Saints’ Day 2022: Bhagat Singh stays to be one of the most powerful, progressive figures in the Indian history and keeps on filling in as a gigantic wellspring of motivation for each age.
Martyred in the prime of youth, at 23 years old, on March 23, 1931, Bhagat Singh was one of the boldest political dissidents. Seen as Shaheed Diwas or Martyr’s Day, the day recognizes and honors the penance and unbelievable showcase of boldness of this legend.
Bhagat Singh stays to be one of the most powerful, progressive figures in the Indian history and keeps on filling in as a gigantic wellspring of motivation for each age.
As workmanship emulates life, it was just normal that such an amazing figure would be the choicest of subjects for realistic depiction. On the nationalist’s 91st passing commemoration, we should return to Shaheed Bhagat Singh’s life through seven motion pictures in view of the notorious legend’s life.
SHAHEED-E-AZAD BHAGAT SINGH
Following 23 years of his passing (1954), this was the primary film to be made on him. Mohammed Rafi’s ‘Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamaare Dil Mein Hai’ from the film proceeded to turn into a notable hit that is valued even till this day.
SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH
Second film to be made on the legend delivered on 1963. Shammi Kapoor assumed the hero’s part, in this KN Bansal executive endeavor.
Manoj Kumar depicted Bhagat Singh’s job in this 1965 movie coordinated by S Ram Sharma. It won the thirteenth National Awards, other than winning Best Feature Film in Hindi, Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration and Best Story. The film produced a few evergreen works of art sung
by Lata-Mukesh-Rafi-Manna Dey: Aye Watan, Sarfaroshi ki Tamanna, O Mera Rang De Basanti Chola, Pagadi Sambhaal Jattaa, that are murmured till this day.
RANG DE BASANTI
Reigniting the enthusiasm in the adolescent, this film spun around young people engaged with depicting the existences of political dissidents in a narrative inside the film. This Rakesh Omprakash Mehra film was a novel, provocative showstopper bragging a splendid gathering cast containing Aamir Khan, R Madhavan, Soha Ali Khan, Kunal Kapoor, Sharman Joshi, Atul Kulkarni and British entertainer Alice Patten.
2002 saw the arrival of three movies in view of Bhagat Singh’s life. Shaheed-E-Azam, coordinated by Sukumar Nair, was the first to be delivered in 2002 among the three. Sonu Sood played Bhagat Singh’s job.
Nominal job of Bhagat Singh was tried by Bobby Deol in this film (2002). Unfurling occasions from the legend’s life, the film coordinated by Guddu Dhanao, catches the critical commitments of the political dissident finishing to the snapshot of his death penalty. Radiant Deol played Chandrasekhar Azad while Amrita Singh wore the job of Bhagat’s mom.
THE LEGEND OF BHAGAT SINGH
This Rajkumar Santhoshi film sacked two National honors. Ajay Devgn tried the nominal job in this 2002 energetic film.