Web shows which will stir up the patriot in you
On Independence Day, watch these four web shows and feel proud to be a part of this country
Independence Day, that time of the year when we honour the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters, who fought till their last breath, to make the country free.
With a bouquet of web-series available on various platforms, here is a list of some critically acclaimed web-shows handpicked for you, which can be watched with your family to stir up the patriot in you.
Directed by Nagesh Kukunoor and Vinay Waikul, ALTBalaji's 'Test Case' is a story of Captain Shikha Sharma played by Nimrat Kaur.
The series revolves around the first woman in a combat role in the army who's only aim is to serve the nation by being part of this male-dominated field. Apart from Nimrat, the show starred the formidable cast of Juhi Chawla, Akshay Oberoi, Manit Joura, Atul Kulkarni, Rahul Dev, Anup Soni among others.
Modi - Journey of a Common Man
The web series, 'Modi-Journey of a Common Man' is a 10-episode series available on Eros Now. The intriguing show portrays the journey of the talismanic PM Modi right from his childhood days to his political career that include his years as Chief Minister of Gujarat and then go on to become the Prime Minister.
City of Dreams
HOTSTAR's 'City of Dreams' is the story of the feud within the Gaikwad family, which erupts after an assassination attempt on a polarising political figure.
Blurring the lines between moral and immoral, in a struggle for power forms the core of this transfixing narrative.
A historic period drama by ALTBalaji stars the talented actor Rajkummar Rao as Subhash Chandra Bose, which depicts the story of the biggest cover-up of the death of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. On 18 August 1945, Subhash Chandra Bose is presumed to be dead after a plane crash in Japanese-occupied Formosa (now Taiwan). The series explores the speculation about Bose's death and revolves around characters and situations that hint at his possible return.
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