The Best patriotic movies of Akshay Kumar for country (India)
he film has set out to create social awareness about menstruation and how it’s not a taboo but something entirely natural that women go through each month. The story is based on a chapter from Twinkle Khanna’s book The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad and has been inspired by the life and works of social activist Arunachalam Muruganantham. Yet again Akshay emerges the social hero unsung patriot we are waiting to watch on screen.
Toilet Ek Prem Katha (2017)
The film is a love story with an undercurrent of social transformation that has been unofficially linked to the Swach Bharat Abhiyan of the government by many. Based on a real-life story, it teaches a lesson on the importance of sanitary conditions and is once again a distant but patriotic approach of the actor create a difference in the society.
During the 1950s, Indian Navy Officer Rustom Pavri (Akshay Kumar) is happily married to Cynthia Pavri (Ileana D’Cruz). Their marriage hits the rocks when Rustom discovers his wife’s affair with his friend Vikram Makhija (Arjan Bajwa). After returning early from a trip to the seas, Rustom discovers Vikram’s love letters in Cynthia’s cupboard. While trying to find where she is, Rustom also witnesses both of them together. He returns home and waits for Cynthia to return and then confronts her with the love letters, but walks away before Cynthia could explain anything. Rustom then issues himself a pistol from Naval Ship’s Armory and makes a Trunk call to Delhi. Afterward, he seeks for Vikram, first in his office and then at his home. After Rustom enters Vikram’s bedroom, the servant hears three gun shots and rushes to the room, only to discover Vikram’s body lying in the pool of blood and Rustom walking away with pistol in his hand. Rustom immediately surrenders to police and Inspector Vincent Lobo (Pawan Malhotra) starts investigation.Vikram’s sister Priti Makhija (Esha Gupta) hires the best lawyer in the city Lakshman Khangani (Sachin Khedekar) to get Rustom worst punishment possible. While a local newspaper TRUTH publishes the news adding some spice to it, which creates a stir in whole city. At one side Navy supports their officer and asks police to hand over his custody and on other side the Parsi community offers help by hiring a good defense lawyer. Rustom refuses everybody’s help and decides to fight the case on his own. While the Editor in Chief of Truth newspaper, Erach Billimoria (Kumud Mishra) creates a sympathetic image for Rustom in public, Rustom’s senior Navy officer Prashant Kamat (Parmeet Sethi) sends two goons to his house to search for a set of documents, but they fail to find anything. Scared Cynthia rushes to jail to inform Rustom, who wasn’t talking to her until then. Rustom finally meets and listens to Cynthia’s story, about how she was lonely and upset when Rustom went away to London for many months. Vikram took advantage of her loneliness and Cynthia fell for him, but on the day of Vikram’s murder Cynthia had already broken-up with him for the sake of their marriage.On Rustom’s instructions, Cynthia blackmails Navy officer Prashant Kamat for 5 crore rupees in exchange of the documents he needed. While in the court hearing, Rustom unexpectedly pleads not guilty in front of the judge, which leads to a jury trial. The crux of the case was whether Commander Rustom shot Vikram as “self-defense” or whether it was premeditated murder. At the culmination of the trial, Rustom is found not guilty and is freed. Rustom reconciles with Cynthia.
It is in this scenario that Ranjit Katyal (played by Akshay Kumar), a wealthy and powerful Indian businessman, who has always seen himself as a Kuwaiti, rather than an Indian, realizes that he no longer wields any influence on the Iraqis, and that he and his family are in as much danger as anyone else. Ranjit unknowingly becomes the man who all 170,000 Indians look up to for getting them out safely from Kuwait. Airlift is the story of Indians stranded in Kuwait during this traumatic time..
A story of how they, with the help of Ranjit Katyal, managed to survive the Iraqi invasion, and against all odds traveled a thousand kilometers across the border into Amman, Jordan. From Amman, 170,000 Indians were brought home by the largest and the most successful evacuation ever attempted by any country, in the history of the world. Over 59 days, the Indian government systematically flew over 488 Air India commercial flights into a war zone to evacuate all 170,000 Indians and safely bring them …
GABBAR IS BACK (2015)
Being the official remake of the Tamil blockbuster Ramana, Gabbar Is Back is yet another film where the common man, victimized by the corrupt system, seeks revenge.
College professor Aditya s life turns topsy-turvy, when his pregnant wife (Kareena Kapoor) dies when a building crashes down owing to its poor construction. When he seeks the help of the Government and tries to bring down the corrupt people, he is not only left disappointed but is attacked by ruthless authorities working under the builder Digvijay Patil. But in a turn of events, Aditya is rescued by a group of students and they later, become his army in his fight against the injustice and corruption. Aditya operates under the pseudo name Gabbar with his students who together bring justice in their own violent ways, killing every corrupt official along with leaving behind evidences of the crimes they commit. But Gabbar s ultimate goal is to take revenge against Digvijay Patil.
The country is perpetually under threat from terrorist powers and the common man walks unaware of the threats and the attacks that our Government controls and prevents. While the common Indian fights for everyday issues, there are deeper and bigger threats to him and his family that he will never know exist because it is the men and women in uniform that safeguard them. The men and women who put country before self, the men and women who define our history because they give a damn!
Ajay (played by Akshay Kumar) is one such officer who is part of an elite team chosen from amongst the best in the Forces to form a covert Counter Intelligence Unit. In the course of foiling one terrorist attack bid, Ajay discovers a major threat to our nation – a plan to cause damage and strike fear at the heart of our very existence. The plot is masterminded by a maniacal leader whose organization has its tentacles spread across the world. As days progress, the unit goes through escalating challenges with time ticking against them and risks escalating. At all points, the members of the unit give it all they have got and stand tall to guard us with all their strength so that we may sleep safe in our homes. Covert and courageous operations are performed across Kathmandu, Istanbul, Abu Dhabi, Delhi and Mumbai as our protectors will not rest till evil is defeated.
Will the maniacal Maulana Rehman and his band of evil succeed in striking terror in the heart of India? Will the Indian Government change gears from being reactive to proactive and strike? Will Ajay and his unit be able to prevent this terror tsunami?
Holiday – A Soldier Is Never Off Duty (2014)
Viraat (Akshay Kumar), Captain in D.I.A., a wing of Indian Army, returns to his home in Mumbai on a holiday. On his arrival, his parents rushes him to meet Saiba (Sonakshi Sinha), who they wanted him to marry. But Virat rejects her with an excuse that she is old fashioned and not his type. On the contrary, Saiba is a professional boxer, and is completely modern in her outlook. Virat notices her in a boxing match and falls for her instantly.
One day, while traveling in a bus with his friend sub-inspector Mukund (Sumeet Raghavan), Virat witnesses a bomb explosion killing innocent people. Virat manages to capture the man who planted the bomb but he escapes from the hospital with the help of a police officer. Virat kidnaps the terrorist again and also forces the corrupt police officer (Gireesh Sahedev) to commit suicide. He later discovers that a terrorist group has planned, serial blasts in Mumbai in a couple of days with the help of 12 sleeper cells. Along with his fellow Army officers and Mukund, Virat manages to track these bombers and kills them before they could trigger the bombs.
When the leader of these sleeper cells (Freddy Daruwala) finds out about the team of officers involved in the failure of the terrorist attack, he begins to target their families by kidnapping someone close to them. When Virat realizes the plan, he substitutes one of the girl to be kidnapped, with his younger sister Priti. Using his pet dog and his sister?s dupatta, he manages to reach the terrorist?s hideout. He eliminates all the terrorists and rescues all the victims including his sister, who was about to be killed after Virat?s bluff was exposed. Virat also captures Asif Ali (Dipendra Sharma), who was the leader of the group but later kills him on realizing that Asif is just the second-in-command of the sleeper cells.
When this attack fails, the terrorist leader decides to target Virat himself. He kills one of the army officer and forces Virat to surrender. Virat decides to sacrifice his life and plans a suicide attack by instructing Mukund and his fellow officers to follow him via tracking chip inserted in his arm and plant a bomb at the terrorist?s hideout. Virat then drives to a port in various cars, as told by the leader and ends up on a ship full of terrorists. To his surprise, Virat finds out that the cars he was asked to drive had bombs in them, which will frame him and his team as terrorists and also their plans to recruit sleeper cells in Indian Army with the help of Joint Defense Secretary of India ? Mr. Alvin D’souza (Zakir Hussain), who is also member of this terrorist group. Virat had a one on one fight with the leader and escapes on a boat before the ship explodes, also later killing the leader. The film ends with Virat forcing Alvin D’souza to commit suicide and later returning back to border along with his team.