Critical of both Gandhi and Nehru of not exhibiting enough zeal to force the British to quit India, Subhas Chandra Bose eventually gets arrested and is subsequently expelled from British India for rebelling against oppression and racism. He marries Austrian Michaela and both sire a daughter, Anita. After the beginning of World War II, he enlists the support of Nazi Germany to raise an army to fight the British and force them to leave India.
His overtures do find some favor with the Nazis, albeit not with Adolf Hitler himself who had made it known that he considers Indians an inferior race and incapable of governing themselves. After Japan’s entry in the war, he travels there, forms the first ever female regiment and sets out to wage war against the British and their allies.