If movies are your thing and the patriotic genre excites you we are here with a list of some movies that will make you fall in love with your country all over again.
Uri: The surgical strike
Everyone’s current love and crush, Vicky kaushal‘s first box office success, Uri: The strike made him a household name. This riveting movie is predicated on the famous 2016 surgical strikes against militant launch pads that were conducted by the Indian Army across the LOC within the Pakistani-administered Kashmir.
Rang De Basanti
Not your average teen romance movie, this one revolves around a gaggle of friends who have no clue on what to try with their lives until inquisitive British movie director ropes everyone to make a movie that she is making about the brave freedom fighters under British rule.
The whole movie shows different stages of emotions faced by the previously apolitical group, the tragic death of a fellow member because of the corrupted government that awakens the Desh bhakti in them and the way inspired by their roles, they collectively commit to avenge the ruthless killing.
Sehmat Khan is an undercover RAW agent who gets married into a Pakistani family by her father so she will be able to get all the specified information about the chance of a future attack by the neighboring country. To grasp what happens next, watch the beautiful movie and that we bet you will be left with Goosebumps!
This must-watch *vintage* Bollywood movie is based on the legendary freedom fighter Bhagat Singh’s life. Set during the Indian Independence movement, it displays how a brave Bhagat Singh fights against the dominant British government, sacrifices his life and becomes a legendary figure in Indian history.
What happens when our enemy, Pakistan gets to grasp that there are not a sufficient number of soldiers guarding the Longewala region in India? They attack with full force. Does the Indian army vacate the respective area? Or did they run away? What about the present stock of their arms inventory? What happens the subsequent morning? the movie is all about the same.