10 Bollywood dialogues which will fill you with patriotism this Independence DayNew Delhi: There is no feeling in the world that matches the essence of being free. Free to make your own choices, free to live a life on your own terms, free to enjoy rights
New Delhi: There is no feeling in the world that matches the essence of being free. Free to make your own choices, free to live a life on your own terms, free to enjoy rights that add to the joy of life. However, we Indians earned this privilege after years of struggle.
Talking about patriotism, Bollywood isn't left behind either. Hindi movies have been known to reflect patriotic stories that were nourished on blood, sweat and sacrifices. With an array of movies centred on the idea of patriotism, Bollywood has given us some classics.
This Independence Day, let these movies instil a feeling of patriotism in you.
Here we are presenting 10 famous Bollywood dialogues that will compel you to get up and work for bringing a positive change in India:
1. Aap namak ka haq adda kijiye, mai mitti ka haq adda karta hun
From ‘The Legend Of Bhagat Singh', this dialogue is as powerful as the scene. Ajay Devgn as Bhagat Singh is shown lying on an ice bed when he was being beaten up by officials.
2. Main nahi manta hamara desh duniya ka sabse mahaan desh hai ... lekin yeh zaroor manta hoon ... ki hum mein kabliyat hai, taqat hai, apne desh ko mahaan banane ki
This quote by Shah Rukh Khan who played Mohan Bhargava in Ashutosh Gowariker's 'Swades', fills you with optimism. It clearly reflects that there is a better tomorrow if we work towards it.
3. Yeh azaadi ki ladai hai ... ghuzre hue kal se azaadi ... aane waale kal ke liye
From Aamir Khan starrer 'Mangal Pandey', this dialogue tells us that the independence we enjoy is the result of the sleepless nights our forefathers spent.
4. Tum doodh mangoge hum kheer denge … tum Kashmir mangoge hum cheer denge
This dialogue was symbolised the movie 'Maa Tujhe Salaam'. Every Indian felt the same way during the wars against Pakistan.
5.Mard marta hai toh apni aankhen tirange ki taraf karke marta hai … aur yeh sochta hai ki phir se is desh ke liye kab pehda hoon.
One could see Sunny Deol's aggression when he said this one in ‘Jo Bole So Nihaal.' He perfectly sums up the blessing it is to be born in India and the sentiment every patriotic experiences.
6. Border pe marne se zyada bada nasha koi nahin hai.
This powerful one liner will force you to stop and think about all the brave soldiers who let go of their lives for the country. Said by Kay Kay Menon in ‘Shaurya', this exemplifies respect for the soldiers.
7. The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in war!
From the cult classic 'Border', this quote is one of the best said by Akshay Khanna in the movie. As you recall this it is sure to strike the right chord to trigger patriotism.
8. Mujhe states ke naam na sunai dete hai na dikhai dete hai … sirf ek mulk ka naam sunai deta hai I-N-D-I-A
'Chak De India' was basically a film about promoting sports but nonetheless it didn't lack the patriotic colour. As Shah Rukh Khan addresses his team members, this dialogue only proves that India is the best example of unity in diversity.
9. Yeh Veer Shivaji, Rana Pratap jaise bahaduron ki sarzameen hai. Jise Bhagat Singh, Azad, Ashfaqullah Khan ne apne khoon se seencha hai. Humein koi tod nahin sakta… Hum Hindustani ek hain or ek hi rahenge. Aur desh ke har ek dushman ko milkar marenge.
Anil Kapoor starrer ‘Pukar' traces the story of a soldier who sacrificed everything to ensure his country was safe. And this quote talks about all those legendary soldiers who did the same during tough times so that we woke up to a free country.
10. Tumhare seene mein joh dil hai woh Hindustani hai … aur Hindustani dil awaara nahi hota … yeh chahta toh sari duniya ko hai, lekin mitta kisi Hindustani par hai
Last but definitely not the least, this dialogue by Farida Jalal in 'Soldier' tells why an Indian will always be loyal to his motherland. No matter wherever we go, we will always stick to our roots.
Now that you are filled with patriotic energy for your country, let us take the pledge on this 69th Independence Day to build a nation which was imagined by Rabindranath Tagore when he wrote, “Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high.”