Great Freedom Fighters Whose Biopic Should Be Made By Bollywood: Bollywood has got a great response from its audience for recreating stories of great Personalities and portraying them in a beautiful way. From the biopic of a great sportsman to famous nationalists, Bollywood has certainly ignored the not so famous and underrated freedom fighters who have sacrificed their lives for the nation.
Bollywood has sometimes suffered in search of new stories &new content and Biopic has been the savior for it. Biopic certainly gives a lot to learn to its audience and also know the struggles to achieve success. The youth of this country should know the past struggles of this nation and movies are the only way to feed them.
Biopic’s of Milkha Singh, Narendra Modi, and many other legends of our Nation is played by big filmstars that create a big fan base for the movie. Here are the lists of movies that should be created by Bollywood in a larger budget to make the youth aware of some great freedom fighters.
Jagabandhu Bidyadhara Mohapatra Bhramarbara Rai famously known as “Bakshi Jagabandhu or “Paika Bakshi” was the authority (Bakshi) of the powers of the ruler of Khordha. He is one of the soonest political dissidents of India. The incomparable Paika resistance in 1817 was under his leadership.
Chittaranjan Das (C. R. Das) prevalently called Deshbandhu (Friend of the Nation), (5 November 1870 – 16 June 1925), was a main Bengali Nationalist government official, an unmistakable legal counselor, an extremist of the Indian National Movement and author pioneer of the Swaraj (Independence) Party in Bengal during British occupation in India. He was likewise a writer and writer.
Bipin Chandra Pal was an Indian patriot, essayist, speaker, social reformer, and Indian autonomy development extremist. He was 33% of the Lal Bal Pal triumvirate. He was one of the primary draftsmen of Swadeshi development. He remained against the parcel of Bengal by the frontier British government.
Ram Prasad Bismil
Smash Prasad Bismil was an Indian progressive who took an interest in Mainpuri connivance of 1918, and the Kakori intrigue of 1925, and battled against British government. Just as being a political dissident, he was a devoted writer and wrote in Hindi and Urdu utilizing the nom de plumes Ram, Agyat and Bismil. However, he got famous with the last name “Bismil” as it were. He was related to Arya Samaj where he got motivation from Satyarth Prakash, a book composed by Swami Dayanand Saraswati. He additionally had a secret association with Lala Har Dayal through his master Swami Somdev, a minister of Arya Samaj.
Baji Rout is the youngest Indian martyr, having been killed at the age of twelve. He was born on 5 October 1926. Rout, who was a boat boy, was shot by British police when he refused to ferry them across the Brahmani River on the night of 11 October 1938 at Nilakanthapur Ghat, Bhuban, Dhenkanal district.
As an active member of the Banar Sena of Prajamandal (Party of People), he had volunteered to keep watch by the river at night. The British Police force ordered him to cross the river by his boat which he denied. The police force then fired upon Baji Rout along with Laxman Mallik and Fagu Sahoo.
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