As India enters its 71st year of the constitution’s coming into force, one thing has remained constant over the years: our patriotism and our love for the nation. Many filmmakers and actors put their blood, sweat and tears into bringing these stories to us and we have always enjoyed them. These films have played a very important role in conveying various social messages which have been lessons for all of us to learn. On Republic Day, as the nation embarks on a journey to better health and safety, Netflix will be your partner in cheering you up.
The giant OTT will take you on a trip down memory lane with some of the most patriotic movies.
Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl
The film is based on the true story of Flying Officer Gunjan Saxena, who takes you on the journey of India’s first female combatant aviator who went full blast into the war zone at Kargil (1999 ). It shows that although life threw many curve balls at Gunjan, it took him with pride and yet went ahead to serve the country in what has been called one of the darkest times. of the nation. A perfect treat for the celebration of the Republic Day!
Lakshya brings Indian idol Hrithik Roshan in a story where a aimless, unemployed and irresponsible adult man joins the military and as his journey continues he becomes a hero of the battlefield. This movie gave everyone the chills (and maybe even many the inspiration to join forces).
The story of the armed forces, led by Ashwat, arriving in Pokhran to perform a confidential nuclear test, where they face challenges from the American Lacrosse satellite and local spies. With their patriotic heart and unbreakable spirit, Ashwat and his team race against the clock to complete the tests while running against the clock that will keep you on the edge of your seats.
Inspiring athletes across the country, Soorma is based on the true story of Sandeep Singh, a penalty wedge specialist on the Indian hockey team. Sandeep was hit in the spine by an accidental gunshot which left him paralyzed. Grab a box of tissues as the film takes you on the journey of its return and recovers itself as the best flick-flicker, even going so far as to become captain of the Indian national hockey team.
The story that has stolen the hearts of millions of people around the world, Article 15 is the story of a police officer who embarks on a crusade against violent caste-based crimes and discrimination. Set in the rural heart of India, this film takes you down a dark and gritty path that is eye-opening for many.
Aamir Khan’s star Dangal is the biopic of Mahavir Singh Phogat, who gave birth to the first Indian female wrestler to win the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The film shows two wrestlers wrestling as they launch on a journey to glory in the face of societal oppression.
RAW – Romeo Akbar Walter
To aid his nation in times of need, Romeo is recruited by the Indian intelligence agency to be part of a spy mission in a foreign country. His tactics for staying undercover during the mission will blow your mind, and just when you appreciate him, you’ll have your heart in your mouth – as his cover is blown.
When a military intelligence officer walks out with extremely sensitive information about the country, it’s up to his mentor to put an end to what he started. What follows is a race between two of the country’s most nuanced people, who understand their defense operations.
As the film takes you on a tour with six young Indians helping an Englishwoman film a documentary about freedom fighters from their past, you will surely remember the freedom struggle the country faced. As the movie takes a lousy turn with politics, you join the lives of these young people seeking justice.
Legend of Bhagat Singh
This Ajay Devgn star is the story of one of the country’s legendary revolutionaries who raised armed resistance against British rule and helped us on the road to freedom. The film chronicles his life and journey, as it takes you through the myriad atrocities he faced and decided to resist – giving you goosebumps every step of the way. Over the years, it has become a favorite for Republic Day.
The Journey of Indian Boxer – Mary Kom and the struggles she faced in every nook and cranny of her path and how it made her stronger is an inspiring story that would bring tears to my eyes. The movie shows how nothing can stop you when you are resolute and boldly walk towards what you want to accomplish!
Sit back, relax with Netflix, and double down on the Republic Day celebrations!
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