30 Bollywood Movies For Kids In Hindi To Inspire & Entertain Them

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The movie’s concept has broadened its scope in recent years. The filmmaker does not simply intend to provide enjoyment to the audience, but much more. They’re looking for a subject in the film that will make the audience exclaim. This is worth watching with your family because it broadens the child’s worldview. The child will not only be entertained during those three hours of film, but he will also be motivated, and he will try to make new changes in his life as a result of the film. People and children are greatly influenced by cinema. In real life, we try to replicate what is depicted on screen.

Here are some of the best Bollywood movies for kids in Hindi to inspire and entertain them.

1. Jo JeetaWohi Sikandar

Jo JeetaWohi Sikandar
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The protagonist of this Hindi film from 1992 is a poor, happy-go-lucky man. After a series of twists and turns, the hero realizes what his life is all about. That’s when he puts in a lot of effort to compete in a prestigious cycle race, despite the fact that he’ll be up against a lot of physical and emotional challenges. This film emphasizes the importance of hard work, as well as a sense of dedication, as cornerstones of success.

  • IMDb: 8.2/10
  • Director: Mansoor Khan
  • Release date: 1992

2. Rang De Basanti

Rang De Basanti
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The plot centers around a group of six Indian friends who join up with an American woman to make a documentary about Indian freedom fighters who were motivated by extreme extremist beliefs. They begin to expose the government’s irregularities and express their dissatisfaction through public demonstrations. Students with a strong feeling of patriotism would find this 2006 Bollywood film to be an excellent source of motivation.

  • IMDb: 8.1/10
  • Director: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehera
  • Lead: Amir Khan
  • Release date: 2006

3. Lagaan

Lagaan
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This 2001 Hindi film, dubbed a sports drama, depicts the suffering of underprivileged villagers in British India who are obliged to pay high taxes. In order to avoid paying taxes, the villagers organize a cricket match against the British. Their fate will be decided by the outcome.

  • IMDb: 8.1/10
  • Director: Nitin Chandrakant Desai
  • Lead: Amir Khan
  • Release date: 2001

4. Swades: We, the People

Swades: We, the People
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Swades, a 2004 film, is an example of a film that follows the life of a successful Indian scientist. The film depicts his return to the village where he was raised. It depicts his fight against social inequity as he seeks to provide basic requirements to peasants such as food, education, and, most importantly, Bijli (electricity). Young minds seeing this film will undoubtedly be motivated by the protagonist’s great sentiments.

  • IMDb: 8.2/10
  • Director: Ashutosh Gowariker
  • Release date: 2004

5. Mother India

Mother India
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This 1957 Indian epic drama tells the story of a destitute Indian widow who strives against all difficulties to raise her two boys. The entire film is a reflection of the difficulties she endures and the incredible resilience she demonstrates. Students can learn from the mother’s emotional fortitude in raising her children.

  • IMDb: 8/10
  • Director: Mehboob Khan
  • Lead: Nargis 
  • Release date: 1957

6. Airlift 

Airlift 
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The 130-minute film depicts the historical event of Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990. Raja Krishna Menon directed the film, which has an IMDb rating of 8/10 and stars Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur as the key characters. During the conflict, Akshay Kumar plays Ranjit Katyal, a Kuwaiti businessman who assists in the evacuation of 170,000 stranded Indians in Kuwait.

  • IMDb: 8/10
  • Director: Raja Krishna Menon
  • Lead: Akshay Kumar
  • Release date: 2016

7. Chak De! India

Chak De! India
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The film follows the lives of a hockey coach who is viewed as a failure after his team loses in a major tournament. The film depicts his efforts to develop a women’s squad capable of competing at an international level while also repairing his tarnished reputation. Students may be interested in a lesson about tolerance and teamwork.

  • IMDb: 8.2/10
  • Director: Shimit Amin
  • Lead: Sharukh Khan
  • Release date: 2007

8. Mary Kom

Mary Kom
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Mary Kom’s talent and passion were celebrated in this biopic produced in 2014 with her name. When she won the world championship in boxing, she became an overnight phenomenon and an encouragement to both girls and boys to take up the sport. Her unwavering determination and never-say-die attitude will inspire students to learn from her.

  • IMDb: 6.8/10
  • Director: Omung Kumar
  • Lead: Priyanka Chopra
  • Release date: 2014

9. Taare Zameen Par

Taare Zameen Par
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The film depicts the ups and downs of the life of Ishaan, a dyslexic student. He is chastised left, right, and center for his failure to cope with basic schooling until a benefactor comes along who recognizes his difficulties and helps him overcome them. Students who see this film will learn to empathize with and assist people who have unique needs.

  • IMDb: 8.4/10
  • Director: Amole Gupta
  • Lead: Amir Khan
  • Release date: 2007

10. Koi Mil Gaya

Koi Mil Gaya
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Rohit is a young man who suffers from a mental condition that has left him with the mental age of a ten-year-old. When he inadvertently initiates contact with an alien race, they come to Earth and leave one behind. Rohit gives the extraterrestrial the name Jadoo and befriends him.

  • IMDb: 7.1/10
  • Director: Rakesh Roshan
  • Lead: Hrithik Roshan
  • Release date: 2003

11. Masoom

Masoom
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Following the murder of Vikram Singh by a criminal named Barood, an investigative journalist named Akash resolves to investigate the incident and put Barood behind the prison. Barood, on the other hand, kidnaps Vikram’s only son, Kishan.

  • IMDb: 8.4/10
  • Director: Shekhar Kapur
  • Lead: Naseeruddin Shah
  • Release date: 1983

12. Stanley Ka Dabba

Stanley Ka Dabba
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A teacher who has all of his students share their lunch notes that Stanley does not bring his own tiffin box. He threatens Stanley, telling him that if he doesn’t bring a dabba to school, he will be expelled.

  • IMDb: 7.8/10
  • Director: Amol Gupte
  • Lead: Divya Gupta
  • Release date: 2011

13. Chillar Party

Chillar Party
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An orphan and his dog, Bhidu, are befriended by a bunch of children in a housing community. When local officials resolve to get rid of stray dogs, the kids devise their own strategy.

  • IMDb: 7.5/10
  • Director: Nitesh Tiwari
  • Lead: Shriya Sharma Sanath Menom
  • Release date: 2011

14. Bhootnath

Bhootnath
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Banku discovers a hostile ghost named Bhoothnath in his new abode after his parents move into a mansion in Goa. Bhoothnath eventually stops trying to scare Banku and the two become good friends.

  • IMDb: 6.3/10
  • Director: Vivek Sharma
  • Lead: Amitabh Bachchan
  • Release date: 2008

15. Bhootnath 2

Bhootnath 2
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Bhoothnath Returns is a 2014 Indian supernatural comedy film directed by Nitesh Tiwari and produced by Bhushan Kumar. In this sequel to the 2008 film Bhoothnath, Bhoothnath (Amitabh Bachchan) is teased in a Bhoothworld for his inability to scare children before being brought back to Earth to redeem himself.

  • IMDb: 6.6/10
  • Director: Nitesh Tiwari
  • Lead: Amitabh Bachchan
  • Release date: 2014

16. Jajantaram Mamantaram

Jajantaram Mamantaram
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Jajantaram Mamataram is loosely inspired by Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels and tells the narrative of Aditya, who wakes up on a strange island after a shipwreck. He discovers that the island is populated by incredibly small people who regard Aditya as their savior.

  • IMDb: 5.9/10
  • Director: Soumitra Ranade
  • Lead: Javed Jafri
  • Release date: 2003

17. Chain Kuli Ki Main Kuli

Chain Kuli Ki Main Kuli
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Karan (Zain Khan) is a thirteen-year-old boy living in a run-down orphanage run by a stern, uncouth warden named John “Hitler” Kakkad (Rajesh Khera). Karan has two ambitions: one is to be a father, and the other is to become a famous cricketer. Since he was raised on the motivating Kapil Dev, he is his inspiration. His dreams are transformed when he comes into possession of an old cricket bat, which Karan believes is the bat used by Kapil Dev to win the 1983 World Cup.

    • IMDb: 5.7/10
  • Director: Karanjeet Saluja
  • Lead: Zain Khan
  • Release date: 2007

18. Do dooni Chaar

Do dooni Chaar
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Santosh Duggal is a middle-class man who makes enough money as a schoolteacher to maintain a family of four. When his neighbor challenges him to buy a car in fifteen days during a dispute, Santosh has to think fast to make it happen.

  • IMDb: 7.5/10
  • Director: Habib Faisal
  • Lead: Rishi Kapoor
  • Release date: 2010

19. RaOne

RaOne
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Shekhar, encouraged by his son and employer, designs Ra.One, a video game’s indestructible monster. Ra.One murders Shekhar and flees when he exits the game and enters the real world. When Shekhar’s son realizes that Ra.One has escaped the game, he resurrects the game’s protagonist, G.One, with the help of his father’s colleague.

  • IMDb: 4.7/10
  • Director: Anubhab Sinha
  • Lead: Sharukh Khan
  • Release date: 2011

20. I am Kalam

I am Kalam
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Former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam inspires an impoverished youngster so much that he dreams of meeting him one day.

  • IMDb: 8/10
  • Director: Nila Madhab Panda
  • Lead: Harsh Mayar
  • Release date: 2011

21. Raju Chacha

Raju Chacha
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Three youngsters are left in the hands of their greedy relatives after their affluent father dies. A man posing as their dead father’s long-estranged brother arrives, requesting custody of the three children.

  • IMDb: 5.2/10
  • Director: Anil Devgan
  • Lead: Ajay Devgan
  • Release date: 2000

22. Makdee

Makdee
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Chunni makes a bargain with the local witch when she turns Chunni’s identical sister into a hen. The witch agrees to convert her sister back into a human in exchange for a hundred chickens, but only if Chunni brings her a hundred hens. One of the most entertaining Bollywood movies for kids.

  • IMDb: 7.5/10
  • Director: Vishal Bhardwaj
  • Lead: Shabana Azmi
  • Release date: 2002

23. Bum Bum Bole

Bum Bum Bole
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When Pinu’s sister Rimzim’s shoes go missing, the kids resolve to share one pair of shoes until their father saves up enough money to buy Rimzim a new pair.

  • IMDb: 6.1/10
  • Director: Priyadarshan
  • Lead: Darshal Safeery
  • Release date: 2010

24. The Blue Umbrella

The Blue Umbrella
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The Blue Umbrella is based on Ruskin Bond’s eponymous novel and tells the story of Biniya, a young girl who is gifted a lovely blue umbrella by some Japanese travelers. Biniya proudly displays her new umbrella in front of the people, who are equally enamored with it. The umbrella, however, is taken one day, and everyone suspects Khatri, a merchant who wanted to buy it from Biniya, of stealing it.

  • IMDb: 7.4/10
  • Director: Vishal Bhardwaj
  • Lead: Pankaj Kapur
  • Release date: 2005

25. Chhota Bheem Aur Krishna

Chhota Bheem Aur Krishna
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After the king is kidnapped by Kirmada, Chhota Bheem enlists the help of a shepherd named Krishna to save the inhabitants of his town. One of the most famous movies for kids.

  • IMDb: 6.6/10
  • Director: NA
  • Lead: Chota Bheem
  • Release date: 2008

26. Mere Pyare Prime Minister 

Mere Pyare Prime Minister 
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A young boy living in a Mumbai slum writes a letter to the Prime Minister after his mother is killed in a horrible accident. He and his friends decide to go from Mumbai to Delhi in order to demand change.

  • IMDb: 6.9/10
  • Director: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra
  • Lead: Atul Kulkarni
  • Release date: 2019

27. My friend Ganesha 

My friend Ganesha 
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Ashu is a lonely kid who doesn’t get any attention from his parents. His maid informs him that the mouse is Lord Ganesha’s pet ride after he saves it from drowning one day. Lord Ganesha pays Ashu a visit a few days later during Ganesh Puja. One of the best Hindi movies for kids.

  • IMDb: 4.8/10
  • Director: Rajiv S. Ruia
  • Lead: Ahsaas Channa
  • Release date: 2007

28. Iqbal

Iqbal
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Iqbal, a deaf and mute child, desires to play cricket for India and begins practicing with the help of a local drunkard who was once a brilliant cricketer. Iqbal is one of the best Bollywood films for teenagers, with a story about human persistence.

  • IMDb: 8.1/10
  • Director: Nagesh Kukunoor
  • Lead: Naseeruddin Shah
  • Release date: 2005

29. Vaah Life Ho to Aisi

Vaah Life Ho to Aisi
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Aditya, a young man who is the lone breadwinner for a huge family, dies tragically young. Yamraj finally agrees to let him return to Earth for seven days to wrap off some unfinished business after much persuading. One of the best Hindi movies for kids.

  • IMDb: 4.6/10
  • Director: Mahesh Manjrekar
  • Lead: Shahid Kapoor
  • Release date: 2005

30. Gippi

Gippi
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Gippi is a teen who battles with insecurity and social expectations as a result of her invasive physical concerns. She eventually learns to embrace herself for who she is. One of the best movies for kids in Hindi.

  • IMDb: 5.6/10
  • Director: Sonam Nair
  • Lead: Riya Vij
  • Release date: 2013