Shemaroo gets patriotic with Vande Mataram on home video

MUMBAI: With Republic Day around the corner, Shemaroo Entertainment has come out with Vande Mataram, a song compilation that pays a befitting tribute to India on home video.

The songs in the album have been carefully selected with lot of thought and effort. They represent the six decades of a Republic India, with a nationalistic perspective of people belonging to different strata of the Indian society.

The album features Yeh Desh Hai Veer Jawanon Ka from Naya Daur or the fiery enthusiasm of college students from Talaq, the ever-popular patriotic Apni Azaadi Ko Hum from Leader, Mere Desh Premiyon from Desh Premee, Aye Mere Pyare Watan from Kabuliwala and Har Karam Apna Karenge from Karma among others.

Apart from this, is the evergreen Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai while a salute to the guardians of our frontiers appear in the form of Dekho Veer Jawanon Apne from Aakraman.

Patriotic feelings and desires of the increasing number of NRI‘s (Non-Resident Indians), towards their motherland find expression in I Love My India from Pardes. Also the track O Yaaron Maaf Karna from Aa Ab Laut Chalen is a tribute to the unity in diversity of Indians.

Besides the above mentioned tracks, there are other well-known songs like Bharat Humko Jaan Se Pyara Hai from Roja, Punjabi Gayenge Marathi Gayenge from Aakraman and Garjo Jai Jai Kar from Ek Krantiveer-Vasudev Balwant Phadke which truly take the feeling of patriotism to an altogether different level.

In addition, this compilation has also got some amazing moments with the song Meri Aawaz Suno from Naunihal in which the real footage of Jawahralal Nehru‘s funeral procession has been used and the film Pukar which has a rare screen appearance by Lata Mangeshkar singing Ek Tu Hi Bharosa.

It is certain that, this unique representation of songs in Vande Mataram are bound to evoke among audiences emotional, nationalistic and patriotic feelings.

The Vande Mataram DVDs and VCDs are priced at Rs. 99 and Rs. 45 respectively.

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