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The Legend of Bhagat Singh


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Genre : Biography | Drama | History
language : Hindi Movie Hindi
Printed Format : Colour
Release Year : 2002
Release Info : 7 June 2002
Aspect Ratios : 2.35:1
The Legend of Bhagat Singh
Hindi Movie  2002
 
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About The Legend of Bhagat Singh

The Legend of Bhagat Singh is a 2003 Hindi historic biographical film about Bhagat Singh, a freedom fighter who fought for Indian independence. It was directed by Rajkumar Santoshi and starred Ajay Devgan, Sushant Singh, and Ian Davies. The film was released on 7 June 2002, and went on to win two National Film Awards, including the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi, and three Filmfare Awards, including the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie.

The film shows in detail how Singh came to develop his views on the British Raj and his struggle for Indian independence. The film begins with scenes depicting how the British attempted to dispose of the body of Singh, so that he could not be made into a martyr, and then flashbacks to the past to tell his story. A historical feel in the film was created by using a sepia tint throughout the entire film. Bhagat Singh was born in British India during the year 1907. As a child he witnessed numerous atrocities committed on fellow Indians by their British rulers, who came to trade under the guise of the East India Company, but ended up controlling most of the nation, and permitting tyrants such as General Reginald Dyer to massacre thousands of innocent men, women and children in Jallianwala Bagh. As a child he was impressed by Mohandas K. Gandhi, especially his call to launch the non-cooperation movement, which led to thousands of people burning British-made clothing, giving up schools, & college studies, and government jobs – only to be let down by Gandhi himself when he called off the movement. Undaunted, Bhagat Singh (Ajay Devgan) decided to be a revolutionary, starting with getting into petty fights, then as a grown-up joining the Hindustan Republic Association. His father, Kishan, paid Rs.60,000/- and bailed him out, so that he could get him to run a dairy-farm and get married to a girl named Manavali.
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Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan
Bhagat K. Singh

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Raj Babbar
Raj Babbar
Kishan Singh

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Viju Khote
Viju Khote
Sp. Appearance

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Farida Jalal
Farida Jalal
Vidyavati K. Singh

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Mukesh Tiwari
Mukesh Tiwari
Jailor (as Mukesh Tewari)

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Amrita Rao
Amrita Rao
Mannewali

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Saurabh Dubey
Saurabh Dubey
Jawaharlal M. Nehru

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Lalit Tiwari
Lalit Tiwari
Prof. Vidyalankar (as Lalit Tewari)

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Richard
Richard
British General Dyer

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Akhilendra Mishra
Akhilendra Mishra
Chandrashekhar Azad

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Kapil Sharma
Kapil Sharma
Shiv Verma

  

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  Sardar Sohi as   Leader in Jallianwala
  Amit Dhawan as   Bhagwati Charan Vora
  Ganesh Yadav as   Ram Prasad Bismil
  Ashok Sharma as   Rajendra Lahiri
  Sunil Grover as   Jaidev Kapur
  Kiran Randhawa as   Police Officer
  Indrani Banerjee as   Durga Bhabhi
  Amitabh Bhattacharjee as   Jatin 'Jatinda' Das
  Ajit Apte as   Jail Doctor
  Padam Singh as   Roshan Singh
  Bikramjeet Singh as   Comrade 1
  Surendra Rajan as   Mohandas Karamchand 'Mahatma' Gandhi
  Bhaswar Chatterjee as   B. K. Dutt
  Renu Pandey as   Girl's Mother
  Shehzad Khan as   Khairu (as Shahzad Khan)
  Tony as   Ashfaqullah Khan
  Deepak Kumar Bandhu as   Ramsaran Das
  Wahid Hashmi as   Informer
  Sanjay Sharma as   Ajoy Ghosh
  Kishor Mahabole as   Pranlal Mehta
  D Santosh as   Shiviram Hari Rajguru
  Narendra Rawal as   Mannmanath Gupta
  Pradeep Bajpai as   Kishorilal
  Hayat Asif as   Justice Asaf Ali
  Shish Khan as   Prem Dutt
  Shamsher Singh as   Arjan Singh
  Sitaram Panchal as   Lala Lajpat Rai
  Harsh Khurana as   Jai Gopal
  Piyush Chakravorthy as   Banwarilal
  Prasanna Ketkar as   Comrade 2 (as Prassana Ketkar)
  Keneth Desai as   Subhash Chandra Bose (as Kenneth Desai)
  Rajesh Tripathi as   Vir Bhadra Tiwari
  Abir Goswami as   Phoindranath
  Aashu Mohil as   Hansraj
  Navin Bhaskar as   Kawalnath Tewari
  Dileep Patwe as   Justice Aga Haider
  Ankush as   Kulbir Singh
  Martin as   Craine
  Siddharth Hussain as   B. K. Sinha
  Oshima Rekhi as   Jai Kaur
  Manu Malik as   Agya Ram
  Pramod Pathak as   Mahour
  Amir Jade as   Kalandar Ali Khan
  Renu Soni as   Baddi Chachi
  Gil Alon as   Irwin
  Shreyas Pandit as   Surindernath Pandey
  Neeraj Shah as   Gaya Prasad (as Niraj Shah)
  Sukhmani Kohli as   Amar Kaur
  Anita as   Choti Chachi
  Rakesh Oon as   Markand
  Will Randall as   Justice Middleton
  Mahesh Raja as   Sachindranath Bakshi
  Vikki as   Mukundilal (as Vikky)
  Mario as   Justice Coldstream
  Praful Chandra as   Kundanlal
  Mark Junior as   Justice Hilton
  Arun Patwardhan as   Madan Mohan Malviya
  Mark Senior as   Justice Tapp
  Karanbir Singh as   Kultar Singh
  Channi Singh as   Chattar Singh
  Nakshdeep Singh as   Young Bhagat Singh
  Shashikant Chawan as   Jallad
  Bernard Jakel as   Carden Noad
  Raja Tomer as   Mahabir Singh
  Majahan Prashant as   Justice Rai Sahib
  Tim as   Scott
  Komal Singh as   Girl's Father
  Romie Jaspal as   Jatindranath Sanyal
  Aditya Verma as   Des Raj
  Egbert Jan Weeber
  Gyandev Singh as   Girl's Brother
  Ryan Jonathan as   Emerson
  Mark as   Fearn
  Conrad as   Saunders
  Girish Badlani as   Yashpal
  Swaroop Kumar as   Motilal Nehru
  Gurinder Makna as   Police Hawaldar (as Gurinder Makhna)
  Vasudevan as   Murari Sharma
  

Cast and Crew

Bhagat K. Singh
Sukhdev
Shiviram Hari Rajguru
Chandrashekhar Azad
Kishan Singh
Vidyavati K. Singh
Mannewali
Jailor (as Mukesh Tewari)
Mohandas Karamchand 'Mahatma' Gandhi
Jawaharlal M. Nehru
Motilal Nehru
Madan Mohan Malviya
Subhash Chandra Bose (as Kenneth Desai)
Lala Lajpat Rai
B. K. Dutt
Bhagwati Charan Vora
Jai Gopal
Shiv Verma
Durga Bhabhi
Jatin 'Jatinda' Das
Prem Dutt
Ajoy Ghosh
Mahabir Singh
Ramsaran Das
Gaya Prasad (as Niraj Shah)
Kishorilal
Des Raj
Jatindranath Sanyal
Jaidev Kapur
Yashpal
B. K. Sinha
Phoindranath
Mahour
Hansraj
Agya Ram
Kawalnath Tewari
Kundanlal
Surindernath Pandey
Markand
Police Officer
Ram Prasad Bismil
 Tony
Ashfaqullah Khan
Roshan Singh
Rajendra Lahiri
Sachindranath Bakshi
 Vikki
Mukundilal (as Vikky)
Banwarilal
Murari Sharma
Mannmanath Gupta
Arjan Singh
Jai Kaur
Amar Kaur
 Ankush
Kulbir Singh
Kultar Singh
Baddi Chachi
 Anita
Choti Chachi
Girl's Mother
Girl's Father
Girl's Brother
Chattar Singh
Young Bhagat Singh
Justice Rai Sahib
Justice Asaf Ali
Leader in Jallianwala
Comrade 1
Comrade 2 (as Prassana Ketkar)
Pranlal Mehta
Jail Doctor
Khairu (as Shahzad Khan)
Police Hawaldar (as Gurinder Makhna)
Vir Bhadra Tiwari
Prof. Vidyalankar (as Lalit Tewari)
Justice Aga Haider
Informer
Jallad
Kalandar Ali Khan
Sp. Appearance
Irwin
Emerson
Justice Hilton
Justice Tapp
Carden Noad
 Martin
Craine
Justice Middleton
 Conrad
Saunders
 Mark
Fearn
 Tim
Scott
British General Dyer
 Mario
Justice Coldstream
 
 
 
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