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Stories of neglected Soldiers of India to find place!!
Stories of Neglected Soldiers of India to Find Place!!. In a proposed new documentary, the touching stories, including romantic ones about Indian soldiers who fought in the First World War as part of the British Army, collected from archives and personal testimonies would be featured.
New Delhi: In a proposed new documentary, the touching stories, including romantic ones about Indian soldiers who fought in the First World War as part of the British Army, collected from archives and personal testimonies would be featured.
The upcoming feature-length film Mademoiselle France Pleure (Miss France is in Tears) attempts to piece together the lesser known fact about the 1.4 million Indian soldiers and civilian workers who came to France and Belgium to defend France’s freedom against invasion.
The Indian Film Maker Vijay Singh said that the soldiers faced various hardships, casualties and diseases in the war. The feature-length documentary attempts to show their specific situations within the British Army and hospitals, added Vijay Singh. Vijay has shot significantly highly praised feature films such as Jaya Ganga and One Dollar Curry in the past. He visited New Delhi recently to announce the project and firm up plans to shoot in countries including India, France, Austria and Belgium.