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Happy Teacher’s Day 2017: 5 Bollywood Actors Who Brilliantly Played Teachers On Screen

Happy Teacher's Day 2017: On the occasion of Teacher's Day, have a look at Bollywood's leading men who brilliantly portrayed the role of teachers on the silver screen.
Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi September 05, 2017 14:28 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

Teacher’s Day is here and words fall short to describe the importance of a mentor in life. Behind every successful person, there is a mentor, who guided him how to move forward and win the battles. Bollywood has delivered many wonderful films that beautifully portrayed the strong bond between teachers and students. It goes without saying that cinema has a great impact on people. Thus, on the occasion of Teacher’s Day, have a look at Bollywood’s leading men who perfectly portrayed the role of teachers on screen.

Shah Rukh Khan

The superstar played the mentor to Indian National Women’s Hockey team and guided them to win the trophy. His role as Kabir Khan was appreciated by audiences and critics. He also portrayed the role of a music teacher in Mohabbatein. Well, we all know that there is not a single character that SRK can’t portray.

Amitabh Bachchan

Veteran actor played the role of a strict and disciplined teacher in Mohabbatein. Needless to say, his amazing performance made the film more beautiful. He was also seen playing a teacher to actress Rani Mukerji in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Black.

Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan, known as Mr Perfectionist has always come up with some different and innovative projects. Thus, when Taare Zameen Par was released, movie buffs didn’t have enough words to praise the actor.

Shahid Kapoor

In Paathshaala, Shahid Kapoor played a cool teacher, who not only sings and dances with his students but also takes a stand for them.

Naseeruddin Shah

In 2005 film Iqbal, Naseeruddin Shah played a former cricketer and takes up the charge to teach cricket to deaf and mute Iqbal played by Shreyas Talpade.

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