Independence Day Bollywood Movies:
Have you ever noticed that on 15th August, we feel extra proud, extra inspired, and emotional on hearing our country’s past? There is something magical about 15th August. It makes us all feel united. We feel good and happy to see our flag rising above in the sky. Even Bollywood has made some inspiring movies on independence day that you could watch several times and still, it will continue to motivate you and will make you feel proud of our country.
On the occasion of 74th Independence day, let’s not forget the struggles of heroes who made it a reality ans watch these amazing stories of heroes!
Ketan Mehta’s Mangal Pandey: The Rising is a masterpiece, and it should be watched at all costs. The story is about our first organist rebellion against the British forces. A face-off between Mangal Pandey and East India Company. Watch this movie to witness the first war of independence in 1857.
2. The Legend of Bhagat Singh
Ajay Devgn starrer The legend of Bhagat Singh is there to show you the courage, sacrifices and struggle of Bhagat Singh and how selflessly he gave up his own life at the age of 23 for the freedom of our country.
Lagaan is the story of a village named Champaner. The people of that village learned cricket that was introduced to them by the Britishers themselves only to defeat them in the same game to get rid of high taxes.
We all have somewhere heard about this movie. Farhan Akhtar directed this film, and it is also believed that many people were inspired to serve the army after watching this movie. The movie revolves around a guy who has no idea about his future. He ends up serving the nation by joining the Indian Army.
Released in 1997, this movie is considered to be the best war action movie of all time. It’s an unpretentious patriotic film. It depicts the personal horror faced by the Indian Army men and their families. It will make you weep and respect our soldiers even more.
6. Rang De Basanti
Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra. It showcases the stories of youngsters who help a foreigner in documenting a movie on freedom fighters. It leads them to relive the freedom struggle of our country. With this film, the director raises uncomfortable questions about the long-forgotten spirit of independence.