Family Values and Bollywood Movies

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Oct 8 , 2018 8 min read 2755 Views Likes 0 Comments
Family Values and Bollywood Movies

Family Values and Bollywood Movies 
Bollywood movies are perhaps our main source of entertainment and most of can't wait for Friday releases. But, are Bollywood movies just entertainment and nothing else? Yes, most parents say "movies are spoiling our kids," but doesn't beauty behold in the eyes. Remember Padmavati dialogue "kisi ko pather mein Shivling dikhta hai, kisi ko Shivling mein pather".

To see the right in a wrong is our capability. Movies like 'Bagbaan',  Hum Sath Sath Hain, Hum Apke Hain Kaun, Vivaah, etc all show family values and how we can implement these thoughts in our daily lives.

Hum Sath Sath Hain
Hum Sath Sath Hain is definitely a dream family. And, most will say, it happens only in movies. Nowadays, brothers are enemies of brothers let alone live under the same roof. Mother-in-law and Daughter-in-law keep looking for ways to put the other down in the boys' eyes.

Fire accidents occur without letting anyone know. And, god knows how many girls have lost their happiness of having a happy married life due to being burnt. Obviously, every guy wants his wife to be the most beautiful woman.

Personal View
Hum Sath Sath Hain is definitely a dream family. The way each relation understands the other is definitely worth remarking. But, it's not like this is not possible in the real world. It all depends on the parents to be able to teach their kids family values. A warm happy environment where all are given equal love will be a happy home. Vivaah gave us the ideal husband figure and ideal in-laws. Again, it's the upbringing that made the male characters such ideal husband's.

Every parent feels they are giving the best to their kids. Every desire is met with before it is even said. Of course, you should give the best and provide whatever is possible. But, at the end of the day, your kids should know the value of life, relations and money.

It's truly up to you as a parent to give these teachings to your kids and perhaps these are the most precious gifts you can ever give to your kids. Taking any of them for granted will one day be the downfall for them and as a parent, you will not want that to happen.

Even in Baghbaan, a question was put- Parents can raise four kids on their own, but not even one kid can take care of the parents. Again, if the kids were taught to value relations rather than the commodities, maybe Baghbaan would have had a different script.

For all those kids who are taking their relations for granted, remember once they are gone they will never come back. Rather than repenting with a why did I not for the rest of your life, it's better to embrace every relation with your heart and rejoice the time you have. 


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