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Gandhi


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Genre : Biography | Drama | History
Awards : 8 Oscars, 26 wins & 16 nominations
language : English Movie English
Printed Format : Colour
Release Year : 1982
Release Info : 8 Dec 1982
Aspect Ratios : 2.20:1
 
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Three Stars
Barry John
Barry John
Police Superintendant

Three Stars
Dalip Tahil
Dalip Tahil
Zia (as Daleep Tahil)

Two Stars
Alok Nath
Alok Nath
Tyeb Mohammed

Four Stars
Rohini Hattangadi
Rohini Hattangadi
Mrs. Kasturba M. Gandhi (as Rohini Hattangady)

Three Stars
Tom Alter
Tom Alter
Doctor at Aga Khan Palace

Three Stars
Saeed Jaffrey
Saeed Jaffrey
Sardar Valabhhai Patel

Three Stars
Sudhir Dalvi
Sudhir Dalvi
Police Commissioner (as Sudheer Dalavi)

Three Stars
Mohan Agashe
Mohan Agashe
Tyeb Mohammed's Friend

  

Other Artists


  Supriya Pathak as   Manu - Gandhi's Niece
  Neena Gupta as   Abha - Gandhi's Niece (as Nina Gupta)
  Jalal Agha as   Traveller on Train Roof
  Shreeram Lagoo as   Professor Gokhale
  Tarla Mehta as   Sarojini Naidu
  Anang Desai as   J.B. Kripalani
  Pankaj Kapur as   Pyarelal
  Rahul Gupta as   Boy with Goat
  Gurcharan Singh as   Speaker in Jallianwalla Bagh
  Vijay Crishna as   Chauffeur
  Amarjeet as   Goondas (as Amargit)
  Sudarshan Sethi as   Motilal Nehru
  Virendra Razdan as   Maulana Azad
  Roshan Seth as   Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
  Vijay Kashyap as   Apte
  Tilak Raj as   Tahib
  K K Raina as   Nehru's Friend
  Vinay Apte as   Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
  Colin Farrell as   Clerk
  Martin Sheen as   Vince Walker
  Habib Tanvir as   Indian Barrister (as Habib Tanveer)
  Sunila Pradhan as   Mrs. Motilal Nehru
  John Clements as   Advocate General
  Roop Kumar Razdan as   Hindu Youth at Ashram
  Hansu Mehta as   Older Indian Reporter
  David Gant as   Daniels
  Ben Kingsley as   Mohandas K. Gandhi
  Bani Sharad Joshi as   Woman Refugee
  Winston Ntshona as   South African Train Porter
  William Hoyland as   Adjutant
  Harsh Nayyar as   Nathuran Godse
  Norman Chancer as   Reporter
  Chandrakant Thakkar as   Policeman
  Aswani Kumar as   Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
  Edward Fox as   Gen. Reginald Dyer
  Bernard Hill as   Sergeant Putnam
  Nigam Prakash as   Karkare
  Jack McKenzie as   Major at Aga Khan Palace
  Sanjeev Puri as   Young Man
  Sunil Shende as   Goondas
  Suhas Palshikar as   Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
  Avis Bunnage as   Colin's Mother
  Candice Bergen as   Margaret Bourke-White
  Gulshan Kapoor as   Rich Merchant
  Bhatawadekar Prakash as   Goondas
  Peter Cartwright as   European Passenger
  Gareth Forwood as   Secretary
  Shekhar Chatterjee as   Suhrawardy
  Sudhanshu Mishra as   Man in Gallery
  Pratap Desai as   Goondas
  Marius Weyers as   Conductor
  Wilson George as   American Reporter
  Ian Bannen as   Senior Police Officer Fields
  Bernard Hepton as   G.O.C.
  Stewart Harwood as   Prison Officer
  Brian Oulton as   Clerk of Court
  James Snell as   Court Reporter
  John Quentin as   Batsman
  Gerald Sim as   Magistrate
  Alpna Gupta as   Villager's Wife
  Rajeshwar Nath as   Marcher at Chauri Chaura
  Caroline Hutchison as   Sonja Schlesin
  Anthony Sagger as   Ramdas Gandhi
  Moti Makan as   Traveller on Train Roof
  John Ratzenberger as   American Lt., driver for Bourke-White
  Jyoti Sarup as   Young Indian Reporter
  Manohar Pitale as   Shukla
  Dilsher Singh as   Abdul Ghaffar Khan
  Keith Drinkel as   Major
  Raja Biswas as   Nehru's Friend
  Geraldine James as   Mirabehn
  Pren Kapoor as   Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
  Trevor Howard as   Judge Broomfield
  Ernest Clark as   Lord Hunter
  Rovil Sinha as   Goondas
  Ray Burdis as   Youth
  Michael Godley as   Clergyman
  Stanley Lebor as   Police Officer
  John Gielgud as   Lord Irwin
  Avpar Jhita as   Manilal Gandhi
  James Cossins as   Brigadier
  Richard Leech as   Brigadier
  Sankalp Dubey as   Servant
  Geoffrey Chater as   Government Advocate
  Pankaj Mohan as   Mahadev Desai
  John Boxer as   Court Reporter
  Irpinder Puri as   Sushila Nayyar
  Shreedhar Joshi as   Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
  Ian Charleson as   Rev. Charlie Andrews
  Raj Chaturvedi as   Harilal Gandhi
  Graham Seed as   Wicket-Keeper
  Athol Fugard as   Gen. Jan Christiaan Smuts
  Michael Bryant as   Principal Secretary
  Nigel Hawthorne as   Kinnoch
  Charu Bala Chokshi as   Ayah
  John Patrick as   Mounted Police Sergeant
  John Naylor as   English Reporter
  Gerard Norman as   Court Reporter
  Karkirat Singh as   Nehru's Aide
  Rupert Frazer as   Cavalry Troop Leader
  Aadil as   Policeman at Chauri Chaura
  Alyque Padamsee as   Mohammed Ali Jinnah
  Prabhakar Patankar as   Prakash
  Dina Nath as   Miner
  David Markham as   Older Englishman
  Ken Hutchison as   Police Sergeant
  Christopher Good as   Young Englishman
  Bernard Horsfall as   General Edgar
  Terrence Hardiman as   Ramsay MacDonald
  Jon Croft as   Colonel
  Jane Myerson as   Lady Edwina Mountbatten
  Peter Harlowe as   Lord Louis Mountbatten
  Bob Babenia as   Police Guard (as Bob Barbenia)
  Monica Gupta as   Little Girl
  Richard Griffiths as   Collins
  Richard Mayes as   Baker
  Stanley McGeagh as   Prison Guard
  Rama Kant Jha as   Village Leader
  Avinash Dogra as   Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
  Stephen M Silverman as   British Officer (uncredited)
  Daniel Peacock as   Youth
  Michael Hordern as   Sir George Hodge
  Vivek Swaroop as   Nehru's Friend
  SS Thakur as   Marcher at Chauri Chaura
  Dean Gasper as   Singh
  Homi Daruvala as   Nehru's Friend
  John Savident as   Manager of the Mine
  John Vine as   A.D.C.
  David Sibley as   Subaltern
  Derek Lyons as   Radio Reporter at Funeral (uncredited)
  John Mills as   Lord Chelmsford
  Dominic Guard as   Subaltern
  Richard Vernon as   Sir Edward Gait
  Shane Rimmer as   Radio Commentator at Funeral
  Subhash Gupta as   Policeman at Chauri Chaura
  Günther Maria Halmer as   Dr. Herman Kallenbach (as Gunter Maria Halmer)
  Daniel Day-Lewis as   Colin (as Daniel Day Lewis)
  

Cast and Crew

Mohandas K. Gandhi
Margaret Bourke-White
Gen. Reginald Dyer
Lord Irwin
Judge Broomfield
Lord Chelmsford
Vince Walker
Rev. Charlie Andrews
Gen. Jan Christiaan Smuts
Dr. Herman Kallenbach (as Gunter Maria Halmer)
Sardar Valabhhai Patel
Mirabehn
Mohammed Ali Jinnah
Khan
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
Mrs. Kasturba M. Gandhi (as Rohini Hattangady)
Senior Police Officer Fields
Principal Secretary
Advocate General
Collins
Kinnoch
G.O.C.
Sir George Hodge
Professor Gokhale
Nahari
Maulana Azad
Sir Edward Gait
Nathuran Godse
Prakash
Apte
Karkare
Manu - Gandhi's Niece
Abha - Gandhi's Niece (as Nina Gupta)
Radio Commentator at Funeral
Lord Louis Mountbatten
J.B. Kripalani
South African Train Porter
European Passenger
Conductor
Baker
Tyeb Mohammed
Singh
Police Sergeant
Reporter
Rich Merchant
Ayah
Harilal Gandhi
Manilal Gandhi
Ramdas Gandhi
Daniels
Colin (as Daniel Day Lewis)
Youth
Youth
Colin's Mother
Sonja Schlesin
Tyeb Mohammed's Friend
Man in Gallery
Miner
Manager of the Mine
Mounted Police Sergeant
Clergyman
Prison Officer
Prison Guard
Young Englishman
Older Englishman
Young Indian Reporter
English Reporter
American Reporter
Older Indian Reporter
Motilal Nehru
Mrs. Motilal Nehru
Traveller on Train Roof
Traveller on Train Roof
Cavalry Troop Leader
Shukla
Nehru's Friend
Nehru's Friend
Nehru's Friend
Nehru's Friend
Subaltern
Sergeant Putnam
Village Leader
Villager
Villager's Wife
Policeman
Batsman
Wicket-Keeper
Major
Police Guard (as Bob Barbenia)
Magistrate
Clerk
Young Man
Secretary
Chauffeur
Servant
Brigadier
Speaker in Jallianwalla Bagh
A.D.C.
Government Advocate
Lord Hunter
Indian Barrister (as Habib Tanveer)
Mahadev Desai
Policeman at Chauri Chaura
 Aadil
Policeman at Chauri Chaura
Marcher at Chauri Chaura
Marcher at Chauri Chaura
Boy with Goat
Police Superintendant
Clerk of Court
Court Reporter
Court Reporter
Court Reporter
General Edgar
Brigadier
Pyarelal
Sarojini Naidu
Subaltern
Zia (as Daleep Tahil)
Police Officer
Ramsay MacDonald
Little Girl
Colonel
Adjutant
American Lt., driver for Bourke-White
Major at Aga Khan Palace
Doctor at Aga Khan Palace
Lady Edwina Mountbatten
Hindu Youth at Ashram
Woman Refugee
Man Refugee
Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Police Commissioner (as Sudheer Dalavi)
Tahib
Sushila Nayyar
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Nehru's Aide
Suhrawardy
Goondas (as Amargit)
Goondas
Goondas
Goondas
Goondas
Radio Reporter at Funeral (uncredited)
British Officer (uncredited)
 
 
 
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