Patriotic Films– Yes, that time of the year has come when every Indian becomes a proud one and when every Indian household has patriotic movies playing on their TV. This year we may have spent a lot of time with our families but watching movies, and Republic Day’s Parade is fun!
Here are some movies that you can watch with your movies
1. Satyameva Jayate
Starring John Abraham and Manoj Bajpai, Satyameva Jayate is a revenge drama that takes inspiration from 80’s films. The film is a total entertainer and a must-watch with your family. The action sequence and catchy music will keep you intrigued.
Based on the 1990 airlift of Indian from Kuwait, Airlift is a movie everyone loved. The film shows the journey of Ranjit Katyal and Sanjeey Kohli’s struggle to bring back stuck Indians. The edge-of-the-seat drama will keep you hooked onto it, no matter how many times you have seen the film.
Set in the 19th Century, Kesari is the story about Havaldar Ishar Singh (played by Akshay Kumar) who played an essential role in the Battle of Saragarhi in 1897. The battle was fought by an army of 21 Sikhs against a legion of Afghans. It’s a must-watch film with your family.
Soorma is a film about the former International Hockey captain Sandeep Singh, played by Diljit Dosanjh. The film captures his story of becoming a hockey player to the accidental shooting and back to being a hockey player. The real-life story will inspire you to fight your battles against your shortcomings.
5. Mary Kom
This movie mark as a best Patriotic Films in India. Let’s talk about woman power! Amidst the many biopics, this one is of the International Boxer Mary Kom, played by Priyanka Chopra Jonas. Since then, the story has encouraged many girls to set foot in the sports industry. The journey from going against her father to become a boxer to becoming a world-renowned boxer will leave you spell-bound. Watch this film with your family to feel more than just proud.
Now, that you have a list of movies that you can watch on 26th January, make some popcorns and watch them.
Last and foremost, Happy Republic Day to all