Gandhi Jayanti 2017: Five extraordinary on-screen portrayals of Mahatma Gandhi

Here are a tip 5 films formed on Mahatma Gandhi!

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, a name that has turn synonymous with India’s quarrel for Independence, has been one such figure who is famous all over a universe for his radical methods of fighting injustice. From ‘Ahimsa’ to ‘Satyagraha,’ Gandhian techniques are followed by leaders worldwide.

So many so, that any story on a Indian leisure onslaught becomes deficient yet his mention. And today, on his 148th birth anniversary that is distinguished as Gandhi Jayanti each year, brings to we 5 tip portrayals of a leisure warrior in Bollywood films we should really give a watch:

1. Gandhi (1982)

Ben Kingsley’s sheer description of Gandhiji in this 1982 Richard Attenborough film really tops a draft since it not usually brought to light one of a many true-to-life cinema on a Indian autonomy onslaught yet also on a Indian leisure fighter. It even went on to win an Oscar and is mostly called one of a many consummate biopics ever made.

2. Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006)

This Sanjay Dutt film facilities one of a many interesting portrayals of Gandhiji in new times. Lage Raho Munna Bhai done Gandhiji, played by Marathi actor Dilip Prabhavalkar, some-more relatable to a younger generation. More because, rather than focusing on Mahatma Gandhi and his life, a film focused on Gandhian beliefs and how they can be incorporated in a complicated universe today.

3. Hey Ram (2000)

This Kamal Haasan film starred Naseeruddin Shah in a purpose of Mahatma Gandhi yet primarily Mohan Gokhale was a one ostensible to letter a role. A punish tale by a plant of partition, this is one such plan that comes with a opposite viewpoint on Gandhiji. Hey Ram is formed on a life of a common male Saket Ram (Kamal Haasan) and how his life is shabby by Mahatma Gandhi. The film also starred Rani Mukerji, Shah Rukh Khan and Hema Malini.

4. Gandhi, My Father (2007)

Starring Akshaye Khanna as Gandhiji’s son, this film saw acclaimed actor Darshan Jariwala step into boots of a ‘Father of The Nation’. But instead of articulate about Mahatma Gandhi’s domestic life, it focused on his personal one and his attribute with his son, Harilal.

5. Gandhi Se Mahatma Tak (1996)

Also famous as The Making of a Mahatma, a film has a opposite opinion on Gandhiji as it shows how a South African attorney became a Mahatma of India. Rajit Kapoor’s opening in a lead purpose is remembered by fans even today.

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