The 45-minute-long succinct account of factual events that took place in the intervening night of June 15-16 in the Galwan Valley of eastern Ladakh, the documentary analyses the bloodiest engagement between Indian and Chinese troops in 45 years and aims to inform the viewers about the history of ongoing border dispute between the countries and reflects on how tensions unfolded over the years. Accessing high technology tools like 3D graphics and Google Earth studio, the documentary brings a comprehensive narrative of the circumstances that led to the fatal face-off and how men of 16 Bihar Regiment crushed the Chinese aggression.
Presenting viewers a well-researched account of the battle, the documentary features important voices from the Defence Forces and eminent Historians including Meera Shankar, Former India's Ambassador to the United States of America, Deep Pal, Non-resident Fellow at NBR, Lt Gen PJS Pannu, Ex Goc XIV Corps, Maroof Raza, Consulting Editor, TIMES NOW and Strategic Affairs Analyst, Nitin Gokhale, Author and Strategy Affair Expert, Maj Gen Sheru Thapliyal, Ex GoC, 3 Division, P. Stobdan, Expert on Indian Foreign Policy and National Security, Sim Tack, Chief Global Analyst, Statfor and Claude Arpi, Tibetologist and Historian.
Vivek Srivastava, President - Strategy and Business Head, News and English Entertainment Cluster, Times Network said, “Celebrating India’s undying spirit, ‘Gallantry at Galwan– A Tale Of Valour’ is our tribute to the selfless brave soldiers, who lost their lives in the line of duty. The Galwan Valley clash was a violent strike that changed the equation between two countries. Bringing an accurate account of the battle and the decade long territorial dispute between India-China, the documentary is an essential viewing for every Indian citizen, as it unravels every crucial aspect of the border dispute.”
Why couldn’t decades of martyrdom and truces, settle the Indo-China border dispute till date? Watch Gallantry At Galwan – A Tale Of Valour this Saturday August 15, at 1:00 pm and repeat on August 16, at 10:00 pm on TIMES NOW, TIMES NOW WORLD and Mirror NOW.