Education is a facade: Amir Hashmi

Today we are talking about a very serious issue that needs to be addressed and is completely true according to the circumstances. Parents have high expectations from their children, and many parents even put everything at stake, such as their farms and jewelry, to educate their children.

They dream that their children will alleviate all their troubles and improve their household, but some children who excel in high school and intermediate studies end up destroying themselves due to corrupt mentalities. In current times, many girls and boys lie to their parents about going to coaching classes and instead spend their time in hotels or their boyfriend’s rooms according to their coaching schedule.

Dear parents, it is your duty to ensure the safety and well-being of your children. The future generations and upcoming societies are in your hands, so please make sure you know where your children are attending coaching, or one day your entire reputation will be ruined when everything becomes viral, and you will lose your self-confidence. Please ask the coaching instructors if your child actually attended classes.

Published by Amir Hashmi

Amir Hashmi is an Indian Film Producer, Director, Writer, and Actor awarded the ‘Film excellence award’ by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India. Apart from being an artist, he is an outstanding speaker who hosted hundreds of inspiring workshops and campaigns amongst the youth. Awarded ‘Sangeet Visharad’ in Hindustani classical singing. He consistently promotes culture, humanity, and morality, and believes in truth and non-violence, besides being known for his environmental and patriotic initiatives.

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