Cinema loving Countries Pakistan and India always celebrate Independence Day equally. These two countries are enjoying 70th Independence Day today, remains the collective denominator that ties two culturally similar nations into an unshakeable bond.
It is not about hoopla whoopla and war, cinemas of both sides of border play vital role to bring them close to each other. Cinemas are like bridge that’s unites the mind of nations not only on cultural basis but also emotionally, that are universal thread that link all the humanity one way or another, perhaps people find a sense of delight in escapism.
Pakistan-India wakeup to start their new decade of Independence, we mark some magnificent movies that shown hand of friendship across borders.
Bajraangi Bhaijaan (2015)
Directed By: Kabir Khan
Who work without any politics? That’s the reason story of the film-touched hearts of every one.
A story of a young Pakistani Girl, diagnosed with speech impediment, lefts behind in India. She finds herself alone in new land, a person “Bajraangi Bhaijaan” played by Salman khan gives shelter to that young girl named as “Munni” and thinks of a plan to send her back to her homeland. On the way he finds a good friend “Nawazuddin Saddiqui” who played a reporter in this movie, helps them to complete the destiny.
Veer Zaara (2004)
Directed By: Yash Raj Chopra
A simple love story dephasing on love has no boundaries.
“Shahrukh Khan” as “Veer”, an Indian Air Force Pilot who rescues Pakistani beauty “Priety Zinta” as “Zaara” in movie. Story revolves around them as they fall in love along the way. However political power is shown as a shadow that separates their relationship as Zaara goes back to India to serve in Veer’s Village and Veer finds himself falsely accused and imprisoned for decades until Pakistani young lawyer “Rani Mukharjee” reveals the truth.
This Bollywood story of love shows that those who are meant for each other can never be separated beside of countries, religion and politics.
There are a number of movies like:
Happy Bhag jayegi (2016),
Ramchand Pakaistani (2008),
Carries only one message that humanity and love is distant from all the boundaries of border. All the directors, producers and actors/actresses encourage the love between countries and still working on it.