very short time to Taani. Taani does not understand that Raj is actually her Husband Surinder and falls in love with her. In the end, only one question remains: Who does Taani actually love? Is it Raj who is sincere, funny and sincere, or her husband Surinder, who is simple and monotonous?