In this short film, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru tells kids that the needs of children are special and hence special films need to be created for them.
Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, had a deep affection for children who called him Chacha (Uncle) Nehru. It was on his behest that Children’s Film Society India (CFSI) was started in 1955.
In this short film, directed by Kidar Sharma, Pt. Nehru tells kids that the needs of children are special and hence special films need to be created for them. This little film serves as an everlasting reminder of Nehru’s love for children and how that has directly and indirectly touched millions of children over the decades though CFSI.
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