It starts with a young Bhagat Singh in pre-Independence India practising what he calls his “law and arena”.
That young Bhagat Singh is then brought to Punjab of 2017 by Gurudas Mann’s character.
Bhagat Singh sees the new-age youth addicted to their smartphones and doing silly things.
He sees young men molesting girls.
And taking steroids to pump up their muscles.
Mothers so busy in their parties that they have no time for their children. And children of such mothers exposed to health hazards.
Adulteration of milk which has turned it into nothing more than liquor.
Such is the condition of the youth that even old men are able to outrun them.
And because drugs have rendered the young men of Punjab immobile, girls have taken on their shoulders the duty of men.
People protesting in the name of freedom fighters but inconsiderate towards fellow humans.
Bhagat Singh is brought to tears at the condition of his country and is about to erase his name from history.
He is stopped and told that he is still the hope of those who love God and the nation.
Bhagat Singh does his duty.
It is one of the most inspiring songs to have arrived in years. And it is not just a message for the youth of Punjab but for the entire nation. Everything that is a reality in Punjab is a reality in India. And, therefore, the men and women of this great land of ours need to see the sacrifice of Bhagat Singh and other great freedom fighters. We have a debt on our shoulders, and we have not yet paid that back.
Listen to the message, see the reality, feel the pain of Bhagat Singh and, if you are truly a son or daughter of this country, awaken.