Independence Day Special! Divyanka, Vivian, Jasmin & others pick their favourite patriotic dialogue from Bollywood movies!

Updated on Aug 15, 2016 11:45 AM IST  |  1.5M
   
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As they say, you can take an Indian out of India but can never take India out of Indian. August 15 holds a very special and emotional place in the hearts of every Indian. The day is synonymous not just with freedom but also to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives to free India from the clutches of the British Raj.

The patriotic songs, traditional attires with a flag pinned up on it, watching the parades happening at Raj Ghat, suddenly evoke a feeling of patriotism within every Indian! On account of the 70th Independence day today, here are our Telly stars revealing their favourite dialogue from our Bollywood movies.

Divyanka Tripathi : Mujhe states ke naam na sunai dete hai na dikhai dete hai … sirf ek mulk ka naam sunai deta hai India - Chak De! India. The film preached for a united, secular India and had a deep human message too.

Vivian Dsena : Door se commentary dena bahut aasaan hota hai. Doosron ko gaali dena aur bhi aasaan. Agar tumhein itni problem hai to tum badlo na desh… Lekin tum nahin karoge. Main bataun kyun? Kyunki ghar ki safaai mein haath gande kyun karein? - Rang De Basanti. R.Mahadevan spoke the dialogue with intense emotion, a sincere feeling of patriotism. 

Vahbbiz Dorabajee : Aao jhuk kar salaam kare unhe jinke hisse mein yeh mukaam aata hai ... kis kadhar khush naseeb hai woh log ... khoon jinka watan ke kaam aata hai- Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo.  The dialogue the value of people who sacrifice their life o the border for the nation.

Shashank Vyas : Hindustan zindabad tha zindabad hai or zindabad rahega - Gadar. The word Hindustan evokes a deep rooted feeling of uninhibited love for India.

Mohammad Nazim : Main nahin maanta ki hamara desh duniya ka sabse mahaan desh hai. Lekin yeh zaroor maanta hoon ki hummein kabiliyat hai, taakat hai, is desh ko mahaan banane ki…- Swades. Shah Rukh Khan's message reflected the ground reality of India and us - Indians. 

Jasmin Bhasin : Hum toh kisi doosre ki dharti par nazar bhi nahi dalte ... lekin itne nalayak bachche bhi nahi hai ... ki koi hamari dharti maa par nazar daale aur hum chup chap dekhte rahe- Border. The dialogue was hard hitting and reminds of our Indian soldiers effort and dedication.

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