Krishna and Kans
Quarantine or no quarantine! Weekends are always a good time to gather the family and spend the day in your living room. Before you find yourself scrolling for hours in search of “something nice”, we are here to save the day. Call your kids, young or old, and check out these amazing films together. Let’s start with Lord Krishna’s epic tale in Krishna and Kans. The film begins the journey of Devki and Vasudev. It then moves on showcases Krishna’s braveness escapes from Kans’ evil plans and also defeats him.
Most parents will go down the memory lane with this film whilst teaching their kids a lesson on ambition and perseverance. It is Iqbal. This sports drama features Naseeruddin Shah, Shreyas Talpade, Girish Karnad amongst brilliant other actors. It is the story of a specially-abled boy who dreams to play for the Indian National Cricket Team. Despite what people say, he makes his way to the top with the help of his supportive sister.
Christmas In New York
Christmas maybe a few months away, but you can feel the energy of the happiest festival with one film. Christmas In New York is the story of a jungle boy, of the fifth oracle. On his travels to New York, with his talking dogs named Winner and Fox, he goes to find Father Christmas (Santa Claus). An interesting journey begins and they teach us lessons on happiness and sharing through it.
Anaganaga O Dheerudu
Anaganaga O Dheerudu is a 2011 fantasy film, the first to be backed by Disney. Directed by Prakash Kovelamudi, it stars Siddharth, Sruthi Hassan, and Lakshmi Manchu. It is the story of a warrior, who is deployed to save Moksha. Moksha is no ordinary girl, she has divine powers. But sorceress, Irendri wishes to drink her blood and obtain her powers.
Everyone knows the great Mother Teresa, who has truly been a hero of our times. This film unfolds the iconic life that she lived as a missionary who we continue to associate with hope, love and salvation, to this day.
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