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Independence Day: Celebs Share What Independence Means To Them


Latest Bollywood News | Ahead of Independence Day On August 15, celebrities discussed what it meant to be self-sufficient.

Independence Day: Celebs Share What Independence Means To Them

Actor Hasan Zaidi:

Independence should ideally entail free expression, free speech, and the right to practice one’s faith freely, not just in the framework of the nation. The ability to meet, express oneself and be all-inclusive with one another. That, to me, is self-sufficiency. I’ve always believed in nonviolence because I feel that violence is a very bad and worthless emotion or practice from which nothing positive can ever emerge, which is why Mahatma Gandhi is my favorite liberation warrior. My favorite patriotic song is Saare Jahan se acha Hindustan humara.

Actor Sharad Malhotra:

Doing what you love and loving what you do are two ways to celebrate Independence Day. I believe in conducting my life according to my own rules. Maharana Pratap is my favorite liberation fighter. I also had the opportunity to perform his part in a television show. He was a true fighter. He never ceases to inspire me. The song ring de Basanti Chola is one of my favorites. Patriotism has a way of affecting people’s hearts. The pandemic has increased our appreciation for life. In our respective structures, we should all commemorate Independence Day.

Actor Himanshu Malhotra:

Following your heart and standing up for what is right is what it means to be independent. Shershah, my film, recently came out. It’s a dream come true for me to be a part of such a picture. We must all cherish our autonomy. Lata Mangeshkar’s Ae Mere Vatan ke logo is my favorite patriotic song. Subhash Chandra Bose is my favorite liberation warrior. He was a man of values who led by example, and his tale captivated me as a youngster.

Actor Harjinder Singh:

Freedom, in my opinion, is being honest and not afraid of judgemental eyes, as well as societal acceptance of who you are regardless of race, color, or caste. Even after seven decades of independence, I believe we are still enslaved by social acceptability and worry. Accepting your actual self gives you great freedom. Bhagat Singh is my favorite freedom warrior because he fought at such a young age and gave his life for the country. He was a brave and daring fighter. “Maa Tujhe Salaam” is my favorite song since it is so touching.

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Actor Zohaeb Farooqui:

This is a significant day for me. For us, it is both an emotional and a proud day. Today, whatever freedom we have is due of this exact day. Because it was on this day that India declared independence and became a free and independent country. History teaches us that many people contributed to the events of today. It will be unfair to choose one. As a result, I respect and salute all those who made this day possible for us from the bottom of my heart.

Chat show host Mahreen Khan:

Independence is being able to live your life your own, where you can breathe and think freely and do whatever you choose. It doesn’t matter if you’re a boy or a girl; it matters to everyone. Subhas Chandra Bose is my favorite liberation warrior.


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