The partition of India in 1947 was a matter that shocked the entire country. After the independence of the country from British rule, India was divided into two parts. On the one hand, the celebration of freedom, on the other hand, the pain of the violence after partition. The tees of this division are still in the hearts of individuals. This partition not only gave a Pakistan apart from India but also brought Islam and Sanatan Dharma face to face.
It was the same large-scale exodus in which Indian Muslims were moving towards newly built Pakistan in the West and Indian Hindus were moving in the opposite direction. People from both communities lost their ancestral land, their roots, and their property in this partition, but the biggest tragedy was the bloodshed that still hurts the hearts of individuals. Many films have been produced in Indian films on the partition of the country, which from time to time give a sense of the pain of that partition. Although everyone is celebrating freedom today and everyone should be happy, one should also look at the pain of sharing a little other than that. Today, we are going to tell you about the 5 films made in Indian films that narrated human stories at the time of partition.
1- Garm Hava
4- Train to Pakistan