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Indian Independence Day 2021 Best Patriotic Songs and Dialogues: Indian Independence Day is just around the corner, and it’s time to celebrate the spirit of Independence with pride and gratitude. With Indian players remarkable performance in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics 2020, the feeling of patriotism is running high.  

Celebrate freedom with the Independence songs that ignite the fire of patriotism and bring us all together. Check out some of the best songs and dialogues for India Independence Day that guarantee goosebumps.  

1. URI   

Based on the true events, this movie revolves around the surgical strike by the Indian army under Major Vihaan Singh Shergill executing a covert operation to avenge the killing of fellow army men. The film has some intense and emotional dialogues that reflect the grit and determination of the new India.  

Uri Movie Best Dialogues

Written and directed by Aditya Dhar, Uri has powerful dialogues like – “Yeh Hindustan ab chup nahi baithega…Yeh Ghar mein ghoosega bhi aur Maarega bhi”, and “How’s the josh?” “High Sir!”. These are two dialogues from this movie, that are popular among the audiences. You can read and share these Independence Day best Dialogues to get motivation.

Pumping your adrenaline and taking you on a journey of our brave soldiers, ‘Main Lad Jaan Challa’ takes you on an emotional rollercoaster. 

Main lad Jaana main lad Jaana 

Hai lahoo mein ek chingari 

Zidd se junoon tak hai jaana 

Har qatra bol rahaa 

Watch Uri on Zee5 available in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.  

2. Raazi  

Raazi is a story of a young undercover RAW agent who sacrifices everything for the nation. Alia Bhatt effortlessly played Sehmat Khan, a spy who is loyal towards her motherland. 

Raazi Movie

The whole film is summarized in the dialogue – Watan ke aage kuch nahi … khud bhi nahi. 

Penned by Gulzar, composed by Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy, both the versions of ‘Ae Watan’ will warm your heart. Arijit Singh and Sunidhi Chauhan soulfully rendered male and female versions of this beautiful song, respectively on this Independence Day.  

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Ae watan, watan mere, aabaad rahe tu 

Main jahan rahun, jahaan me yaad rahe tu 

Tu hi meri manzil, pehchan tujhi se 

Pahunchu main jahaan bhi Meri buniyad rahe tu 

Ae watan mere watan 

Watch the complete film on Amazon Prime this Independence Day. 

3. Holiday 

Next on the list is from the film Holiday – A Soldier is Never Off Duty. Featuring Akshay Kumar, Sonakshi Sinha and directed by AR Murugadoss, this dialogue mirrors the life of our brave soldiers fighting on the border.  

Holiday 

“Tum log parivaar ke saath yahan chain se jeeo, is liye hum log roz border par marte hai” is one of the best dialogues from this movie, that increases the respect of the Indian soldiers in our eyes. You can also read and share these Independence Day best Dialogues to aware people that, What our Soldiers do for us?

Sung by Arijit Singh, O Yun Na Lamha Lamha which is a farewell song of soldiers to their families will leave you in tears. 

O yun na lamha lamha meri yaad mein 

Hoke tanha tanha mere baad mein 

Naina ashq na ho 

Maana kal se honge hum door 

Naina ashq na ho 

Naina ashq na ho… 

The holiday is available on Zee5 and is a must-watch! 

4. Mulk 

Directed by Anubhav Sinha, Mulk is a critically acclaimed film that tongs at poisoned mindsets and violence perpetrated around us.  

Indian Independence Day dialogues

Mulk focuses on inclusive India and this famous dialogue ’Woh’ aur ‘hum’ Mulk ko Nahin banate. ‘Hum’ Mulk ko banate hain’’ sums up the entire film. 

This song illustrates the beauty of the land and unites the nation. 

Mujhe mera pata de khudara 

Koyi rasta bata de khudara 

Aaya kahan se Itna zehar Lahu mein 

Ganga ka paani behta the mere vazu mein 

Jo dikhta hai woh mera wajood Nahi 

Aaj main apne aap mein Kyun major Nahi 

Mulk is available on Zee5. 

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5. Parmanu 

John Abraham and Diana Penty starrer ‘Paramanu’ is based on the true story of India’s 1998 Pokhran nuclear test.  

 Parmanu movie dialogues for Independence Day

Directed by Abhishek Sharma, the movie is received well by critics and audiences alike. One of the famous dialogues from the film ‘Ab Hum Dar Ke Shaant Nahe Baithain Gay…Kar Ke Shaant Baithain Gay’ is the best phrase to express your emotions on this Independence Day. 

This beautiful song instils patriotism every single time you hear it. 

Sabse Pehle sabse barhke 

dil mein mere hai ye mera vatan 

aasmaan Bhi haar jaaye 

Karle koi jatan 

mainu lageya lageya 

mainu lageya kasumbi rang 

Watch Paramanu: The Story of Pokhran is now available on Zee5. 

6. Khadgam 

It’s been 19 years since the film got released, but the emotion Khadgam has is still fresh. This popular Telugu film revolves around three men who are victims of terrorism and how they unite together. 

Amjad played by Prakash Raj is a Muslim in old city and this dialogue touches our heartstrings. 

మేము కూడా మీలాగే ఇక్కడే పుట్టాం. మేము కూడా మీ లాగే ఇక్కడే పెరిగాం. మేము కూడా మీ లాగే ఈ మట్టి లోనే కలిసిపోతాం. 

This superhit song mirrors the daily routine of every average Indian.  

సత్యం పలికే హరిశ్చంద్రులం.. 

అవసరానికో అబద్ధం.. 

నిత్యం నమాజు పూజలు చేస్తాం.. 

రోజు తన్నుకు చస్తాం.. 

నమ్మితే ప్రాణాలైనా ఇస్తాం 

Khadgam is available in Odiya as Hindustani 2002 and is available on Zee5. 

6. Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India 2018  

For the first time, Allu Arjun played the role of a soldier with anger management issues and looks convincing in this film. Released in 2018, Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India is directed by Vakkantham Vamshi. 

The movie has some hard-hitting punch dialogues like – Nuvvu India lo vuntey Indianvi avipov, nelo India vuntey avutav. Nelo India vunda? 

The sound track of the film is composed by Vishal-Shekar. 

Sarihaddhunna nuvvu lekunte Ye 

kannu paapa kanti ninduga 

Nidharapodhuraa nidharapodhura 

Niluvethuna nippu kanchevai 

Nuvvuntene jaathi baavuta 

Eguruthundhiraa paikeguruthundhira Ille India dhille 

India ne thalle India Thana 

Watch Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India on Zee5 available in Telugu and Tamil. 

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7. Commando 3  

Commando Karan and encounter specialist Bhavana Reddy sets out to London on a mission to stop a terrorist attack.  

Desh ki seva karne mein joh maze hai na woh kisi aur mein nahi hai - Independence Day best Dialogues

Desh ki seva karne mein joh maze hai na, woh kisi aur mein nahi hai – life of a commando in a single line. 

Leke haatho mein jalti mashaal 

Aag bharta jale 

Kadmo ki dhool se bawandar bana ke 

Aage badhta chale 

Watch Vidyut Jammwal as Commando Karan in Commando 3 available on Zee5. 

8. Kranti   

Released in 1981, Kranti is a story of India’s freedom struggle. Produced and directed by Manoj Kumar, the film has a stellar cast of Dilip Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Shashi Kapoor, Hema Malini, Shatrughan Sinha, Parveen Babi, Prem Chopra and others.  

kranti movie dialgoues

With dialogues like – ‘Apni laashon se hum tarikh ko aabad rakhe, woh ladai ho ki angrez jisse yaad rakhe’ made this film a historic blockbuster. And the dialogue is also one of the Best patriotic dialogues foe Independence Day.

This beautiful song about revolution evokes a sense of patriotism, and your eyes get moisture no matter how many times you listen to it. 

Kranti Kranti (II) Kranti [1981]

Desh ki khatir kaam aayenge 

Desh ki khatir kaam aayenge, 

God mein jiski so jaayenge 

God mein jiski so jaayenge 

Dilwaale dilwaale dilwaale tera aramaan kya hai 

Aramaan kya hai tera imaan kya hai 

Watch Kranti on Zee5 and relive the moments of freedom struggle.  

It’s time to remember our freedom fighters for their selfless sacrifice to free India from the clutches of the British. Watch these movies on OTT platforms or watch movies Live on TV to salute and pay tribute to those who fought for our freedom.  

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