Movies are a great source of entertainment. People are madly in love with the movies, especially when they have an incredible storyline. Every people love different kinds of movies based on different genres and stories. There are various incredible movies that describe the British Rule in India. British Rule was one of the vast historic events in India. These movies showcase the rules at that time and how the people survived. However, history is beyond imagination. Meanwhile, movies below display the events that occurred in India during British Rule.
Kesari is a Hindi-language action-drama movie released in 2019. The film’s director was
and produced by
and others. The film casts , Parineet Chopra, and others. The film depicts Havildar
of the Sikh Regiment in the British Indian Army. The regiment commander refers to all Indians as cowards and is jealous of Ishwar’s fighting skills. With an incident of breach of peace with Afghans, Ishwar Singh was transferred to Saragarhi Fort, where he found troops in a mess and enforced discipline on them. Again, the fight takes place between Saragarhi’s troops, and Afghans and they all die a heroic death.
Lagaan is a Hindi musical-drama movie released on the 15th of June 2001. The film’s director was , and it was produced under
Productions. The film starred Aamir Khan,
in lead roles. The story depicts a village in Champaner village, whose people depend on monsoon rain for livelihood. Due to the delay in monsoon, they head towards the king, Puran Singh, to ask for an Exemption on land tax. They propose a cricket match between the village team and the British official, and if officers lose, they would cancel the tax for the next two years.
3. Mangal Pandey: The Rising
Mangal Pandey: The Rising is an Indian Hindi-language biographical historic-drama movie released on the 12th of August 2005. The film’s director was
, and it was produced by
, Ketan Mehta, and others. The film starred Aamir Khan,
, and others. The story begins in 1857 when India was under the control of the Britishers. An Indian-origin soldier employed in the 34th Bengal Native Infantry is led to his execution by hanging for making mutiny against the East India Company.
4. Sardar Udham
Sardar Udham is a Hindi-language historical drama and biography of the freedom fighter Sardar Udham Singh. The film was released on the 16th of October 2021. The film’s director was
, and it was produced under Rising Sun Films and Kino Works. The film starred
in the lead role. The story depicts the incident of Jallianwala Bagh when British General Dwyer ordered an open fire on over 20,000 protesters. Udham Singh hears about the massacre and runs towards the ground to help people. He decided to take revenge and killed General O’Dwyre in London by shooting him in an event.
RRR is a Telugu-language action-drama movie released on the 25th of March 2022. The film’s director was S. S. Rajamouli, which was produced under DVV Entertainment. The film starred N.T.R. Jr.,
, and Ajay Devgn in lead roles. The story depicts in 1920, under the British Raj, Governor and his wife visits a forest in Adilabad and abducting a talented girl from the Gond tribe. Tribes Chief Komaram Bheem visits Delhi to rescue her. Rama Raju is an ambitious Indian police officer who wants to end British rule in India.
Veer is a Hindi action-romance movie released in 2010. The film’s director was
, Zareen Khan, and others. The film begins in 1875 with
Veer Pratap Singh
, a Pindari prince and the son of the Pindari leader and warrior Prithvi Singh. Prithvi was known for his battles against the Britishers. Veer and his younger brother Punya Singh go to London to learn and get the knowledge that would help them defeat the Britishers. Veer falls in love with Yashodhara, the daughter of Gyanendra Singh, the king of Madhavgarh. Gyanendra sees Veer as a threat to Madhavgard.
Lingaa is a Tamil-language action-drama movie released on the 12th of December 2014. The film’s director was K.S. Ravikumar, and it was produced under Rockline Entertainment. The film starred Rajinikanth,
, and Jagapathi Bahu in lead roles. The story begins in a small village where Solaiyur Dam is a symbol of prosperity and hope for the village people. However, Nagabooshan, a corrupt MP, wants to destroy the dam to build a new one so that he can earn millions in construction contracts.
8. 1942: A
It is an Indian Hindi-language romantic-drama movie released on the 15th of July 1994. The film’s director was
Vidhu Vinod Chopra
, and it starred
, Jackie Shroff,
, and others. The story begins in 1942, when the British Empire is losing its power. Many people were working for British regime, while many were engaged in underground meetings to protest against British rule. In this situation,
, son of a British employee, falls in love with Rajeshwari Pathak. Despite political and social unrest, their romance continues to grow.
9. The Legend Of Bhagat Singh
The Legend of Bhagat Singh is an Indian Hindi biographical historic-drama movie released on the 7th of June 2002. The film’s director was
, and it was produced by Ramesh Taurani and Kumar Taurani. The film starred Ajay Devgn, D. Santosh,
in lead roles. The story depicts a great strike held on the death of those three youngsters who protested against the Britishers. Mahatma Gandhi arrives and sees his followers praising him except for three Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru.
Firangi is an Indian Bollywood historical-drama movie released on the 1st of December 2017. The film’s director was Rajiev Dhingra, and it was produced under the banner K9 Films. The film starred
, Inaamulhaq, and others. The story begins in 1920, depicting Mangatram, an uneducated, jobless man who dreams of being in the police but fails in every attempt. He was born with the ability to cure back pain by kicking on the backside. One day, he cured the pain of Mark Daniel and impressed by him, offered a job in the police force. He wants to marry his love Sargi, but her father was a devotee of Mahatma Gandhi, so he refused his proposal.