The Forgotten Army – Azaadi ke Liye, depends on the genuine story of Indian troopers who walked towards the capital, with the battle cry ‘Challo Dilli’, to acquire Indian autonomy from pilgrim rule. The Indian National Army (INA), which was conceived out of Indian officers who abandoned the Empire of Japan during WWII, was driven by Subhash Chandra Bose and had the primary ladies’ infantry regiment since the Russian units of 1917–1918. While these warriors (comprising of the two people) battled despite everything to acquire India its autonomy, their battle and story by one way or another got lost and they turned into ‘the failed to remember armed force. With the romantic tale between two warriors – Sodhi and Maya at its core, the arrangement brings up a few issues about character, autonomy and the possibility of the country, and the expense of opportunity. Opportunity, which we frequently underestimate however the opportunity that costs incalculable lives and forfeits. Battling to keep opportunity alive is frequently more troublesome than battling to acquire an opportunity.
Stars: Rajvir Chauhan, Sunny Kaushal, Sharvari Wagh