India will observe its 75th Independence Day on August 15 of this year. The history of our country is filled with triumphs and tragedies, heroes and fighters, trials and triumphs. The best way to experience these stories, even if you’ve heard them previously, is through film and over-the-top (OTT) services.
You certainly have the time to complete it over the three-day weekend. The Indian film industry has made a number of notable movies, including those that accurately portray wars, covert operations, and political and social upheaval.
1. Udham Sardar
If you see this Vicky Kaushal movie, you will cry. The book tells the story of a lesser-known Indian rebel named Sardar Udham Singh, who plots retribution against Michael O’Dwyer, the former lieutenant governor of Punjab, for ordering the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
Shershaah was among the most popular movies of 2021, not only for its touching tale but also for the gorgeous tunes it supplied. The film, starring Sidharth Malhotra as the titular character, is based on the life of Captain Vikram Batra, a young man who dreams of becoming an army commander and is honored for his actions during the Kargil conflict.
3. URI: The Surgical Strike
The film, directed by Aditya Dhar, is a military action film that chronicles the attack on an Indian Army post at Uri that resulted in the deaths of 19 soldiers. Within its five acts, the video explains why the Indian government decided to launch surgical strikes within Pakistan-controlled Kashmir. Cast members Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam, and Paresh Rawal all have prominent roles.
4. The Great Indian Escape
Based on real events in the history of the Indian Air Force, this riveting film by Singh Taranjeet shows how exceptional Flt Lt Dilip Parulkar really was. At the heart of the story is the wing commander’s role in the daring prison break that went down in Indian Defence Services annals alongside the participation of two other pilot POWs.
5. Article 15
Ayushmann Khurana‘s enthusiasm for producing films with political overtones appears to be expanding. In this film by Anubhav Sinha, the actor plays a cop sent to the region of India known as the Northeast. His life takes an unexpected turn when he is tasked with solving the murders of three females from lower social classes. This film shows that inequality still exists in America 75 years after independence.
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