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From 12th Fail to Black – a list of heartwarming films that motivate you to keep going.

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From 12th Fail to Black - A List Of Heartwarming Films

Bollywood
is
known
for
its
diverse
content,
with
films
that
relate
to
every
emotion,
and
inspiration
is
one
of
them.
As
Black
makes
its
digital
premiere
on
Netflix,
let’s
look
at
similar
inspiring
stories
streaming
on
OTT
platforms
about
how
mentors’
support
can
lead
to
success.

12th
Fail

Released
in
2023,
12th
Fail
is
a
biographical
drama
film
directed,
produced,
and
written
by
Vidhu
Vinod
Chopra,
a
filmmaker
known
for
his
diversity
of
work
who
has
given
multiple
blockbusters.
His
ability
to
merge
engaging
storytelling
with
a
focus
on
relevant
social
issues
makes
him
stand
out
in
the
industry.
’12th
Fail’
is
a
story
inspired
by
the
real-life
experiences
of
an
IPS
officer,
Manoj
Kumar
Sharma,
played
by
Vikrant
Massey.
This
film
throws
light
on
how
he
overcame
poverty
and
cracked
the
IAS
with
his
mentor,
Gauri
Bhaiya,
by
his
side,
who
taught
him
the
mantra
to
keep
going
in
tough
times.
The
film’s
main
idea
is

If
a
situation
is
not
in
your
favour,
then
it’s
time
to
‘Restart
from
Zero’.

Black

A
classic
movie
released
in
2005,
‘Black’
is
directed
and
co-produced
by
Sanjay
Leela
Bhansali,
and
stars
Amitabh
Bachchan
and
Rani
Mukerji
in
lead
roles.
‘Black’
narrates
the
story
of
Michelle,
a
deaf,
blind
and
mute
girl,
and
how
her
teacher’s
dedication
paved
the
path
of
possibilities
by
becoming
her
guiding
light.
What
makes
‘Black’
stand
out
is
how
Debraj
wasn’t
just
Michelle’s
mentor
educationally,
he
also
taught
her
the
basic
life
skills
she
needed
to
move
ahead
in
life,
staying
by
her
side
throughout
her
journey.
Bhansali
dared
to
present
a
topic
that
no
one
had
done
before
and
ended
up
delivering
a
masterpiece.
The
film
shows
us
that
there
are
no
boundaries
that
cannot
be
overcome
with
perseverance,
dedication
and
hard
work.

Super
30

Released
in
the
year
2019,
‘Super
30’ is
a
film
based
on
the
mathematician
Anand
Kumar
played
by
Hrithik
Roshan,
one
of
Bollywood’s
prominent
actors.
The
film
explores
Anand
Kumar’s
journey,
his
struggles,
and
the
challenges
he
faces
in
running
the
Super
30
program.
It
highlights
the
importance
of
education
and
the
impact
it
can
have
on
the
lives
of
underprivileged
students.
It
gives
a
strong
message
that
privilege
should
go
to
those
who
deserve
it,
regardless
of
their
status
in
society.
“Ab
raja
ka
beta
raja
nahi
banega,
raja
wahi
banega
jo
haqdaar
hoga!”.
A
film
that
inspired
many
with
a
lesson
on
how
in
tough
times,
it
takes
a
long
jump
to
seize
the
opportunity.

Taare
Zameen
Par

A
film
that
hit
theatres
in
2007
revolves
around
an
8-year-old
boy
named
Ishaan
Awasthi,
an
artistically
gifted
child
with
a
learning
disability
called
dyslexia.
Ishaan
struggles
with
academics
and
is
often
misunderstood
by
his
parents
and
teachers.
But
at
the
boarding
school,
a
teacher,
Ram
Shankar
Nikumbh,
played
by
Aamir
Khan,
steps
into
his
life
and
with
care
and
affection,
nurtures
him
to
deal
with
the
challenges
thrown
at
him
by
life.
The
teacher
ends
up
being
Ishaan’s
sunshine.
Taare
Zameen
Par
beautifully
portrays
how
a
good
mentor
can
wipe
out
difficulties
by
being
on
your
side.

Dasvi

A
story
about
an
arrogant
politician
played
by
Abhishek
Bachchan
who
is
a
‘Dasvi’
fail,
put
behind
bars
due
to
his
unacceptable
behaviour.
‘Dasvi’
was
digitally
released
in
2022.
In
jail,
a
police
officer
becomes
Gangaram’s
pillar
of
support
and
encourages
him
to
complete
his
education.
He
works
day
and
night
to
clear
the
10th
&
12th
exams,
becoming
an
upstanding
citizen
when
he
gets
out
of
jail.
This
film
reflects
the
fact
that
mentorship
can
bring
your
life
on
the
right
track.

Story first published: Tuesday, February 13, 2024, 19:53 [IST]

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