Bollywood Hindi Films that shows the importance of Blood Donation


Blood Donation is refered as the most important part in saving millions of lives all over. This is a medical process by which one person voluntarily donates his blood to other person in need. Today in the developed world, most blood donors are unpaid volunteers who donate blood for a community supply.

In poorer countries, established supplies are limited and donors usually give blood when family or friends need a transfusion (directed donation). Many donors donate as an act of charity. Even our Hindi Film Industry gives weightage to this important issue and also highlights this well in their films.

While carrying out such an aspect in the whole context of the film, they give a clear message that how donating blood can save live and it must be done on a regular basis.

Here are some Bollywood films which shows the importance of Blood donation.


Sultan was the much acclaimed film based on wrestling but apart from the wrestling point, the film also raised an issue of blood donation which was highly captured. Sultan who was the wrestler and won many international wrestling matches failed to save his sons life because of blood donation. He was the only one whose blood can save his son’s life but he wasn’t at the moment there. After the incident, Sultan started collecting money for his own blood band so that no other person die in absence of blood.

Dil To Baccha Hai Ji

Dil to Baccha Hai Ji showcases the important aspect of blood donation and reveals how important it to save a life in need. It is one the case where donating blood strengthen the human values and make the bond stronger. Shruti Haasan as Nikki Narang runs blood donations camps.

Laal Rang

Story of running an illegal blood bank and the business behind it. Randeep Hooda plays the character who runs the business, unknown to everyone. Laal Rang shows the true colors of criminals and the activities involved behind running an illegal blood bank business and the money making business behind it.

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