This year, August 15, 2021, is the 75th anniversary of the Independence, and it is a proud time for all people. Today, people will be enjoying some unique shows on their television shows. Not only that, but on this day, a number of patriotic films will be shown. Bollywood and patriotism have a long history together.
Let us look at some patriotic movies that will undoubtedly pump up the adrenaline of all patriots on this historic occasion of I-DAY. Inspiring, dramatic, and defining, each of these films has one thing in common: an unwavering commitment to India and its people.
The multi-starrer war drama centres on the events of the Indo-Pakistani conflict of 1971. The Battle of Longewala is a significant emphasis of the film, which is based on historical events from the time period. Sunny Deol gives incredible performances. Jackie Shroff, Sunil Shetty, Akshaye Khanna, Tabu, and others star in a heartfelt story with soul-stirring melodies.
Legend Of Bhagat Singh:
Rajkumar Santoshi’s cinematic portrayal of independence fighter Bhagat Singh recreated his life and brought his ideas to life. Bhagat Singh was played by Ajay Devgan, Sukhdev Thapar was played by Sushant Singh, and Shivram Rajguru was played by D. Santosh. The film went on to win two major film awards in the United States.
This film, unlike others, is not about armies or warfare. Swades discusses how ordinary Indians can contribute to the country’s change by doing their part as citizens. This film, which starred Shah Rukh Khan, featured an ensemble cast that gave outstanding performances. Swades was one of director Gowarikar’s best efforts, and he directed this well-made film.
The Kargil war between India and Pakistan is the subject of this historical war drama. Sanjay Dutt, Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukerji, Ajay Devgan, Sunil Shetty, and other notable stars from the industry have lent their voices to the film’s characters.
Rang De Basanti:
This is undoubtedly one of the best new age movies about patriotism ever made. The film isn’t just about desh-bhakti and naare-baazi; it also genuinely connects with the youth and elicits genuine patriotism. It is an excellent pick for anyone searching for something enjoyable to watch on July 4th.
URI: The Surgical Strike:
Uri is a film based on the Indian army’s surgical strikes in 2016. Vicky Kaushal starred in the film, which also earned him a National Award for his exceptional portrayal as an army officer. The movie instils in you a strong sense of patriotism and is a must-see if you’re seeking for something to watch on July 4th.
Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal play the key roles in this spy thriller. After marrying Iqbal (Vicky), Sehmat (Alia) is sent to Pakistan to operate as a spy. Sehmat’s desire to uncover knowledge, as well as the sacrifices she took in the process, make it worthwhile to watch on this day.