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Bhagat Singh -whose sacrifice his life

Bhagat Singh (भगत सिंह




The ledgened of Bhagat Singh

सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है
देखना है जोर कितना वाजुए कातिल में है

भारत माता के सच्चे सपूतों का नाम आए और उस पर हमारे वीर युवा दिलों की धडकन शहीद भगत सिंह का नाम न आये यह नामुमकिन है यह पोस्ट उनके जन्म दिन के अवसर पर उनकों सादर समर्पित है

महात्मा गांधी जी के असहयोग आन्दोलन के पूरी तरह से असफल होने के बाद स्वतंत्रता संग्राम युवा पीढ़ी के हाथ में आ गया था बंगाल में अनुशीलन एवं युगांतर समितियों के साथ साथ सबका साथ मिलने लगा था इसी क्रम में अक्टूबर 1924 में कानपुर में एक सम्मेलन वुलाया गया जिसमें राजगुरु सुुखदेव शिव बर्मा आजाद जैसे तरुण नेताओं ने भाग लिया फलस्वरूप 1928 में hindustan republic associations Or army का जन्म हुआ था bangal bihar , up, Punjab, madras जैसे राज्यों में इनकी शाखाओं की स्थापना हुई






समय 17 दिसम्बर 1928  साईमन कमीशन के विरोध करने के वक्त लाहौर के दरोगा ने लाला लाजपत राय की निर्ममता से हत्या कर दी थी उसी का बदला लेने के लिए क्रांतिकारियों ने सांडर्स की हत्या कर दी जिसके बाद पुलिस द्वारा आमजन पर दमन चक्र चलाया गया  लोगों में यह भावना हो गयी कि लीडर तो बचकर निकल जाते हैं और आमजन दमन सहते हैं इसलिए भारत गणतंत्र सेना ने दो स्वयं सेवकों को गिरफ्तारी देने भेजा और भगत सिंह एवं बटुकेश्वर दत्त ने दिल्ली विधानसभा की खाली बैंचो पर बम धमाके के साथ अपनी गिरफ्तारी दी चूंकि विधानसभा में बम धमाके से पीड़ित व्यक्ति कोई नहीं था इसलिए सरकार द्वारा लाहौर कांड थोपकर तथा सुखदेव भगत सिंह एवं राजगुरु को 23 मार्च 1931 को फांसी दे दी गई
शहीद भगत सिंह का जन्म दिन 28 सितम्बर को मनाया जाता है परन्तु इनका जन्म 19 अक्टूबर 1907 को बताया जाता है आपकी माता का नाम विधावती कौर एवं पिता का नाम सरदार किशन सिंह था आप बचपन से ही राष्ट्र भक्ति से कूट कूट कर भरे थे आपका जन्म गाँव बंगा जिला यलपुर वर्तमान में पाकिस्तान में है
आपने जेल के अन्दर से लिखे लेखों में पूजीपतियो की आलोचना की आपकी कृति "मै नास्तिक क्यों हूँ" बहुचर्चित रही है

विश्व युद्ध की समाप्ति पर हार के साथ ही सरकार बैकफुट पर आ चुकी थी यदि उस समय महात्मा गांधी जी ने समझोते में इनको फांसी नहीं दिये जाने की मांग रखी होती तो भारत माता का यह लाल आज हमारे राष्ट्र को नयी दिशा दे गया होता माना जाता है कि उस समय पर आप बहुत लोकप्रिय नेता हो चुकें थे इस कारण राजनीतिको के लिए  आप सभी देशवासियों को राष्ट्र भक्ति का पाठ पढाकर चले
आपका बचपन भी वीरतापूर्ण कहानियों से भरा हुआ था आप शुरुआत से ही स्वतंत्रता के लिए छटपटा रहे थे उसी समय घटित जलियांवाला बाग हत्याकांड ने इस सरकार को उखाड़ फेंकने के संकल्प को चिंगारी देने का काम किया जिस समय अधिकांश लोग अपने जीवन को लेकर ऊहापोह में लगे रहते हैं आपका निर्णय स्पष्ट था और अल्पायु में ही आप सभी को बहुत बडा संदेश देकर चले गए 
अब तुम्हारे हवाले वतन साथियों..........................
यह बीर भगत सिंह की वह चिट्ठी है जिसे भगतसिंह ने फांसी से पूर्व  पंजाब के तत्कालीन गवर्नर को लिखी थी जिसमें भगत सिंह वेवाकी से लिखता है कि इंग्लैंड की सरकार और भारत की सरकार के मध्य युद्ध शुरू हो  चुका है और यह तब तक नहीं रुकेगा जब तक भारत से आपको उखाड़ कर फेकने  का काम नही हो जाता है
बीर भगत सिंह दूसरी बात लिखता है कि मैं कोई माफी वाफी नही मांग रहा क्यौंकि मैं जानता हूँ कि  might is always rights जो कि कोर्ट कार्यवाही के दौरान मैं देख चुका हूँ कुछ चापलूस नेताओं और अफसरों को देशभक्ति सिखाने के लिए मैं चाहता हूँ मुझे गोली मार दी जाए
खैर तुम भी मजबूर हो

शहीदों की चिताओं पर लगेंगे हर वरस मेले
वतन पर मरने वालों का यही नामोनिशां होगा 

वन्दे मातरम् वन्दे मातरम् वन्दे मातरम्

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Reclaiming the legend of Bhagat Singh

The shenanigans of the past week have pitched the martyred triumvirate of Bhagat Singh, Shivaram Rajguru and Sukhdev Thapar opposite Hindu ideologue Veer Savarkar as long gone nominees for the Bharat Ratna, looking to add to the growing track record of posthumous conferments of the country’s highest civilian award.
While these endowments have mostly occurred within a few years of an honouree’s demise, towering personalities like Vallabhbhai Patel, Jayaprakash Narayan, Gopinath Bordoloi or Madan Mohan Malviya have been bestowed their Presidential citations decades after their passing, often by partisan-minded governments attempting to score political points (as is essentially the case this week).
New production
Almost on cue, but likely programmed weeks in advance, a musical based on Singh’s short but impactful life will open this weekend as part of this year’s edition of the annual Prithvi Theatre Festival. Presented by the events company Tamboo, Gagan Damama Bajyo is written and directed by Piyush Mishra. Quite appropriately, the title refers to a Sikh battlefield refrain attributed to Kabir in the Guru Granth Sahib.
Penned in 1994, and helmed by N.K. Sharma for his theatre group, Act One, the play has since seen umpteen iterations — it is one of Mishra’s most performed scripts, alongside his Broadway adaptations in circulation. This new production marks the first time Mishra has taken over the reins of his play, and it comes after a hiatus of 16 years from the stage. In that period, the actor-composer has consolidated his position as one of Hindi cinema’s most multi-faceted talents.
The meticulously researched Gagan Damama Bajyo contributed substantively to Raj Kumar Santoshi’s historical, The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002). The film’s dialogues were Mishra’s first writing credit for cinema. Tamboo’s revival opened in Delhi in September at the Shri Ram Centre. In keeping with the abbreviated life span of its subject (Singh died at just 23), it has a youthful cast of actor-singers who bring to the fore the idealism and passions of a new generation of non-conformists who attempted to take their country’s destiny into their own hands. There are only two female actors in a cast of sixteen, with Singh’s fiancée, Mannewali, making a fleeting but crucial appearance. The play, opens with the lamentations of a mother who has lost her sons, and is seen through the eyes of Shiv Verma, the last man standing among Singh’s collaborators when the play was first staged (Verma passed away in 1997).
Documenting struggle
The play’s narrative is completely non-linear, and Verma’s recollections take us all the way back to the tumultuous years from 1925 to 1931. The Kakori train robbery, the Central Assembly bombings, the inadvertent killing of John Saunders, the hunger strike in Lahore prison, and finally, the execution of Singh and his associates, all throw up a constellation of memorable characters in crisp white shirts and brown trousers — many of them young revolutionaries who have etched an indelible space for themselves in India’s freedom struggle. Mishra’s compositions are songs of rebellion that will emotionally amplify the fervour of a lost tribe’s allegiance to an unborn nation.
A telling phrase from the blurb states that the play, “breaks the fundamentalist image of [Singh] that people currently overuse and instead, shows him as a friend, a son, a lover and an intellectual.” Singh’s well-documented refusal of clemency stands in sharp contrast to Savarkar’s decamping from the freedom struggle, once released by the British from a colonial prison in Port Blair. There is great irony, therefore, to the latter being hailed as a nationalist icon by the powers-that-be. Singh’s patriotism was beyond reproach, but his strident ideological moorings of universal brotherhood, anarchism and atheism would mark him out as a stark misnomer in today’s political climate, which calls the lie on those across the left-to-right political spectrum who’ve tried to assert ownership over his legacy time and again. In restoring Singh to his every-man roots, Mishra’s play would likely allow him to be claimed by ordinary folk who lie outside these affiliations.
Gagan Damama Bajyo will premiere as part of the Prithvi Theatre Festival on November 3 at the Royal Opera House and be staged at Prithvi Theatre on November 4 and 5. For more details, see bookmyshow.com
02

Bhagat Singh death anniversary: 7 movies based on the life of Bhagat Singh

India’s famous freedom fighter Bhagat Singh sacrificed his life for the freedom of our country. He was just 23 years old when he along with Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru sacrificed their lives for India’s independence from the British rule on March 23, 1931. Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru are considered one of the most influential revolutionaries. Even 87 years after their execution, their lives remain a great source of inspiration. The lives of these freedom fighters have not only inspired India’s independence movement but also Bollywood. Over the years, their lives have been an inspiration for several Bollywood movies. Martyrs’ Day, also known as Shaheed Diwas or Sarvodaya Day, is observed on March 23. On the occasion of 88th Shaheed Diwas, we have compiled a list of 7 Bollywood movies based on the lives of Bhagat Singh.
Rang De Basanti (2006)Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, the literal meaning of the title ‘Rang De Basanti’ is ‘Paint me with the colours of spring’. The film features an ensemble cast comprising Aamir Khan, R Madhavan, Siddharth Narayan, Soha Ali Khan, Kunal Kapoor, Sharman Joshi, Atul Kulkarni and British actress Alice Patten. The movie revolves around the life of a group of friends who work together on a documentary film on the revolutionaries.
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23rd March 1931: Shaheed (2002)The film ‘23rd March 1931: Shaheed’ features Bobby Deol as Bhagat Singh, Sunny Deol as Chandrashekhar Azad and Amrita Singh as Bhagat Singh’s mother. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has a special appearance in a song. The film depicts the events leading up to the hanging of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev. The film coincided with the release of another film based on the life of Bhagat Singh titled ‘The Legend of Bhagat Singh’. Both the films didn’t work at the box office but were critically appreciated. Three movies based on the life of Bhagat Singh were released in the year 2002.
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The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002)Directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, the film features Ajay Devgn in lead role. ‘The Legend of Bhagat Singh’ beautifully portrays Bhagat Singh’s struggle for India’s independence and his views on the British Raj. The film begins with the scene where British attempts to dispose of Singh’s body and the film progresses with the flashback to the past to tell his story. The film has won two National Film Awards for Best Feature Film and three Filmfare awards.
The Legend of Bhagat Singh
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Shaheed-E-Azam (2002)The film ‘Shaheed-E-Azam’ features Sonu Sood essaying the role of Bhagat Singh. The film shows how Bhagat Singh decides to eliminate British Raj from India, how he plots several attacks on the colonial rulers and how the government sentences him to death for killing a British officer.
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Shaheed (1965)Directed by S Ram Sharma, ‘Shaheed’ features Manoj Kumar, Kamini Kaushal, Pran, Iftekhar, Nirupa Roy, Prem Chopra, Madan Puri and Anwar Hussain in lead roles. It was Manoj Kumar’s first patriotic film, followed by Upkar, Purab Aur Paschim, and Kranti. The film portrays the life of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev and how they went to the gallows at a young age. The sacrifices made by these revolutionaries eventually lead to India’s freedom from the colonial rule.
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Shaheed Bhagat Singh (1963)Directed by KN Bansal, the film features Shammi Kapoor essaying the role of Bhagat Singh. Besides Shammi Kapoor, the film stars Shakeela, Premnath, Ulhas and Achla Sachdev. 
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Shaheed-e-Azad Bhagat Singh (1954)‘Shaheed-e-Azad Bhagat Singh is the first film based on the life of Bhagat Singh. Directed by Jagdish Gautam, the film features Prem Abeed, Jairaj, Smriti Biswas and Ashita Mazumdar in lead roles. The film also has the classic patriotic song ‘Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab humare dil main hain..’ in Mohammed Rafi’s melodious voice.
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Today is the birth anniversary of the legendary Bhagat Singh.

Today is Bhagat Singh's birth anniversary and this reminded us of the time when two films on the freedom fighter released on the same day. Bhagat Singh has always inspired generations to be brave and not fear the outcome when it comes to someone's love for his country. That inspired two filmmakers to come up with a cinematic ode to the legendary freedom fighter by telling his story. And guess what? Both of them released on the same day, June 7, 2002.
The Legend Of Bhagat Singh, directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, had Ajay Devgn in the lead. The other one was 23rd March 1931: Shaheed which had Bobby Deol played the lead. This film was directed by Guddu Dhanoa. While both the films did an underwhelming performance at the box office, Ajay picked up a National Award for his act. Check out the trailers of the films here...
Interestingly, five films on the freedom fighter were up for grabs during that time. Shaheed-e-Azam had released a week before these two films on Bhagat Singh hit the theatres. There were more ready to be screened at that time. The case was similar to how every filmmaker was interested to make a film on Battle Of Saragarhi. Ajay Devgn and Karan Johar both had that in mind. Randeep Hooda even wandered around in the garb of Havildar Ishar Singh for his own film. Mohit Raina shot a TV series for the same. When Karan didn't back off, Ajay dropped his idea of the film and moved on to Tanaji. Guess such a thing is nothing new for Bollywood


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