The movie is a must-watch among kids who want to learn about Indian mythology
Love U Ganesha is an animated ZEE5 original movie directed by Anjum Khan. The story of the movie revolves around Chintu, a fifth-grade student who faces a hard time in his daily life. He wants to achieve several things but does not want to do hard work. He keeps complaining to Lord Ganesha about his struggles. One night, Lord Ganesha enters into Chintu’s room and promises to improve his life. Lord Ganesha guides Chintu in achieving his goals through hard work. Let’s take a look at five morals that Lord Ganesha taught us in the movie.
1. Hard work is the key to success
Lord Ganesha has gained a lot of popularity among kids and they simply adore him. Kids identify themselves with Chintu. In the movie, Chintu who wants to achieve a lot of things in his life without much work. Chintu is often seen complaining to Lord Ganesha, and one day, the god answers his prayers. He promises to help Chintu as he considers him as his friend. Lord Ganesha guides Chintu and makes him achieve success through sheer hard work.
2. Stop complaining, start solving the problem
In the movie, Chintu is seen always complaining to Lord Ganesha about having a problematic life. Lord Ganesha has taught us that instead of cribbing over the problem, one should start finding solutions to solve it. After Lord Ganesha’s presence in Chintu’s life, he becomes more sincere and performs well in school.
3. New age relationship between a child and God
4. Efforts never go in vain
The movie has taught us that sincere efforts will never go in vain. Instead of fearing the results, one should work hard and not focus on the reward. In the movie, Lord Ganesha makes Chintu realise the importance of hard work and Chintu ends up scoring great marks without expecting to do so!
5. Parents should have faith in their kids
In the movie, Chintu disappoints his parents due to his bad marks in the exams. Chintu’s parents lash out at him for his poor academic results. The movie teaches parents that lashing out at kids is not the solution, but having faith and encouraging them to do better is what works.