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  • Honorable Governor of WB – Shri Keshrinath Tripathi

    iLEAD celebrated the 45th Vijay Diwas with the screening of iLEAD’s 1971 India’s Finest Hour in the gracious presence of Governor of West Bengal, His Excellency Keshari Nath Tripathi. He said that it is an overlooked piece of history stitched together to recreate and convey the effort by India for preserving and protecting this great nation of ours and our brothers in Bangladesh.

  • Mr. Jayvardhan Dabriwal

    He expect that it ‘be the another boring historic documentary but it was way better than that because of original archives which he found interesting. He felt proud to be an Indian and this movie reminds him why? – Jayvardhan Dabriwal, student after watching 1971 India’s Finest Hour

  • Mr. O P Jhunjhunwala

    Its is one of the best documentary film, he has seen in his life. General Sam Manekshaw planted a very systematic way to fight a big battle and also it shows that there is complete coordination and teamwork between the Indian Armed forces – O.P. Jhunjhunwala, Advocate.

  • Mr. Rajendra Kumar Surana

    After watching the movie, he said that all division of Indian Military played heroic role together to make the West Pakistan Surrender on 16 December 1971. – Rajendra Kumar Surana.

  • Mr. Sanjeev Dabriwal

    The movie was having very detailed information right from the strategies that the Indian military played for liberating Bangladesh from West Pakistan in 1971 – as said by Sanjeev Dabriwal after watching the iLEAD 1971’s India Finest Hour.

  • Mr. Vikas Baid

    Vikas Baid, a real estate consultant, kolkata says that the movie was reverting, there were times I was just thinking what a greater of our country who made great sacrifices for liberating Bangladesh.

  • Dr. S.K. Tripathi

    After watching the film, he felt very proud to be an Indian. The movie is of fine quality and contains lots of Information regarding 1971 war which will inspire our youngsters to join Indian Military – Dr. S.K. Tripathi, Regional Director of IGNOU, Kolkata

  • Mrs. Vaijayanti Bose

    Mrs. Vaijayanti Bose, teacher in GD Birla Centre for Education says that the the movie is authentic presentation of what actually transpired critical moments that reflects in Bangladesh Liberation War

  • Mrs. Soma Shome

    Mrs. Soma Shome, teacher in Shri Sikhsayantan School says that their young students were totally engrossed with the original clips which was encouraging, entertaining and above all very educational.

  • Santanu Maity

    Mr. Shantanu Maity, Superintendent Archaeologist from Archaeological Survey of India share his valuable feedback after watching the movie.

  • Saket Malhotra

    Mr. Shantanu Maity, Superintendent Archaeologist from Archaeological Survey of India share his valuable feedback after watching the movie.

  • Roopkatha Basu

    The film like this put life\\\’s into the events. After watching the movie, I found a new respect for my country & for Indian army. A feedback from Roopkatha Basu, a student from GD Birla Centre for Education.

  • Neelav Agarwal

    Feedback from Neerav Agarwal, a student of chartered accountancy.

  • Dr P K Mishra, Archaeological Survey of India

    Dr. Phanikanta Mishra, Regional Director – Archaeological Survey Of India, shared his valuable feedback after watching documentary film\”1971 – India\’s Finest Hour\”