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Binge-Watch The Patriotic Movies And Series On This Independence Day

This chronicled movie featuring John Abraham and Diana Penty depends on the atomic bomb test blasts led by the Indian Army at Pokhran in 1998 under the perception of the legend Dr. Abdul Kalam.

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Every Indian recalls the efforts of the bravest freedom fighters and their struggles to get India free from the British Government. Independence Day is a day to relive and enjoy the spirit of freedom and independence. With the echo of nationalism and patriotism in the hearts of people, here is a cumulative list of all-time patriotic movies and series to gear upon for the Independence Day. 

  • Uri: The Surgical Strike

Streaming on: Zee5

A military action film which demonstrates what the Indian Army did on the lan d of Pakistan occupied Kashmir. The plot is a sensationalised record of the reprisal to the 2016 Uri assault, following Major Vihaan Singh Shergill, portrayed by Vicky Kaushal of the Indian Army, who plays a crucial role in the events. This movie can make an Indian proud and aggrieved at the same time. 

  • The Forgotten Army

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Kabir Khan made his debut on the OTT platforms with the series The Forgotten Army - Azaadi Ke Liye. Based on true events the series showcases the Netaji’s Indian Army. The series showcases how soldiers, men and women came forward to brawl for the Indian Independence. 

  • Kesari

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

The movie is based on true events of the Battle of Saragarhi in 1897. The plot focuses on Havildar Ishar Singh, portrayed by Akshay Kumar who lead 21 Sikh soldiers, against the invading army of ten thousand Afghans to defend the North-west Frontier Province. 

  • Special Ops

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

The series is based on 19-year-old chase wherein the sixth terrorist who was linked to the 2001 Parliament attack went missing. Five terrorists were killed, but Himmat Singh, Raw agent portrayed by Kay Kay melon believed that there was another person, but no one believed onto his theory. A perfect plan and a task force were created to find out the responsible person against the attack on the Parliament. The series keeps you indulged and it gets enthralling with every episode.

  • Parmaanu

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

This chronicled movie featuring John Abraham and Diana Penty depends on the atomic bomb test blasts led by the Indian Army at Pokhran in 1998 under the perception of the legend Dr. Abdul Kalam.

  • Bose: Dead/Alive

Streaming on: ALTBalaji

Bose: Dead/Alive, is a standout amongst other biographical series delivered on an OTT stage. The show is a notable period dramatisation featuring Rajkummar Rao as Subhash Chandra Bose. It depends on the book, India's Biggest Cover-up by an activist Anuj Dhar. The ALTBalaji smaller than expected series investigates the hypotheses about Bose's demise and spins around circumstances that indicate his conceivable return.

  • Raazi

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

The movie is an adaptation of the novel ‘Calling Sehmat’  which solves around the tale of the heroic Indian RAW lady spy. She married into a military officials family of Pakistan so that she can provide relevant information to India, before the 197 Into-Pakistani War.

  • The Family Man 

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Starring Manoj Bajpayee, the series is a perfect blend of thrill and comedy. The show follows an insight official who shuffles between national duty and his life as a family man, without trading off his duties in both the jobs. The series showcases how a family man with low income deals with the growing terrorism in the nation. 

  • The Ghazi Attack

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

The movie documents the naval war between India and Pakistan of 1971. The war was fought underwater when Pakistan’s submarine PNS Ghazi mysteriously sunk.

  • The Test Case

Streaming on: ALTBalaji

ALTBalaji's The Test Case, coordinated by Nagesh Kukunoor and Vinay Waikul, stars Minrat Kaur as Captain Shikha Sharma. The series follows the first lady in a conflicting job in the military, who means to serve the country by being proficient in the male-commanded military spectrum.

  • Madras Cafe

Streaming on: Netflix

An Indian intelligence agent journeys to a war-torn coastal island to break the reroute rebel group and meets a passionate journalist. The movie showcases the time of intervention in the Indian mediation in the Sri Lankan civil war and the assassination of Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

  • Bard of Blood 

Streaming on: Netflix 

The series is about when four Indian operatives are taken hostages by the Taliban, a secret service director asks former agent Kabir Anand to take on the rescue mission. The series is based on an espionage novel by Bilal Siddiqi with the same name. 

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Pritika Khanna

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