Keshu - A CFSI Chidren's Film - Part 6/7


Keshu is a fun film for children. It is a must watch cinema if your are looking for children's videos.This Film is produced by Children's Film Society, India (CFSI). Like us on Facebook at Keshu lost his ability to talk and hear along with his mother when he was born. He was raised by his mater- nal uncle. Being quite mischievous, there was never ending complaints from the villagers. His uncle had no choice but to punish him, but to no avail. The only per- son who Keshu could reach out to was his distant rela- tive and the maid of the house, Devu. This was the time when Shalini, a teacher transferred to that village stared living with the family. Keshu did not spare her too from his mischief, but she did not complain to anyone, and instead started liking him. He reciprocated the affection shown to him and there was a gradual change in his behaviour. She encouraged him to take up drawing and even convinced his uncle to put him in a special school. When he wins an international award for his painting, 'The elephant and the Mahout', he becomes the darling of the whole village.

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