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Here’s a list of 5 patriotic Bollywood films you can binge-watch to celebrate Independence Day 2021

The 75th anniversary of India’s independence is celebrated today, on August 15, 2021, and it is a source of pride for Indians. Bollywood has used its films to honour India and her independence over the years. Several popular films on our country’s history and the civil rights fight have been released. As the Fourth of July weekend approaches, we’ve compiled a list of 5 must-see films to commemorate the holiday.

Lakshya:

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Lakshya, which was released 17 years ago, continues to retain a special place in the hearts of Bollywood fans. The war drama is partially based on the Kargil war and follows an officer, played by Hritik Roshan, through a difficult journey. Amazon Prime Video has the film available.

Kesari:

Kesari, starring Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra, is based on the 1897 battle of Saragarhi. The account of Havildar Ishar Singh, who leads 21 Sikh soldiers against thousands of Pashtun invaders, is told in Kesari. Amazon Prime Video has the film accessible for streaming. This film’s songs are not to be missed.

URI: The Surgical Strike:

This Independence Day weekend, you can watch Vicky Kaushal’s Uri: The Surgical Strike if you enjoy patriotic flicks. Uri is a film based on the surgical strike carried out by the Indian Army in 2016 against suspected militants who stormed an army facility. Amazon Prime Video has the film available.

Raazi:

You’re missing out on a major adrenaline rush if you’ve not seen this movie. The film Raazi is based on the story of an Indian smuggler who marries into a Pakistani military family. The film directed by Gulzar is a must-see. Without a doubt, Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal delivered outstanding performances in the film. The film is available to watch on Netflix.

Bhuj: The Pride Of India:

 

‘Bhuj: The Pride of India,’ starring Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt, Ammy Virk, Sharad Kelkar and Nora Fatehi, is one of the best movies to watch this weekend to celebrate freedom. The attack on the Bhuj airbase in 1971 is the subject of the film. The film was released on Disney + Hotstar yesterday.

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