Director: Prem Vaidya
Summary: A biographical film on Veer Savarkar, a freedom fighter, who was born on May 28, 1883 in the village of Bhagur near Nasik in Maharashtra. Savarkar led his fight against the British rule in India even when he was in England as a law student. Savarkar lived in the India House (London), where the flag of free India was designed. Savarkar gave the flag to Madam Bhikaji Cama and Sardar Singh Rana to take to the International Socialist Conference at Stuttgart in 1907. Savarkar wrote the first historical account of "The Indian War of Independence 1857" after an exhaustive research spread over two years. For his patriotic acts, Savarkar was sentenced to imprisonment of life. The British sent him to the Port Blair in the Andaman Islands. Savarkar himself has described his years of solitary confinement in dreadful gaols. During these years in the Andaman jail, he composed over 10,000 verses. Savarkar died on February 26, 1966.This biographical account spans from the period of his birth uptil India's independence.