5 Characters Like Rani From Apna Time Bhi Aayega Who Put Education And Knowledge Before Anything Else
Take a look at characters on ZEE5 who prioritise knowledge and education.
Toni Payne once said, “Knowledge is the new rich, arm yourself with it.” No matter which background one comes from, education should be a priority. And who better to prove it than these characters?
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Take a look at the following characters that emphasise on education:
Rani – Apna Time Bhi Aayega
A servant’s daughter, Rani respects her father for what he does. But books are her life. For someone with an eidetic memory, she can do big calculations mentally and make it look like it is a cakewalk. Rani has no interest in household chores. She is always seen with books and even urges her younger brother to study.
Krishna- Afsar Bitiya
Books before looks is what Krishna stands by. She aspires to fulfil her and her father’s dream. By becoming an IAS officer, she will not only inspire younger girls to pursue their dreams but will also keep her family happy. Krishna studies at night under the light of one burning lamp, but the fire that her aspirations ignite within her is unparalleled.
Apeksha – Nil Battey Sannata
In Nil Battey Sannata, it is only when her mother starts going to the school that Apeksha realises the importance of studying. She didn’t want to become a bai like her mother and face the drudgeries of life. To realise her mother’s aspirations, Apeksha who hates studying takes the help of the topper and studies hard.
Bhim – Ek Mahanayak: Dr B R Ambedkar
Although Bhim is young, his dreams stand tall. The gusto with which he studies about the society’s many evils reveals how much he wants to eradicate them when he grows up. Despite hailing from a lower caste in Ek Mahanayak: Dr B R Ambedkar, he voices out when Madhvi is forced into child marriage or when she has to undergo the hardships of widowhood. His words might fall on deaf ears, but we all know the inspiring personality that he grows up to be.
Tugging at the heartstrings, comes Pareeksha– an underdog movie which inspires the audience. The lengths a rickshaw puller goes to give his bright son the best possible education is unparalleled. Pareeksha emphasises on how education is, in fact, a privilege, and like the name of the film, an actual test that people with limited means have to undergo no matter how good they are at academics.
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