War - Chod na Yaar ! ( Denounce war mongers).

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  1. Alok Asthana

    Alok Asthana New Member

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    I am a retired army guy from the combat arms. Just saw the movie ‘War-Chod na Yaar’. The reviews were good, though the movie does not do full justice to them.
    But the movie does make a point – that there are many constituencies interested in seeing countries fight and soldiers die. Of these, third party countries (as shown in the movie) are easy to single out and despise. The problem is with those who are on your side and proclaim themselves to be as patriotic as you are, or more. Their demand that you take on Pakistan looks so justified that you run the risk of getting lynched if you as much as question them. Some months back, Sushma Swaraj thundered, ‘Get me 10 Paki heads for every one of our soldier.’ Seeing her genuine anguish, I was sure someone of her close family would take up the challenge. At second level, I expected someone from the BJP party take up the wishes of their leader and make a suicidal bid to get her the Paki heads. But nothing of that sort happened. Then it dawned upon me that the people expected to run the gauntlet for her were the Indian army, not her relatives or political supporters. We should die and she should get the votes.
    Don’t these politicians have a right to see the army do the task it is expected to? Sure, but only if they themselves do the task they are expected to. Haven’t the army people taken an oath to die for their country? Sure, but so have the legislators taken an oath to serve the country. And what about bureaucrats and others who have not taken any oath? Oh, God! Is the absence of a formal oath such a strong defence?
    Dying is such a final sport that those engaging in it should be given the privilege to at least get the right spectators. Very few people understand what it means to be hit by several high velocity bullets after making the assault at 15,000 feet.
    I would still grant these people the right to fight Pakistan ‘to our last fauzi’, if they sent their own sons to the army. If the loss of the fauzis were to also become their personal loss, they are entitled to this right. Buckingham palace will always have that right since Prince Philip was part of the contingent to Falkland and Prince Harry fought in Afghanistan. But what about the Indian political royalty?
    Even if the Indian political class will not send their sons to bleed for the country, how warm is the relationship between the government and the warrior class? Judging from the number of court cases between them, these two groups are more apart than India and Pakistan. Why, then, should we not be wary of their ‘patriotic demands’?
    Towards the end, the movie ‘War – Chod na Yaar’ has another important message. It is that you, the people, can force your leaders. Recognise your strength and use it. Do send us to our deaths but only after giving peace a serious chance.
     
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  3. Ankit Purohit

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    The movie was Okish but instead of telling Indians WAR CHOD NA YAAR i think it would be appropriate to tell PAKIS and extremist Jihadis JIHAD CHOD NA YAAR especially to Hafiz saeed and to Pakis KASHMIR KA MASLA CHOD DE NA YAAR.........and see the lovely reaction............:thumb::cool2::scared1::taunt:
     
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    "CHOD:)hehe:)NA YAAR" another boring from BAKWAASWOOD as always .
     
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    dhananjay1 Regular Member

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    War is the most human of qualities, there could be no civilization without war.
     
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  7. A chauhan

    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    Whee is @ashdoc review of the same?
     
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    didn't see it :bored:
     
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  9. Apollyon

    Apollyon Führer Senior Member

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    even ashdoc didn't see this movie ..lol

    Now coming back to the real question - "Is the total (world) peace possible" ?
    Still searching for the answer ...............
     
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  10. SATISH

    SATISH DFI Technocrat Stars and Ambassadors

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    Well I never want to fight a half hearted war. If it is a war then it must go full fledged until the enemy is destroyed physically and psychologically and must hesitate even coming anywhere near our borders.
     
  11. A chauhan

    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    With each and every day cease fire violations and beheading of Indian soldiers by Pakistan there is no scope of "peace" movies.

    Imagine what Saurabh Kalia and other martyr's parents might be thinking after watching this type of movies?
     
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  12. SPIEZ

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    Have a look at history, you will know the answer.

    World Peace, :yawn: you sound like a Miss India contestant.
     
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  13. dhananjay1

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    That mode of warfare couldn't be applied in all cases. The key is to show the other side that you can inflict more damage on them than they could inflict on you. Indians don't need to capture Lahor and Islamabad to control Pakistan, they just need to kill enough Pakistani soldiers per every Breach of 'ceasefire' to demonstrate that it's not in their interest to make any move against India.
     

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