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Independence Day: 7 Songs that Awakens Your Patriotic Side

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We celebrate Independence Day with great pomp throughout India on 15th August every year. India became independent on 15th August 1947. And, this will be our 73rd Independence day.

Everybody celebrates this day in their own way. Bollywood has also introduced many patriotic films to explain the meaning of this freedom. There are many such songs on freedom and patriotism. And, these songs awaken the feeling of patriotism when you listen to them.

So let us introduce you to Bollywood songs that you can sing on Independence Day.

Ae Watan: Raazi

This song from Raazi is sung by Sunidhi Chauhan and the writer of this song is Gulzar. This song tells us the meaning of country and independence. We see Alia Bhatt singing this song in this song.

Ma Tujhe Salam: AR Rehman

This song by AR Rehman awakens the spirit of patriotism in you.

Rang De Basanti: Rang De Basanti

The title song of the film ‘Rang De Basanti (2006)’ makes everyone happy by listening to the song ‘Rang De Basanti’. The song was sung by Daler Mehndi.

Chak De India Title Track: Chak De India

This is the title of Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Chak De India’. This song was a major hit and it became the anthem to cheer India in every sport.

Teri Mitti: Kesari

Hearing the song ‘Teri Mitti’ from Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Kesari’, a different passion arouses. In this song, they tell the feeling of a soldier about how he leaves everything for the country.

Hai Preet Jaha Ki Reet Sada: Purab Aur Paschim

One of the sweetest songs that celebrate patriotism as much as it cherishes the diversity of culture inherent in our country. Featured on Manoj Kumar, the song Purab Aur Pashcim (1970) talks of historic achievements of India and it begins with the discovery of zero.

Meri Desh Ki Dharti: Upkar

You can’t beat the classics! One of the oldest patriotic songs that talks of the greatness of our agriculture-dominated economy. The song featured in Manoj Kumar’s famous film, Upkar (1967).

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