These movies will get you up and running to chase your dream at 3 a.m.


They said that motivation comes from within. But for some, mustering them together is difficult to do. Perhaps a little nudge is needed to actually bring out the motivation into the world. 

These four movies might help you feel more motivated and ready to face the challenges in your life. It shows how sheer hard work, discipline, and perseverance can help you achieve your dream.

1. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013)
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is an inspirational movie about the journey of a track athlete. It follows the story of Milkha Singh whose childhood was marred by the Pakistan-India partition war. He lost his family and became homeless for a time. But then he rose up as one of India’s most inspiring athletes. 

The movie is an adaptation of an autobiography “The Race of My Life” by Singh and his daughter, Sonia Sanwalka. It has received several critical acclaims and received very well with the audience. It turned out to be the sixth highest-grossing Bollywood movie worldwide back in 2013.

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2. Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001)
Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India is a story of ‘rebellion’ in India's colonial time. The British decided to double the tax or ‘Lagaan’ from the villagers but one man stood against it. He challenged British cricket veterans to cancel the tax if the villagers win a game against them. The problem is, he and the others did not know how to play at all. How will they win then? Find out how the story goes by watching the movie.

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3. Chak De! India (2007)
Chak De! India or “Let’s Go! India” is a movie following a team of Indian women’s national field hockey players. It shows a team of uninterested players turned victorious with the help of their passionate coach who was a former athlete himself. The movie brought up several social issues including feminism, sexism, racism, religious bigotry, ethnic and regional prejudice, as well as the effect of the partition of India. The story was inspired by India's victory at the Commonwealth Games of 2002.

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4. Lakshya (2004)
Lakshya which means “Aim” is a story of an underdog turned hero in a fictional 1999 Kargil War. The main character was aimless, jobless, and irresponsible before he joined the Indian army. But he turned into a high-ranking officer in the end and joined a war. 

Viewers of the movie noted how realistic the movie was. The uniforms, weapons, officers, and the way the battle is carried out are amazingly accurate. It is one of the things making the movie worth a watch.

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