The Legend of Bhagat Singh is a 2002 Indian chronicled true to life film about Bhagat Singh, an opportunity contender who battled for Indian freedom. It was directed by Rajkumar Santoshi and featured Ajay Devgan, Sushant Singh, and Ian Davies. It was discharged on 7 June 2002 and happened to win three Filmfare Awards, the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie, two National Film Awards, and the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi.
The Legend of Bhagat Singh indicates in subtle element how Singh came to create his perspectives on the British Raj and his battle for India�s freedom. Bhagat Singh was convicted of bombing in the session of parliament. In which he took utmost care of the safety of people and throw bombs at the empty benches. Earlier he was booked for conspiracy of killing Colonel Saunders and later bailed out. During his trial, the British re-opened the Saunders' murder case which led to the death sentence for Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Shivram.
The film starts with scenes delineating how the British endeavoured to discard Singh's body, so he couldn't be made into a martyr, and afterward flashbacks to the past to recount his story. A chronicled feel was made by utilizing a sepia tint all through the film.