Epic presents a riveting mini-series on India's most iconic speeches in 'Bharat Ki Awaaz'
Features great Indian personalities whose vision for India has left an indelible mark on the world
71 years after India gained independence, the ideas put forth by some of her most enterprising leaders remain both relevant, and important for understanding the story of independent India. “Bharat Ki Awaaz” is a showcase of India’s most iconic and independent voices that moved a nation. Starting 1st August, the 5-part series will air on Epic, India’s leading infotainment channel, every Wednesday at 10 pm.
Bharat Ki Awaaz has been brought to television, with an effort to re-live with context and perspective, the passion and ideas of some of India’s finest orators. Their public addresses at important junctures of history roused the consciousness of millions - to define, build, and bind our nation together. As a nation today, it is pertinent for us to understand the words, vigour, and emotions, which lifted those in despair, inspired courage and great revolutionary ideas, while refining the souls of citizens, not just of India, but the world over. More often than not, their fervent appeals culminated into some of the biggest turning points of history.
Real footage of speeches, expert commentary, reactions of both applause and backlash, along with the everlasting impact they had, is covered in this mini-series.
“Nothing is more powerful than words spoken in the right context at the appropriate time; and when they come from people who are seen as icons or ideals, words can echo for generation to come", says Akul Tripathi, Content and Programming Head, EPIC TV. He adds, “While we will all know the words of many of these speeches, like Nehru’s ‘Tryst with Destiny’ speech on independence eve, we have rarely, if ever, actually heard or seen it. As we celebrate another independence day, Bharat Ki Awaaz is an effort to give both - a face, and perspective to some of the greatest speeches of our times.
Flagging off the series, the first episode will be see impassioned orations by one of the most dynamic leaders of the freedom struggle – Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose who was amongst the young leaders to emerge in the 1930’s. His speeches made a deep impact on Indians, wherever they lived in the world. The episode offers unique insight on why this patriot travelled to Singapore and Japan to forge alliances and build an army to fight the British in India.
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