Teachers Day Songs to Show Respect and Dedication to Teachers

Teachers Day Songs to Show Respect and Dedication to Teachers

It is said that the status of Guru is above God. If a good teacher is found, it can brighten your life while a bad teacher spoils your life. The specialty of a teacher is that he thinks about his student first instead of thinking about himself. Thinking about his good and bad, a teacher gives him life lessons. Now it is up to us whether keeping the respect of the teacher, we can follow the path shown by him or not. Like normal life, in Bollywood too, a great status has been given to the teacher since time immemorial. There are many such movies and songs in Bollywood, which depict the bonding between a teacher and a student. By the way, on every Teacher’s Day, you must have wished your teacher through quotes on Teacher’s Day, but if this Teacher’s Day you want to dedicate a song to your favorite teacher, then here are some teachers day songs can help you.

Teachers Day Songs 

Many songs have been made in Bollywood on Teacher’s Day. Many films have also been made here about this beautiful relationship. Some of these movies also make the viewers very emotional. Guru and disciple complement each other. The teachings given by his Guru can be traced by looking at the disciple. Eklavya even donated his thumb to give initiation to his guru. There are many examples and songs of such films in Bollywood too. We have brought some of these here for you.

Sir sir o sir- sir

The song ‘Sir Sir O Sir’ is from the 1993 cult classic film ‘Sir’. Actress Pooja Bhatt and Atul Agnihotri played the lead roles in the film. This film was directed by Mahesh Bhatt. Actor Naseeruddin Shah played the character of a friendly ‘Sir’ in the film, who treated his students like friends. This song was a tribute to the same sir by his students.

Aye Khuda – School

Directed by Milind UK, the film starred Shaheed Kapoor, Ayesha Takia and Shraddha Arya, Nana Patekar and Ali Haji in the lead roles. The film is about the modern education system and the commercialization of multiple ideologies. The song is based on the life of a teacher played by Shahid Kapoor in the film. Salim Merchant has given his voice to this emotional song.

Kholo Kholo Darwaza – Taare Zameen Par

Aamir Khan’s ‘Taare Zameen Par’ was undoubtedly a great film. The 2007 film explored the relationship between an art teacher and a dyslexic student. In the role of an art teacher, Aamir Khan shows the true talent of a talented boy played by child artist Darsheel Safary. By the way, there were many songs in the film, which were associated with the audience. But the song ‘Kholo Kholo Darwaza’ is one such song, which inspires students to pursue their dreams and identify their skills. Lyrics of the song are by Prasoon Joshi, music is given by Shankar Ehsaan Loy and it is sung in the voice of Raman Mahadevan.

Apni To Pathshala – Rang De Basanti

Rang De Basanti is about a 2006 British documentary filmmaker who decides to make a film on Indian freedom fighters based on a diary written by his grandfather, a former Indian Royal Police officer. The film is directed by Rakesh Omprakash Mehra. Though the film has nothing to do with teachers, the song can be played on the occasion of Teacher’s Day because of its quirky and fun-filled lyrics.

Teacher Prerna Songs – Songs on Teachers in Hindi

When a teacher comes to learn, he makes his disciple better than himself. After home, it is the school and the teachers who show us the way to live life. Even though we may not understand his teachings at that time, but later his teachings make our paths easy. Even in Bollywood, through the films made on the teacher, in the end, efforts are made to give us some lesson. Check out some more teachers day songs (songs on teachers).

Ae Zindagi – Chalk and Duster

Directed by Jayant Gillator, ‘Chalk n Duster’ released in 2016. The film is about the communication gap of teachers and students and throws light on the problem of teachers and students in an educational system which is changing day by day. It stars Juhi Chawla, Shabana Azmi, Zarina Wahab, Girish Karnad and Divya Dutta in lead roles. The song ‘Ae Zindagi’ depicts the strong teacher-student relationship as well as family bonds. The song is sung by Sonu Nigam, lyrics by Javed Akhtar and music composed by Shaandilyaa.

Ruk Jana Nahi

‘Imtihaan’ is a 1974 film directed by Madan Sinha. Vinod Khanna, Tanuja and Bindu are in lead roles in the film. The film is about an idealistic professor who decides to reform a group of rowdy students in college. Vinod Khanna is in the role of a teacher in the film. The song ‘Ruk Jaana Nahi’ has very emotional music and lyrics. Written by Majrooh Sultanpuri, the song is composed by Laxmikant Pyarelal and sung by Kishore Kumar. The song is so inspiring that even today it touches our hearts whenever it is played.

Master ji ki aa gayi chitthi – Kitaab

‘Kitaab’, written and directed by Gulzar, is a film about the importance of education in the life of a young boy. In the song ‘Master ji ki aa gayi chitthi’, child artist Master Raju is seen singing a song in the class with the whole class. Sung by Shivangi Kolhapure, this song makes you reminisce and reminisce about the school days.

Bam Bomb Bole

Another song from the movie ‘Taare Zameen Par’ defines the relationship between Guru and Shishya. In this song, Aamir Khan, who became an art teacher, tries to teach children in a different and creative way. They not only teach the children by taking them outside the classroom, but through this they also try to bring out the hidden talent inside them.