4 Films You Must Watch To Evoke Patriotism On Anti-Terrorism Day Today

Sneha Bale

May 21, 2019


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1. Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India

One of the most concerning issues in today’s time and age has to be international terrorism. While most of the world has been trying to blur the boundaries for better relationships, there are people who misuse this access to take innocent lives for granted. We can all hope for a better future and one of the most prominent sources of our hope lies in films. We bring you four films with a hint of patriotism that will give you the hope of a better tomorrow.

Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India, starring Allu Arjun, is the perfect dose of patriotism. The film is the story of a soldier with anger management issues. The Allu Arjun-starrer is what people need today — not tragedy but the courage to make a change.

2. Prathinidhi

The 2014 hit film Prathinidhi, starring Nara Rohit, will make you sit back and question things around you. Prathinidhi is the story of a common man rising to take back what is rightfully his. When things don’t go the right away, you go the wrong way and get hold of what’s yours. In Prathinidhi,  watch one man correct the crimes of hundreds and deliver his country back to the glorious state that she belongs in.

3. Spyder

Sometimes it takes one incident to wake you up with a jolt. Sometimes it takes one film to awaken the inner patriot in you. And that one film is Mahesh Babu‘s 2017 film Spyder. It is a story that all of us living in the digital era will connect to. We often boast about the advances of technologies and in this film, Mahesh Babu proves that achieving greater good is just a matter of one software development. He creates a system that tracks people in need of help and deploys police accordingly. Small acts of patriotism, isn’t it?

4. Eenadu

Two great names in the history of Telugu cinema, Venkatesh and Kamal Haasan, came together for the decade-old film Eenadu. It is about a common man who tries to bring justice to those who were denied it by the law and the system. People tend not to address issues until they have been a victim of it. Eenadu is a hope that maybe talking about issues will bring about a difference to the system. Living in a democracy, Eenadu makes us believe that it is our right to question authorities while standing dutiful when necessary.

Head to ZEE5 and watch more such films now.

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