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1.     Raazi


An Indian spy is married to a Pakistani military officer during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.

Click here to watch Razi.


2.     Uri: The Surgical Strike


Following the roguish terrorist attacks at Uri Army Base camp in Kashmir, India takes the fight to the enemy, in its most successful covert operation till date with one and only one objective of avenging their fallen heroes.

Click here to watch Uri: The Surgical Strike.

 

3.     Rang De Basanti


A beautiful juxtaposition of the creative storytelling of our freedom struggle with the current socio-political environment, the film Rang De Basanti filled us not only with a unique cinematic experience but also brought out the colors of patriotism in every Indian which was visible as the audience cheered in the theatre when the movie was released.

It became more than a movie; it became a vehicle via which the young guns of our nation connected with our rich, beautiful past when our ancestors fought the British to get independence of our beloved country.

Click here to watch Rang De Basanti.


4.     Lakshya


The movie showcases the journey of a Delhi boy, who was a drifter, become one of the coveted army officers who played an important role in the 1999 Kargil War.

This intense war-drama has everything you can fall in love with – lit performances, taut storyline, vivid cinematography and an easy pace that makes it for a perfect movie to watch today.

Click here to watch Lakshya.


5.     Roja


Roja lives in a Tamil village, and her sister is about to marry a man from the city, who decides to marry Roja instead and gets a job assignment in Kashmir, where some militants decide to kidnap them.

Click here to watch Roja.


6.     Border

 

It's 1971, and 2000 members of the Pakistani Army—armed with tanks—are at war with just 120 men in a battalion of Indian soldiers based in the Longewala region of Rajasthan in India.

Click here to watch Border.


7.     Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo


Major General Amarjeet Singh (Amitabh Bachchan) is a dedicated officer for the Indian army. His son Lieutenant Commander Vikramjeet Singh (Bobby Deol) follows in his footsteps and joins the army. Many years pass, Vikramjeet's son Captain Kunal Singh (Bobby Deol) joins the army but has no intentions of remaining there. He instead plans to leave, settle abroad and earn lots of money. Amarjeet is disappointed with Kunal as he hopes his grandson would do something to honour his deceased father. Kunal comes across a desert party and sees Shweta Bhansali (Divya Khosla).Shweta fell in love and married Major Rajeev Singh (Akshay Kumar), unfortunately he was deployed for action on his wedding day and he had to leave his newly wed bride.

Click here to watch Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo.


8.     Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran


A look at India's second confidential nuclear test series at Pokhran lead by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, during the time of PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee's tenure.

Click here to watch Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran.


9.     The Accidental Prime Minister


Based on the memoir by Indian policy analyst Sanjaya Baru, The Accidental Prime Minister explores Manmohan Singh's tenure as the Prime Minister of India, and the kind of control he had over his cabinet and the country.

Click here to watch The Accidental Prime Minister.


10.Paltan


A war drama based on the Indo-China War of 1962, JP Dutta's "PALTAN" focuses on the hard-hitting truth of India's relations with China, and how it is important to acknowledge that China, an enormous power in world politics, poses to be a huge threat to India.

Click here to watch Paltan.


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