Wednesday, August 15, 2007

60th Independence Day for Bollywood

30 states, 1618 languages, 6400 casts, 6 religion, 6 ethnic groups, 29 major festivals, and one country! Be Proud to be an Indian. We are celebrating 60th anniversary of our freedom Nation as well as our Indian Film Industry also has grown up with a liveliness of Independence and its change criteria. Bollywood has given many patriotic films to our Hindi Cinema.

On this Independence Day Yash Raj Flms Production’s new gift is Chak De India which released last week with a winning spirit of a women Hockey Team. It can be said that this film is a story about a national hockey team and their sacrifice for the Nation. The game for the nation not for individually purpose that’s the theme of this Shahrukh Khan starred movie. 17 Women hockey player are the best because this makes the film a women oriented subject based movie. Before this King Khan has performed in a patriotic film Swades directed by Ashutosh Govitrikar.

Last year Yash Raj Banner’s another patriotic movie Fanna hit at the Box office starring by superstars like Aamir Khan and Kajol. Fanna wasn’t basically a pure patriotic film. An indirect patriotism was in it which was mingled with a love story between a Kashmiri girl and a bewildered terrorist. A woman sacrifices her intense love for the nation. Sensational star Aamir Khan had been doing a lot of patriotic films such as: Sarfarosh, Lagaan, Mangal Pandey: the Rising, Rang De Basanti etc. All have a different face of Patriotism.

The great patriotic legend of hindi films Manoj Kumar is a mile stone star till then  because he interpreted which kind of love and sacrifice for the country on big screen that’s unforgettable  and engraved a portrait of Bharat.

There is a large scale variety of patriotic movies which has been changed with the time and situations and according to national circumstances. So nothing to be wonder, our Indian Cinema is also running in the main stream of love and passion for the Nation and will go on…………

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