Give it to me!


You! Venkidi!

I got the red one!

Come here, Venkidi!

Venkidi, Venkidi! He is calling you!

I said he is calling you.

Turn around!

Your Uncle is calling you!


You dumbo!


Why did you do that?

Anandan is making trouble

for no reason

Poor Venkidi!

You! Where are you running off to?

Look at him run!

Hey! Venkidi!

Where were you all this while?

You set off in the morning

Can't stay home for a minute,

can you?

Where are you rushing off to?

Out in the sun all day!



It was Man's greatest desire... fly like the birds

To conquer the skies

it was with balloons that he first made

the wish come true

Oh no!

But to fly without being at the mercy

of the wind... fly as he wished...balloons were not


Many types of planes were invented

They failed... and failed again

Finally, in 1903...

...the Wright brothers in America...

...built the first model of the planes we

see today

And Man started to fly!

Huh? What is it, boy?

I would like... get on a plane

And where do you want to go?


There is one thing we can do...want to get

on my cycle?

What do you say?


Hop on!

Hold on tight!

I am!

See how happy the birds are

They know their wings...

...can take them wherever wish to go

That is why they are happy

Can I get a pair of wings too?

So that I can fly like them?

Sure! The wings you need to get you

where you want to go...

...will sprout on your shoulders without your

even knowing it

You should wish for it

And your wish should be honest

So many singers in Indira Teacher's

class today!

Have space for one more?

If we don't, we will make some, just

for Jani!

Step right in!

You can sit here

Do you like to learn music?

Yes, I do

Then let's start

Isn't he interested in all this?

Him? He is preoccuppied all day...

...with his construction work




I am going to build a plane

That sounds good! Will you allow me on

your plane?


I asked...will you let me on?

Yes, I will

Look here, Uncle!

This is how my plane will be

Can you hear me now?


You can?

I can hear

The Princess shed tears on the


...and the tears flowed like a river...

When she raised her head

and looked at the sky...

...through the moonlight, she saw a

flying carpet

She hadn't seen such a pretty carpet

anywhere in the palace

And he was on the flying carpet,

smiling down at her

He had everything she had ever

wished for

And what were they?

For the princess to trim her nails...

...he had the edges of stars...

...the murmer of the breeze...

...a piece of a cottony cloud...

...and the baby rabbit from the moon!

Now go to sleep, my child

What was the issue today?

Fought with someone?

They called me a dumbo again

I won't go back to school

It's ok! We will tell the teacher

tomorrow, ok?

No! I don't want to study anymore

And I don't want to go to school

Bring it here! Uncle will cut it for you

Alright. Don't open your eyes, ok?





See this plane, Janaki?


Did you make this, Venkidi?

Me and Uncle

Can it fly?


It can run on the floor

This is for you, Janaki

I brought it for you

Dr. Abhishek Mishra

Medicine. Surgery

Prof. J Venketeshwaran

Science and Engineering

Kumari Niveditha Raghuram

This year's Padma awards...

...have been presented at a ceremony

in the Rashtrapathi Bhavan

This year's recepient of the Padma Bhushan,

Malayali scientist...

...Prof J Venketeshwaran...

...received his award from the President

The design for the planes he built for

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