Teachers have played a very important role in shaping our lives. The teachers, gurus have been our role models and are responsible for the best we do in our lives today. This auspicious day is celebrated on September 5 every year and celebrates the efforts the teachers take for us throughout the year. As we celebrate Teacher’s Day tomorrow, here are 5 Bollywood songs which you can dedicate to your teachers.
The Teacher’s Day marks the contribution the teachers and guru do towards the society. The day celebrates the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan the first Vice-President and second President of Independent India and congratulates the support of the teaching community. The day is being celebrated on the very day to honour our second President since 1962 which also is his birthday and is marked with teachers and students attending the school like a normal day but instead, the school studies are replaced with celebrations. Hence, this special day is celebrated with lots of zeal and enthusiasm in schools and colleges, where the students organize events, music, dance and various other exciting programme to make their teacher’s day very special. Many students also bring gifts, roses, greeting cards and much more for their teachers. Here below are 5 Bollywood songs, that will help you celebrate Teachers' day tomorrow with a blast.
Ichak Dana Bichak Dana from 1955 film Shree 420 – The song celebrates a sweet and playful bond between a teacher and her class of students studying. The song Ichak Dana Bichak Dana is sung by Mukesh and Lata Mangeshkar, while the lyrics are penned by Hasrat Jaipuri. The song is from the Raj Kapoor directed film Shree 420.
Masti Ki Paatshaala from 2005 film Rang De Basanti– The song Masti Ki Paathshaala is composed by A.R Rahman and is one of the most popular songs that add oomph to your Teacher’ Day celebrations. The song is sung by Naresh Iyer and Mohammed Aslam and the lyrics are penned by Prasoon Joshi. The song from film Rang De Basanti calls out freedom.
Kholo Kholo from 2007 film Taare Zameen Par – The film Taare Zameen Par is based on the relationship between a teacher ann 8-year-old suffering from Dyslexia. With Aamir Khan in the lead as the teacher and Darsheel Safary as the student, the film showcases how the teacher inspires the student to follow his true talent. The song Kholo Kholo is sung by Rahman Mahadevan and the lyrics of it are penned by Prasoon Joshi and is a perfect blend for some teacher’s day fun and games.
Give Me Some Sunshine from 2007 3 Idiots – The song Give Me Some Sunshine from 3 idiots talks about the gruesome relationship between a teacher and student. The song on the occasion is perfect as the song motivates the students to understand their teachers and not take drastic steps in life. The song is sung by actor Sharman Joshi and Suraj Jagan, while the lyrics are written by Swanand Kirkire.
Madamji Go Easy from 2018 film Hichki – the Rani Mukherji film is based on the struggle of a teacher suffering from Tourette’s syndrome but manages to change the life of a class who are left out like outsiders. The song Madamji Go Easy is sung by Benny Dayal and Mr.Scam and celebrate the teacher and student bond.
As Teachers day is celebrated tomorrow, wishing all the Teachers around the country, A very Happy Teachers Day. (Also Read: Teachers Day special as actors get candid about their mentors)
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