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Hamara Tiranga is a movie that picturizes the scenario during World War II.
The movie Hamara Tiranga is a historical drama that covers the story during World War II. The British enters a small village, conquer the entire area, and conscript the youth of Kanakpur to train them and work in the army forces. The movie makes us recall the time before independence, and all the injustice and cruelty faced by the people of that period. Sanjeev Balath has come up with a patriotic story once again where the feeling of being slaved and treated as a servant of the Britishers takes us back to the days of struggle movement of freedom. The film shows how the Britishers trick the youths of the village who wanted to work in cities.
This leads to the beginning of the fight during the World War II. The villagers start feeling disgusted after the British people shot ten youngsters from the area, and then rebel starts. Those dead bodies have been covered by the British flag. After the village people start the fight with the British, these outsiders ruin their home by burning them and making them bow the British flag in order to teach them a lesson. The British people keep a condition where they ask the villagers to kiss their flag on the finish of count 5 and if they are successful, they will be given their life back or else they will be dead. After going through so much of torture, the villagers get a supporting hand from Arjun who is a literate person, and he makes plans to drive the Britishers out of the village.
Sanjeev Balath has done an excellent work in the movie, and also the cast like Ashmit Patel, Milind Soman have left a great impression on the viewers through their performance.
1. The era of the British rule has been presented in a well-mannered way.
2. Milind Soman’s acting is really outstanding.
3. Lalit Pandey has worked on a great collection of music.
What’s not there?
1. There could have been more of World War II movements.
2. The second half of the movie could have shown some more of nationalism.
These types of the movie make us continue to remember the historical period that has gone through such difficulties and torture of the Britishers, and that such type of films should regularly be made in order to remind each generation that we should not let our pride be snatched by anyone.
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