Top 6 Bollywood movies portraying teacher-student romance
Top 6 Bollywood movies too have shown us a lot of teachers who not just have taught us but have also taken our taken our hearts away and they do every time we watch them onscreen.
Aishwarya Rai in Shabd
Aishwarya Rai in Shabd Aishwarya Rai plays Antara, a married professor in the film. She becomes the character of her writer husband Shaukat played by Sanjay Dutt, who kind of wields his pen in order to write her fate. Things go awry when Yash Agnihotri (Zayed Khan) falls for the charms of the gorgeously beautiful Antara, who keeps her marital status unrevealed to her admirer and neither does she mention anything about Yash to her husband. Whether you liked the movie or not you have to admit that Aishwarya Rai looked like a million bucks. As a married and senior college professor who falls for a younger colleague, Aishwarya Rai is the kind of beautiful teacher every student (and even teacher) would actually fall for.
Poonam Pandey In Nasha
Poonam Pandey fan club couldn’t have missed this movie for the life of them. Playing a dramatics teacher who ends up sleeping with her own student, Poonam Pandey turned on her seductive charms to turbo mode in her only movie Nasha. Good news for her fans, the model-actress has apparently been signed for the sequel as well.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Haraamkhor
The film marks the debut of Shweta Tripathi who plays the role of a school student while Nawaz will essay the role of a teacher. The film is a love story that revolves around a delicate relationship between.
Dimple Kapadia in Leela
Leela is an extremely mature take on various everyday aspects of life. The film is a pastiche of the searing young love that is coupled with a fervid sexual desire of the nineteen year old boy for his teacher who is double his age and a teacher (Leela) who is caught up between what she is supposed to be (the epitome of knowledge, an inspiration, a muse) and what she wants to be. Leela doesn’t need anyone to validate her. Leela and his student have had an intimate sexual nexus, eventually the illusion ebbs and the reality takes its place.
Simi Garewal in Mera Naam Joker
This Raj Kapoor magnum opus was amongst the first films to delve deep into the searing love that a student Raju (Rishi Kapoor) shared with his teacher (Simi Garewal). The innocent blue-eyed 15-year old boy falls for his beautiful teacher, who has been guarding him, helping him and teaching him to live life in a beautiful manner. The 15 year old is torn apart between the sexual feelings he has for his teacher and his knowledge of what is good and bad. Simi Garewal portrayed the role of Mary, the young and beautiful object of passion in an all-boys school.
Rekha in Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love
Rekha portrays ‘Rasa’ in the film. The film follows Tara an Indian princess, who is arrogant and imperious while her playmate Maya is a servant girl, vivacious and free. Tara and Maya both learn the aesthetics (Rasa) of dance by Rasa Devi, now retired but who once used to be the late king’s favorite courtesan. Rasa’s magnificent screen presence radiates throughout the film. She teaches the lessons of love (Kama Sutra) to her female students.