Happy Teachers Day! Waheedaji to Tiger Shroff

Happy Teachers Day! So many sexy teacher songs in Indian film!  Every film director in the world must have had a massive crush on a teacher at some point.  Which means, even though I did this post last year, I can easily update it with some new songs and scenes for this year. (this is an updated and reposted post)

Obviously, I have to keep this clip, the most important teachers day video. Only I can still only find this in a dubbed version.  Obviously, I have my own DVD to pull out any time, but for emergencies it would be nice to celebrate Teachers Day at any time in any place with internet.  So, if you can find a non-dubbed version of the clip, that would be great!

So long as we’re talking Main Hoon Na, at least it was easy to find this song!

Wouldn’t it be nice if school dance chaperones were all like Shahrukh?  Or, even better, Helen!

 

Speaking of Shahrukh as teacher, I think we can agree that he is more of a teacher than anything else in Dear Zindagi, don’t you?

 

Same for Aamir in Dangal.

Still haven’t seen Desi Boyz, but it doesn’t stop me from loving this song.

Of course, it can still be sexy even when your teacher is all traditional and sari wearing, depending on who the student is.

True in different languages too.

 

It’s also hot when it is olden times.  I mean, he’s just tutoring her really, not an official tutor, but it’s just so cute!

 

So long as we are talking classics, got to go with this one!

 

Nargis teaches us English, and Waheedaji teaches us math!

 

Okay, finally a silly one.  Although it does have a teacher and student in it!

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4 thoughts on “Happy Teachers Day! Waheedaji to Tiger Shroff

  1. Desi Boyz is a pretty fun movie, and I liked it more than Dishoom. Akshay and John had a nice bromance. Plus the songs are really good!

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    • You SHOCK me! Dishoom had Varun! Where is your loyalty?

      On Tue, May 9, 2017 at 1:52 PM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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      • I know, but Varun was the only good part about Dishoom 🙂 Part of the reason I was so disappointed by Dishoom was because I liked Desi Boyz so much. Even the soundtrack by Pritam was disappointing.

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