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Our Parents Should Watch These Movies From Our Generation To Understand Us Better

Generation Gap between parents and children arise in most conversations when the kids go back to a particular age and…

By Administrator in Lifestyle on February 27, 2017

Generation Gap between parents and children arise in most conversations when the kids go back to a particular age and when they talk with their parents but can’t reach an agreement. Parents have a clear idea, and they can’t accept a new idea which their kids are trying to tell them.
So the better way to explain our parents about our way of functioning than they must have to watch these movies of our generation. Here are the movies that our parents must watch to understand us better.

1. Wake Up Sid –

Wake Up Sid is directed by Ayan Mukerji. It is a story of a rich boy Sid, a college loafer and then his life changes when he fails in the exams of third-year college. After failing in exam, Sid goes through the fragment of “real life.” He brings out his passion for photography and then his life changes. This story is an ideal of coming-of-age.

2. Queen –

This is the first movie of Vikas Bahl’s  which won the hearts of the audience. It is the story of 24-year-old homely girl Rani. Rani the Queen decides to go on honeymoon alone after her fiance calls off their wedding. An amazing performance by Kangana Ranaut and the good music by Amit Trivedi the movie is a lesson for our parents at the time of bringing up a girl child.


3. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara –

This movie is Zoya Akhtar’s second movie. This movie is about the bachelor road trip in Spain at the location picturesque. It is a coming-of-age movie near the 30s as they challenge the devil of their own and find the solution to everything. The movie is just like a poetry and thanks to the father of Zoya Akhtar who is a poet, lyricist, and a screenwriter.


4. Taare Zameen Par –

One of the best movie which is directed by Aamir Khan. This movie shows the issue of a primary student who gets difficulty in learning, reading, writing and this thing is widely spread in India. But with this movie, we got an amazing sight of Ishan Awasthi and also Ram Shankar who was the savior of Ishan.

5. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil –

This movie was released in 2016, a movie directed by Karan Johar on a one-sided love, showed a leading character who was broken. The movie became one of the most intensely debated movies of the year. It gave a sign to the people who move on from their failed relationships.

It is eventually the best way to explain our way of functioning than the following movies which capture youth at its most vibrant.

No more Generation gap.

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