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Celebrating India's Freedom: 5 Films to Watch


India  •  1 Aug, 2023  •  9,821 Views  •  ⭐ 5.0

Written by Shivani Chourasia


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Cinema has the profound capability to encapsulate the feelings of a nation, portraying poignant narratives that have shaped its history. As the vibrant country of India nears its Independence Day, it becomes imperative to revisit the incredible journey that brought its people their hard-earned freedom. Indian cinema, known globally as Bollywood, offers a plethora of movies that aptly ignite a sense of patriotism. This blog lists the top five Indian Independence Day movies that are must-watches for anyone wanting to feel the spirit of Indian nationalism.

Gandhi (1982)

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At the top of our list is the biographical masterpiece, 'Gandhi.' Directed by Richard Attenborough, this Oscar-winning film is an honest depiction of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi's life. Gandhi, the torchbearer of India's non-violent struggle against British rule, is portrayed in intimate detail. From his philosophy of non-violence to his tireless marches for equality, this movie provides a deep understanding of the man who played a pivotal role in India's independence.

Rang De Basanti (2006)

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This film brilliantly merges the past and the present, interweaving the stories of five university students in contemporary India and the freedom fighters they portray in a film-within-a-film. 'Rang De Basanti' (Paint it Saffron) stirs up feelings of patriotism and social responsibility in an inspiring and emotionally charged narrative.

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The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002)

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A powerful depiction of one of India's most influential freedom fighters, 'The Legend of Bhagat Singh' brings to life the revolutionary spirit that ran rampant during India's fight for freedom. Bhagat Singh's bravery and sacrifice for his country continue to be an inspiring tale for generations.

Lagaan (2001)

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Set during the British Raj in India, 'Lagaan' is a story of resilience and courage against oppression. A group of villagers takes on the British authorities in a game of cricket to escape hefty taxes (Lagaan), symbolizing their struggle for freedom. Despite its historical setting, the film beautifully resonates with the themes of unity, resilience, and patriotism.

Border (1997)

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'Border' is a tribute to the Indian Army, showcasing their courage and spirit during the Indo-Pak War of 1971. This movie, based on the Battle of Longewala, is a heart-rending portrayal of the soldiers' grit and determination against all odds.

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Conclusion

As India celebrates another year of independence, these films offer a unique insight into the sacrifices and struggles that led to the freedom we cherish today. While they vary in their settings, characters, and storytelling techniques, each film resonates deeply with the patriotic spirit. This Independence Day, let's immerse ourselves in these compelling narratives that foster respect for the nation's past and inspire us to contribute to its bright future. These are more than just movies; they are stirring reminders of the spirit of freedom that defines India.

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