Ace film-maker Subhash Ghai is known to accentuate the aura of patriotism through his films. His iconic movie “Pardes” recently clocked 25 years. The legendary filmmaker was invited to visit the National Museum of Indian Cinema to celebrate #AzaadiKaAmritMahotsav. One of his most celebrated films, “Karma” was screened at the National Museum of Indian Cinema on the pious occasion. The National Museum of Indian Cinema is the first museum dedicated to the glory of Indian Cinema that chronicles the first ever film until the movies of today’s times.
Subhash Ghai added, “Cinema has a magical connect with the audience. Talking about patriotism in cinema, a writer has to feel the emotions, the director needs to imbibe the feelings and the actors need to depict their love for the country, that’s how you create magic!”
He further added, “”Har Karam apna karenge, ae watan tere liye,” I think these lines were felt by every member of the film thus the audience was able to feel the magic! I was shocked to see SATYAJI RAY ALIVE as I entered into a glass house of the National Museum useum of Indian cinema. It took me 20 seconds to realise how beautifully the sculpture was made of our master, the legendary, Satyajit ray. The entir museum encapsulates nostalgia. Every cinema lover must visit this museum to experience the magic of cinema and its evolution. I am mesmerized.”
Subhash Ghai’s view on patriotism is still prevalent. He had stated, “Patriotism is not a slogan – it’s within you as a film maker or any professional or as a Indian