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TV ShowsIndependence Day Special: Celebs talk about freedom in India

Independence Day Special: Celebs talk about freedom in India

India will be celebrating its 74th year of Independence this year, but even after seven decades are, we independent, or are we free? Celebs feel even though our country is independent, we individuals are not because of our mindsets. Celebs talk about freedom in India. Read on to know more: 

Celebs talk about freedom in India

Independence Day Special: Celebs talk about freedom in India

Vijayendra Kumeria 

We will be celebrating 74 years of Independence, but we still need a lot of development, like a good health care system, less poverty, rural economy, sanitation, etc.  need a lot of attention. Freedom of speech doesn’t mean that you are free to talk dumb. 

Vikas Sethi:  

Even after seven decades, we are not as independent as we should be. Freedom of speech is restricted due to media and political pressures.  

Ashna Kishore:  

I feel we are really independent after seven decades; we have really come a long way and apart from freedom of speech, we have several fundamental rights that let us live an essential lifestyle that we are living presently. 

Dhruvee Haldankar 

The fact that a female, a working woman, and that too a single working woman, living away from her city of birth is answering this shows that we have become independent and free in many ways. I am pursuing a career of my dreams, I do not need a husband’s surname to get a house on rent, and I am asked for my opinion presents a modern society. But at the same time, many sections of our country are still in dark times.  

Jhanvi Sethi:  

As a co-founder of the MyZindagi Foundation, I still feel we have a long way to go in terms of being independent even after seven decades. 

Aarvika Gupta:  

I feel that we must not only celebrate our freedom but also understand the real meaning of freedom. 15 August feels like a festival and showing respect just for one day to our country is not enough.   

Urvashi Upadhyay Sharle 

15th August 2020 is our 74th Independence Day and from then to now many things have changed but I believe that most basic like the education system has not changed. In foreign countries, their government gives the best education, but here people believe that government school and government teachers are not perfect.  

Shilpa Raizada:  

We will be celebrating the 74th year of Independence, but we are not independent at all. Our mindset needs to change, especially towards girls. People say that there is no difference between a daughter and a daughter-in-law, but they are never treated equally. 

Amal Sehrawat 

We have come a long way in this past 74 years, but there is so much to do still. Poverty, education, women’s safety, are not the only issues that need attention.  

Jasmin Bhasin:  

Yes, I feel we are free and independent after these 74 years, but our country needs improvement in a lot of areas. Especially in the medical field. Look at the COVID cases, there are no beds in hospitals, people are dying on the street.  

Sharad Malhotra:  

We will be completing 74 years of Independence, a lot has changed in the country in the past seven decades, but a lot of areas need improvement too.  

Mohit Malhotra:  

Happy Independence Day to everyone. After seven decades, India has certainly improved as a nation, but people have not.  

Rishina Kandhari:  

After seven decades, I feel we are independent. As far as improvement is concerned, it’s an unending process. There are so many national, regional, and communal issues that need attention. 

Kettan Singh:  

We are very independent compared to other global countries where you have restrictions on many things. 

Khushbhoo Kamal:  

We have got freedom for almost 74 years, but still in our country girls are not safe.  

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