As you celebrate India’s 72nd Republic Day, here are some movies and shows you can watch!

Many Indian Directors and Production houses have made films on the Indian Armed forces. And those films have received a lot of love from the audience. Such films always create a feeling of pride in us. It is a tribute to the Indian soldiers who have sacrificed so much for the safety of our lives.

The films based on armed forces not only consists of action but also have an emotional appeal to it. And what also makes the film more special is the fact that the films also focus on the family lives of the Soldiers. The films not only shows us how our Indian soldiers sacrifice their lives for the safety of our nation but also makes us aware about the sacrifices of the wives and children for our nation.

Films like Border, ab tumhare hawale watan sathiyo, L.O.C Kargil and Uri have definitely found a special place in our hearts and minds. Such films have been in the making for many years and are still being developed in the future. And there can be no better day to remind us of their selfless service and sacrifices than 26th January. Let us all celebrate our Indian Republic day by revisiting some of the best films and series on Indian armed forces.

Check out the best Indian films and series on Indian armed forces now:

NETFLIX

Gunjan Saxena

Uri: The Surgical Strike

Paltan

Holiday

Rustom

Border

Lakshya

AMAZON PRIME

Kesari

The forgotten Army – Azaadi ke liye

Parmanu

Prahaar- The final attack

LOC: Kargil

 NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE: THE FORGOTTEN HERO

Mission Frontline

SONY LIV

Jeet ki Zid

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