Neha Pednekar: I believe the day we achieve freedom of expression, in the form of equality irrespective of caste, creed, sexuality or gender, we would have achieved freedom in the true sense.
Sriti Jha: I don't think India is as independent or as free willed as our ancestors left it to be. Jawaharlal Nehru on the occasion of independence, in his speech, spoke about a free nation that he envisioned. I really think we are still quite far from that India, since there is still a huge chunk of population that struggles for a basic living and a lot of people do not understand their responsibility towards a free nation. Karanvir Bohra: If there's one thing I could change about us in the country, I'll root for freedom of expression, free will and being less judgemental about each other. The world is moving fast, we need to catch up and for that we require a revolution in the kind of thinking and mindsets to begin with. Achint Kaur: With the way India has moved forward in over 60 years, yes, we have gained independence. But if one were to take a look at some of the disturbing things happening in the country, it is equally evident that we have miles to go before we can truly feel proud. Roopal Tyagi: The country's mass mentality has evolved gradually but needs to be liberated further, especially the double standards displayed by men at times. I know modern educated young men who still have a narrow-minded view when it comes to modern girls - it's exasperating. I think above all else, mindsets need to change as soon as possible... the rest will follow.