A) Lagaan: Facing challenges, skill and unskilled team management, over confidence, Team building, Family involvement, Willingness

to win, Do or die sprit, Jealousy, Ego handling, and Emotions management. B) Baghban: Family leadership, Finance management, Presentation skills and Public speaking skills. Generation gap, Realisation of relationship and bonding, Relationship management and Finance for Non-Finance people as well as husband-wife bonding. C) Fashion: Aiming at High dreams, Digesting success, sustaining success, achieving success, how to raise from one’s failure, Family interventions, Systems prevailing in each industry, Bad habits a factor to rule you out, willingness to comeback and regain the bygone glory, recovering from depression, leader is never the best performer and facing different seasons in life. D) Swades: Giving importance to Nation first, Building a team in a village, Love for motherland, Resistance and change management, Imbalance in world and society. E) Gandhi : Balancing roles, Mission accomplishment, Values and Principles, Power of mission statement, Power of prayer, Happiness is inside, community benefit, love for the nation, giving top priority to Nation, Decision making, Legendary attitude and Leadership through demonstration. F) Munnabhai M.B.B.S: Effect due to Place and position, Power of positive attitude, Interpersonal communication and relationship, Power of belief, Applicable learning, Positive affirmations and People perform their best in what they like even in all odds. G) Chake De India: Goal Achievement, Team building, Team management, Team spirit, Role of seniors, Coaching leadership, Focus, Benefits of homework, Positive affirmation and Power of subconscious mind, Talent management, Organisational goal versus, Individual goals, Sacrifice and win, Male dominance as well as Women as a performer. H) Taare Zameen Par : Role of academic institutions, Role of a teacher, Power of creativity, Coaching leadership, Role of parents in their children’s lives, Creative visualisation, Out-of-box thinking, Effects of comparison and Value addition to the education system. I) Jodhaa Akbar: Power of Wisdom, Decision-making, Consequences of doubts, Behavioural games and negative attitude, Competency management, Management by walking around, Supremacy of leadership, and Prime importance given to Nation and organisation. J) Waqt: Conflict between perception and communication, Gap between intention and communication, Intention and behaviour is different, Effects of miss communication, No alternative to hard work, Demonstration of devotion, Success never comes overnight, Role of parents in moulding children’s lives and Role of children in the family. K) Veera Zaara: Leadership inspires people to lay their lives for you, Philosophy of love, Commitment value in personal life, care and share, sacrifice and winning.

Love turning to hatred. Growth without principles. P) Earth: Effects of bad habits. Relationship between husband and wife. Unethical business leaders. Difference between ordinary and extra ordinary and Daily homework. N) Wednesday: Time management. O) Dipti Naval: Family management. Unethical business houses. Unethical leadership. Red feelings and Situational leadership. Growth and speed and Self confidence. Egoless relationship. Selfrealisation. Changing your orbit. Over ambition. Spiritual leadership. S) Om Shanti Om: Power of super divine. challenges to become successful. Satisfaction is above money factor. Over lapping of commitments. Mission accomplishment. Past forcing you to live in the contemporary future. Human Capital Management. Inner driven leadership. Woman as an equaliser and creator. and Planning before any action. Create your creative workplace and Career is beyond money. Family leadership and Selfcentric leadership. Talent management. Change is permanent. Believe in results. . Benefits of homework. Helping society. Action versus reaction. Crisis management. Power of burning desire. Courageous corporate leader. Valuing relationship. U) Aankhen: Teamwork and team management. Hard work. Unexpected positive strokes. V) Guru: Power of ambition and vision. Goal achievement. Double standards in relationship. Pressure management. Power of external motivation. Sacrificing and winning. Business rivalry. Valueless career. Power of communication and silent. Handling conflicts. Love is a need of life. politics and business houses. Blaming and negative stroking. Facing challenges. Adult learning and performing. Conflict in relationship. Visible change. Spiritual help and blessings. W) Sarkar: Loyalty. Passion is everything. Imbalance in society and unethical leaders in power. Short-cut to success. Value addition. Change management. Q) Ghajini: Corporate management. Limited resources. Different priorities. Negotiation skills. Life is spontaneity. Health management. Physical fitness. under expecting human capital. Delegation and empowerment. Association and unseen relationship of religious. Power of values. Power of technology and Killing instincts. T) (Naseeruddin Shah) Iqbal: Role of a coach. Patience. Balancing work and family. Role acceptance.L) Black: Role of a trainer. R) Corporate: Power of ethics and values. Pressure at work place. Helping people before they ask and give more than they expect. Relationship management of husband and wife. Reincarnation. M) Lakshya: Mission statement. Balancing roles. Willingness to do and achieve.

Power of love. Disagreement of principles. Y) Manthan: Rural management. People upliftment and Creating organisation with ownership feelings. War of ideas. Institutional leadership. Philosophy and Ideology. Code of conduct and Standardise norms in Institutes. Semi-skilled and unskilled work force. People management. Society building.X) Mohabbatein: Leadership with norms. .

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