Steve Rogers aka Captain America in "The Winter Solder"
Steve Rogers aka Captain America in "The Winter Solder"Press Release

The upcoming instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Captain America: Civil War," will released in the United States and India on Friday, May 6. Ahead of that, many fans will want to refresh their memory with the events that led to the war between the Avengers. It is for those fans that Zee Studio is airing "Captain America: The Winter Solder" on Saturday, April 30.

Spoilers Ahead

As most Marvel fans already know, "Captain America: Civil War" is all about the tussles within the superhero collective of Avengers. Once close friends, Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) are fighting each other because they each believe they are on the right side.

Their major point of disagreement is one believes a governing body should monitor superheroes, while the other disagrees. Surprisingly, it is Tony Stark that wants such a body. When Cap's close friend Bucky aka the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) becomes a target of the international governing body, he steps in and becomes an enemy of the body and by default, Iron Man.

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How did the Winter Soldier become the target, though? What is his relationship with the Cap? Why does Falcon (Anthony Mackie) join the Captain's side in the civil war?

The answers to all the questions lie in the preceding movie in the "Captain America" franchise. "The Winter Soldier" had showed that Bucky Barnes was a soldier who fought beside the Captain during World War II. He was captured and experimented upon during the time, and unfortunately he still obeys anyone who says the trigger word.

Refresh your memory regarding the origin story of Bucky and his relationship with the Captain when Zee Studio airs "Captain America: Civil War" at 1 p.m. (IST) and 11 p.m. (IST) on Saturday, April 30. 

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