Synopsis Of The Film 'Rang De Basanti'

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The film “Rang de Basanti” depict today’s generation holding its own problem trying to find a purpose in life. It shows that today the people are free but somewhere deep it is still the same British India. The film is about six college student who love to have fun very much but gradually they get themselves into the history of India’s freedom against British rule which let them transform to the person who will sacrifice for its country. The film starts with the voice of Karan where he encouragingly says that ‘the beginning has to be made somewhere’ against the British imperialism. Different political parties and certain societies see the western culture to be threatening and dangerous which needs to be cleared out. The vast difference that…show more content…
The film is somewhat based on Bhagat Singh’s history where he always rely on the masses that could bring the transformation in the society; which should be the youths desire to go against all odds in mass with armed struggle to get popularity and success. The film is also filled with inspirations, social, political and moral that compel us to think about it. Just like Karan addresses, “No country is perfect, we have to make it perfect…..we will join the police force and become IAS and take it to the right course” which is indeed a thought provoking sentence. The film seems to have answers the youths are seeking for in this dark from the policies of the corrupted authorities which in comparison is same as that of British India. The British High Class people at the time before freedom and the Brown sahibs of today’s free India are same for their works are selfish; as shown by the film. The historical events shown in the film are used as a metaphor to highlight upon the struggling revolutionists against British. The cultural differences are also shown where the Britishers like to have Non-vegetable Items for their meal whereas, on the other hand Indians do not like to have non-vegetable items and various cultural differences resulting to
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