This Independence Day, it's time to get angry... very angry

If there's one thing, we as Indians, have learnt in 69 years of Independence, it's been the fine art of outrage

FP Editors August 15, 2016 07:46:10 IST
This Independence Day, it's time to get angry... very angry

If there's one thing, we as Indians, have learnt in 69 years of Independence, it's been the fine art of outrage.

The test of a society's greatness is by the tininess of the subject of their anger, said no one ever. But it's refreshing to note that our anger as a nation isn't reserved only for a select few topics.

This Independence Day, Firstpost takes you on a journey of anger. We call it:

This Independence Day its time to get angry very angry

If it's cinema that's got you angry, we've got you covered. If it's religion that's got you angry, we've got you covered. If it's your fear of what you'll do after you're no longer angry, you better believe we've got you covered.

But enough chit-chat, why don't you go see for yourselves?

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