Anti-Terrorism Day: Celebrities urges humankind to stay away from all forms of violence
The word terrorism creates fear, brings back horrors of loss of innocent lives, families falling apart. Be it the 26/11 Mumbai Attacks, bloodshed in Kashmir or India-Pakistan border tensions, every single such incident has been a blow to humanity. Tomorrow
May 21 is observed as Anti-Terrorism Day in India. The idea is to inspire everyone to stay away from violence in every form, all sorts of anti-national activities and not get involved in something as dark as terrorisim. Celebrities too would also be observing the day. They talk about its significance and also mention these films/series on terrorism that they feel everyone should watch to understand the situation and what needs to be done.
Anuj SachdevaFor me, terrorism means instilling fear, be it at the border or within the country. I believe we don’t even understand if a film based on terrorism is creating fear within people or focussed to create their own profits and move on to another project. So I would not like to name any film. I would be happy to see someone making a film based on the facts and having given the entire profit to that community/shelter for the betterment of the society and not just talking about it in the movies altering reality due to some pressure, and filling their own pockets.
Ayush AnandHonestly, most films on terrorism are made from the perspectives of terrorists where they try to justify their acts, which I find a little weird. So I would prefer any Rohit Shetty action film where terrorists are bashed left, right and centre like Zameen and most recently Sooryavanshi. I liked special Ops season one as well.
Samyukkta SinghTo be honest, no film on terrorist is a favourite. All such films are extremely disturbing, and sad to see so much hatred and torture in people’s minds. I, like millions of others, wish terrorism would be eradicated for good. We all in Mumbai went through 26/11. It was the most horrific experience ever to watch the news non-stop and just feel helpless and all we could do was pray for those who were still alive. The terror they must have gone through still gives me shudders. I watched Kashmir files recently and would like to know why we weren’t taught all this in our school? Why only about the moguls and all. I always pray for world peace.
Nyrraa M BanerjiNeerja, The Kashmir files, A Wednesday are some of the films that we all must watch. Revolution is the key. These films are revolutionary and depict the true issues people face and how these affect many lives. We must understand that no act of terror has done anything good ever.
Amal SehrawatTerrorism is an evil part of society. I pray people never get into being a terrorist. Be Human, be sensitive and have some empathy towards all the living creatures around you. Films and series on terrorism that I feel we must watch are Special Ops 2.0, and I strongly believe it’s one of the finest series made by India where the issue of terrorism has been addressed properly. They have tapped the mindset of a terrorist and also attempted at a solution. Israeli series that I liked watching is Fauda because of the story and the realistic treatment of the topic. The performances here are also notable. I just pray to God that nobody ever gets brainwashed into doing something wrong.
Nasirr KhanDil Se is the film I would recommend because it encapsulated everything that cinema is about – love, locales, cinematography, music, story, direction. And, of course, unforgettable performances by actors Manisha Koirala and Shah Rukh Khan in the film made things all the more realistic.
Saanand VermaA Wednesday by Neeraj Pandey, starring Anupam Kher and Naseeruddin Shah, would be the film. It is a mind-blowing production, and the screenplay is wonderful gtoo. Naseeruddin Shah’s performance is amazing and so is Anupam Kher’s. This was Neeraj Pandey’s directorial debut that got stuck before it could see the light of the day. After a lot of problems and troubles this movie finally released and was a great success. The film is as real as it can get and makes us understand a lot of things.
Ashoka ThackurTerrorism creates fear in the mind, but that fear is only for some time. That fear disappears after some time. I think everyone should watch Uri: The Surgical Strike. Many real facts have been shared in this film. Music, direction, casting everything was perfect in it. Vicky Kaushal was the perfect actor for Uri. Everything was so balanced. It teaches a lot of things.