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An open letter to visitors

Dear friends,

The movie - The Legend of Bhagat Singh, has moved me a lot. The story of the great Indian freedom fighter had made me think for a while. I felt like putting my thoughts before friends like you, my fellow Indians.

Its our ill-fate that, we are living in such an independent India where the education system doesn't give us a chance to know the life history about great martyrs who fought for the Independence of this nation and sacrificed their lives for the same cause, except through such boldly presented movies.

Since childhood we are injected with the feelings that freedom struggle means Congress and freedom fighters means Congress leaders. We respect those leaders. But, Is there no scope for the sacrifices made by leaders like Sardar Bhagat Singh, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Raj Guru, Sukh Dev and many more other leaders? Is it a crime not to be associated with Congress? What's the reason behind this? The party, which ruled independent India for about 50 years, has to answer this. Otherwise the future will never forgive them.

Bhagath Singh at a tender age of 23 along with Raj Guru (22), Sukh Dev (22) sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the nation. The patriotism and sacrifice of the leaders like Bhagath Singh; Netaji is inspirational to the Indian youth. But, how does one salute the sacrifice of these great leaders? Is it not by implementing their thoughts and making their dream about India in to a reality? Bhagath Singh wanted a socialist India, where every one has the same right, where there are no communal tensions, where brotherhood among all the Indians exists.

It's the duty of all of us to make this a reality. But we are busy with caste and religion fights and don't have time to think about the nation. Lets come out of these meaningless thoughts and build an ideal India.

After watching the movie, I could not resist praising the skills of the director Raj Kumar Santhoshi, who with his great directorial talent brought the life of a great son of Mother India, a true legend Bhagat Singh, alive before us. I extend my thanks to all those actors who lived in their roles of Chandra Shekhar Azad, SukhDev, Raj Guru and Netaji, in this great visual presentation of our freedom struggle. The effort that was put in to gathering the life incidents of Shaheed Bhagath Singh and our freedom struggle are praise worthy.

As an admirer of Telugu movies, I would like to request all the Telugu moviemakers who are very much interested with cast and factional movies bearing an attitude of suppressing a section and biased towards a region, to come out of their selfish thoughts and to take an inspiration from films like Bhagath Singh and respect the great leaders and their thoughts of Socialist India.

Finally, I end my thoughts by saluting the sacrifices made by these great freedom fighters, who according me are the real Bharat Ratna's.

Jai Hind


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