Since the independence and the partition of India-Pakistan, the two countries have so far fought four wars and lots of fire exchanges were done in their respective border. We can witness these wars in many Indian Cinemas.
One of the earliest Hindi film to have addressed India’s troubled relations with Pakistan was Manoj Kumar’s Upkar (The Favour, 1967), a rural melodrama on a surviving veteran of the 1965 Indo-Pakistan war.
Hindustan Ki Kasam
Film commemorated the 1971 war. It was only after the 1971 Indo–Pakistan face‐off, which resulted in the birth of Bangladesh as an independent republic.
Kashmir is the main pragmatic issue, and is directly or indirectly responsible for all the four wars that occurred between India and Pakistan except for the Bangladeshi Independence movement, where India gave their helping hand to Bangladesh for their Independence movement against the tyrant Pakistani ruler in 1971. This cinema based on the events of 1971, where by getting the Indian helping hand, Bangladesh claimed their Independence from the rule of Pakistan.
4. Gadar: Ek Prem Katha
Anil Sharma’s ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’ evokes the tragedy of the ‘Hindu-Muslim’ partition, hopelessness and helplessness of the general middle class, lower class people of the two countries. By means of freedom, they lost their shelter, food and hope. A romantic love story develops during the time of partition. . The movie also depicts the tragic story and shows us how geographical division created displacement, death and made the corrupted political leader rich people, who made their business in that time of the holocaust.
5. Loc Kargil
The film rather aggressively belittles the image of Pakistan, by showcasing the acts infiltration as a deplorable tactic that could only be used by the timorous and weak‐hearted society. The soldiers repeatedly vent their anger against this sneaking act by calling the Pakistanis as “rats” . It based on the 1999 Kargil war between India –Pakistan, where the brave Indian soldier gives their full dedication to protect the LOC, with the support of Indian security reinforcements.
6. Garam Hava
Garam Hava (Hot Wind) is based on a post-partition centered issue. The movie portrays how the Muslim legacy has harmed the society for the partition. It raises thet question, Muslim indigenousness thought for their country Pakistan, but after partition, a larger number of Muslim stayed in India, where they have been as a a minority. This film points up that story of Indian middle-class Muslims and the nurture of 1947.
The movie is the portrayal of the historical battle of Longewala, Rajasthan. During Bangladesh’s independent movement, India helped Bangladesh to liberate them from the tyranny of the Pakistani rule. The Pakistan forces orders India to step back and opens firs against India. The soldiers (mostly Punjabi) of India defends the India-Pak border at their level best. This story is about the soldiers who have been always protecting us.
John Matthew Matthan’s Sarfarosh (Martyr, 1999) deserves a mention in the list. Sarfarosh has vilified Pakistan for spreading cross‐border terrorism in India through illegal arms trade.
When Altaf's parents were murdered, a police officer adopts him. However, Altaf finds out that the man behind his parents' deaths is his stepfather. He flees, returning after years in search of revenge.
10. Bajrangi Bhaijan
This cinema tells us the war is still being carried on, not only by the political leaders, but also by the war of two indigenous positions of Hindu-Muslim.