Top 7 Bollywood Movies About Student Lives
Top 7 Bollywood Movies About Student Lives

With the increase in the number of streaming platforms, about 2000 feature films are released in India every year. Bollywood movies have played a significant role in our lives. We grew up admiring Bollywood stars and heroines, and a wave of nostalgia hit us whenever we re-watch any of our favorite movies. To break the monotony of your professional life, and take you on a stroll down the money lane, Advanced Writers has listed top Bollywood movies about student lives to let you relive your college days. 

Student life is considered a crucial period in one’s life as it plays a massive role in the character building of a person, and while there are tons of movies based on this topic, here are the top seven that you must watch.

1.  Two States:

College romance is something ethereal, and while you might be over your crush, this movie can make you relive the vibe. Two states is the story of two IMM students belonging to different castes who fall in love with each other and face challenges and struggles.

Starring Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt as the lead actors, this movie is one of the best movies based on two different states’ individuals wanting to tie the knot and yet facing struggles. 

You will get to see the true colors of people belonging to two different states; Punjab and Tamil Nadu. The characters tried their best to make a life together, and yet the chaos of family separated them. 

Cast: Alia Bhatt, Arjun Kapoor, Amrita Singh, Revathi, and Ronit Roy.

2.  Rang De Basanti

Rang De Basanti is one of the blockbuster movies with a fantastic storyline based on student lives. This film portrays the strong friendship bonds created during the college days that stay through every thick and thin. 

This movie features the five young minds aspiring to stand against the corruption in the country. It broke all the box office records in the country during the first week of its release. 

Cast: Starring Amir Khan, Siddharth, Sharman Joshi, Kunal Kapoor, and Soha Ali Khan.

3.  Wake Up Sid

Wake Up Sid is a story of a privileged boy who struggles to create a life away from his own. It is a wonderful movie with an unusual storyline, starring Ranbir Kapoor as the lead character. While watching this film, you could relate to the character in so many places. 

How students find academic life and syllabus boring, and exams dreading like anything, this film portrays everything. Sid, after graduating, embarks on the journey of identifying himself and finding his true call. 

Cast: Rahul Khanna, Supriya Pathak, Shikha Talsania, Konkona Sen Sharma

4.  Three Idiots

Three Idiots is a fantastic movie that makes you laugh out loud and cry harder. It is undoubtedly one of the best Bollywood movies that had ever been created in student life. Starring Aamir Khan, Sharman Joshi, Kareena Kapoor, R. Madhavan, Omi Vaidya, and Boman Irani, the story is about three friends studying in a famous engineering college and working day and night to fulfill the dreams of their parents. If you had studied engineering in college and lived through the social pressure of excelling, you could fully relate to the story. 

5.  Dil Chahta Hai

Friends mean a lot, and while you were in college, your group had vowed to stay together no matter what. Well, what happened? Did you guys stay in touch? 

Dil Chahta Hai is a classic film that was based on college life. The story depicts the transitional period in the lives of three close friends and is written by Farhan Akhtar. 

Cast: Aamir Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Akshaye Khanna

6.  Taare Zameen Par

Taare Zameen Par is a story of a highly qualified and experienced teacher and a dyslexia student. Starring Aamir Khan, Darsheel Safary, Tanay Chheda, Vipin Sharma, the movie explores the figmented and imaginative world of Ishaan, and his bond with a professional art teacher. You will thoroughly enjoy this unique storyline and brilliant acting performances. 

7.  Paathshaala

Starring Shahid Kapoor, Ayesha Takia, Shraddha Arya, Avika Gor, and Nana Patekar, Paathshaal was released in 2010. Though it became a flop at the box office, the storyline is quite good. The film comments on the Indian education system and its shortcomings. The teacher tries to unite the staff to bring the change in the school management policies. 

The educational system of each country varies, but a quote by Joan Young – an academic writing expert at www.advancedwriters.com – is for every educator. 

Her advice to the educators is, “Move outside your traditional domain to seize ideas and build conceptual bridges. Take concepts from architecture and see how they apply to another subject. With this connected movement outside your traditional domain, you can take a hunch and turn it into something transformational.”

Student life is a crucial period in the life of a person, and it helps in the character building and personality forming of a person. You probably have made a lot of memories during those days, and while in college, academic boredom used to bore you like anything; you hated your teachers and wanted to just get away with everything. And now, while you are in the monotony of professional life, you kind of miss your college days.

You definitely cannot go back to school and relive all those memories, yet watching movies related to school life can make you feel nostalgic. We have listed some of the amazing and most beautiful films that have been created on student life. 

Have you ever watched any of these movies? If not, there are the must-watch movies.

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