The movie How to Make a Good Education Movie is an educational flick with an educational message.
It was produced by the Mumbai-based NGO Kalyani Dharma Foundation, which aims to provide free education in India.
It has also been given an A grade by The Mumbai Film Certification Board.
In the film, one of the main characters is a student who wants to take up a post-graduate course in the field of education, but his dream is ruined when he starts a career as a journalist in Mumbai.
Kalyani’s website describes the movie as a “film on the power of education in its most humble form”.
It says the film is a “tribute to the dream of all young Indian girls, the dream to become a journalist, a doctor, a teacher or even a teacher in a global community”.
Kalyini Dharma Foundation president K. Ravi Kumar said the movie’s message is that education can be the best form of self-expression.
“We believe that education is the most powerful tool that we can use to create our own lives.
We are all responsible for making sure that the educational institutions and institutions of higher education provide the best opportunities to young minds,” Kumar said.
Krishna Sood, the chief executive officer of the film industry body Cinematograph, said the film was “truly a tribute to the spirit of the youth” of India.
“Our film has always been about sharing the positive message of education with our young generation,” he said.