Gandhi, My Father

Gandhi, My Father

With Gandhi My Father, producer Anil Kapoor and director Feroz Abbas Khan have shed light onto Gandhi the person, rather than Gandhi the icon. Using Gandhi’s political career as a canvas, the film paints a picture of his intricate, complex, and strained relationship with his son Harilal Gandhi.

The account of troubled relationship between Mahatma Gandhi and his eldest son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gandhi, My Father torrent reviews

Justin M (mx) wrote: Its true. To be a fan of the Cubs is to be a fan of epic losers. A fun documentary about a ball club that hasn't won anything in 100 years, and yet their fan base grows bigger and bigger each season. These guys are what the "Bad News Bears" wannabe when they get older! It was fun to hear the stories of old about when the team was regarded as the best in the world but it did get a bit repetitive hearing random celebs talk about how majestic and wonderful it was to be at a Cubs game over and over again. Fan of sports? Do check!

Marek S (br) wrote: Clich-ridden ghost story, complete with cat-related jump scares and tableware flying of the shelves. The idea of house arresting the protagonist in a haunted house is engaging, but not enough to carry the movie.

Maciej M (de) wrote: ?wietne nieme kino! U?mia?em si? jak nigdy. Forma wizualna filmu dok?adnie taka jak w filmach Chaplina, jednak humor bardzo wsp?czesny.

Kerry J (br) wrote: A very "Secret" like movie

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.

Alejandro E (it) wrote: Usando leyendas populares como refrencia, es una aventura de fantasia magica que sabe entretener sin grandes aspavientos. Buena opcion para un fin de semana.

michael b (kr) wrote: pure chessey, b-movie gold

Kristen W (nl) wrote: Totally silly, but kind of a fun send-up of the classic whodunit.

Jeff B (ca) wrote: Myrna Loy and Cary Grant with a little bit of Shirley Temple and Rudy Vallee? What could go wrong? Well, I don't really know what did, but there's a lot of empty space in this film that could have been filled with jokes. Grant is funny whenever he's mugging to the camera or acting befuddled, but Loy has hardly anything interesting to do and Shirley Temple is annoying (by virtue of her part in the movie) for almost the whole time she's on-screen. It was okay... at best.

Dan G (fr) wrote: Moments of very interesting direction, with a quirky mystery premise and sharp dialogue. A solid noir all around.

Christopher B (gb) wrote: Possibly the most classic of the Rogers-Astaire films. With the best songs too.

Peyton P (au) wrote: The excessive violence almost drowned out all signs of intelligence and thought provoking ideas this movie brought to the table. Keyword almost.