Movies don’t only amuse us; they also motivate us. They have a significant impact on how we think. They also capture the circumstances’ genuine spirit. War-themed films make us feel patriotic, while films about the military lifestyle encourage us to enlist.
Border is regarded as one of the greatest war films ever produced and was a major hit. A 2000-person (armed) Pakistani attack group confronts a tiny battalion of Indian troops in 1971 near the Longewala border area. The imdb gave this film a 7.5 rating.
In this movie on Karan Shergill’s life, from his undergraduate years through his position as an acting captain in the Indian Army, Hrithik Roshan played the lead role. Despite being a work of fiction, the movie used the Kargil conflict as its setting.
3. LOC Kargil
The events of the Kargil War were the inspiration for this motion picture. Operation Vijay was primarily the focus of this film.
4. Tango Charlie
Mani Shankar’s Tango Charlie featured Ajay Devgan, Sanjay Dutt, Sunil Shetty, and Bobby Deol in the key parts. Bobby Deol’s character Tarun Chauhan, who portrays Tarun’s path from a fresh recruit to one of the nation’s most courageous battle fighters, is the centre of the film.
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Directed by Chetan Anand and based on the Sino-Indian War of 1962, this film stars Balraj Sahni and Dharmendra in key roles.
Amrit Sagar was the director The genuine story of the 1971 Indo-Pak war’s POWs is told in the book “1971.” The film, which starred Manoj Bajpai, is regarded as one of the most underappreciated Bollywood productions ever.
Govind Nihalani’s film “Vijeeta,” directed, recounts the journey of Kunal Kapoor’s character Angad from troubled adolescent to fearless air force pilot. Shashi Kapoor and Rekha both play key parts in the film.
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The battle between the Indian army and Japanese invaders in Burma during World War II is shown in the film “Lalkaar,” which was directed by the illustrious Ramanand Sagar.
Even if these films weren’t as popular as 3 Idiots, they nonetheless serve as sources of motivation and inspiration for us.
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