Some movies make us laugh, make us cry, even make us cheers. Sometimes we all need inspiration when we are struggling to take on extraordinary goals.
Dealing with neck to neck rivalry in this modern era, sometimes we get annoyed to attempt and want to give up. In this case, movies plays a lead role to make us glimpse inside ourselves and can be used as inspirational themselves.
Here are top 10 inspirational movies students must watch:
- I Am Kalam
This film is about a poor child who is inspired by Former Indian President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and hopes to grow up to be a respectable person like him. While the essential tendency for this film is demonstrate the triumph of the kids aspirations by the hands of the President himself. I Am Kalam avoids any such overwhelming depiction and remains rooted.
- Freedom Writers
The ideal motivational movie for the students who are facing a tough time in secondary school or those who found study difficult in their life. Movie is about a young educator inspiring the class to apply themselves and pursue further education. It is really a great movie for when you have to recollect your ultimate objective.
- 3 Idiots
Am sure every Indian student must have already watched this epic movie directed by Rajkumar Hirani. If not, don’t miss the chance to watch it now itself. Casting Aamir Khan, R. Madhavan and Sharman Joshi as protagonists, this movie has really become a success all over. It not just leaves strong tips for students to frame their lives and but also teaches the parents effective parenting.
- Stand And Deliver
An optimistic Maths teacher empowers his “hopeless” students to study and encourage their education by providing unconventional teaching strategies. “Stand and Deliver” ought to offer some incredible motivation for any individual who likes to go against the grain when learning.
- Legally Blonde
This motivational film contains an inspiring study montage which demonstrates that working hard eventually pays off. Elle Wood (Lead Actress) figured out how to transcend her feelings of inability to get into a standout amongst the most prestigious colleges around – Harvard. This film is an awesome way to remind you that, we have more potential than we realize.
- The Sixth Sense
The movie is a psychologically strong plot casted by Haley Joel Osment as the protagonist. To the mystery and drama loving taste, this film not just leaves a cognitive impulse but also entertains its viewers. Directed by Shyamalan, the sixth sense relates to a young boy communicating with unhappy spirits. In the process, he has found his sixth sense and this is how it may help the students to discover their hidden talents!
- The Beautiful Mind
An American Biographical Drama of John Nash, a Nobel Laureate in Economics, was directed by Ron Howard. It was filmed after the success of the book of the same. Russell Crowe plays the protagonist with many other stars worked as well. Schizophrenic though a great mathematician Nash, and his wife Alacia are pregnant when the first signs of his disease are apparent. The movie details how an academician deals with the disease and this call out the reason for kids to watch the same.
- The Blind Side
This movie is based on a true story of Michael Oher, who is taken-in by a family and given all the open door he has only ever dreamed of. This story of kindness and hope will definitely get you motivated. It doesn’t get any more endearing than this movie.
- Good Will Hunting
A janitor at MIT is fantastically talented in maths and science yet doesn’t understand what his potential can offer. This film will inspire you to find concealed abilities you may have – maybe by utilizing an alternate portion of your brain. This is one of the most perfect movies for those who are number-crunchers.
- The Pursuit of Happyness
Chris Gardener’s role was played by Will Smith and Christopher’s role was played by Jaden Smith. The movie is about the hardships a father has to face to meet the needs of himself and his son. Directed by Gabriele Muccino, this film is a worldwide success. This plot teaches the students the struggle our parents do to keep us happy.
PS: Take a journey with the lead characters of these movies – women and men, teachers and students. You’ll see a one thing they have in common. They all want to achieve something meaningful and noteworthy and contribute to the world in greatest way.