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Gandhi My Father - A Must Watch
Jan 11, 2009 01:08 PMRead
I am a die hard fan of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi a.k.a. Mahatma Gandhi, whom we also know as father of the nation. I have seen Gandhi, which won 8 Oscar awards and have thoroughly enjoyed the movie. I knew that a play called Gandhi V/S Gandhi was made by Feroz Abbas Khan (but never got the chan...Read More

Aug 09, 2007 11:51 AMRead
There are many movies made on the father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi but they have all portrayed how Gandhi helped our nation in achieving independence. Here comes a movie, Gandhi My Father, which throws light on the personal life of Gandhiji and the relationship he shared with his son, Harila...Read More

Gandhi My Father – powerful, yet incomplete.
Apr 12, 2009 09:22 AMRead
Rarely in the history of Indian cinema do we touch upon such a sensitive topic! The failed relationship between a father and a son is poignant enough. But when it is about the Father of the Nation and his prodigal son – it wrings your heart and gives you an amazing insight into the burden of bei...Read More


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Feb 26, 2008 08:42 AMRead
No doubt a classy job wheretechnicalities are concerned….camera work out of this world…setsamazing….performances astounding….costumes ekdum apt….butsomewhere down the line the film makes you feel that something lackssomewhere….though the first time director Feroz Abbas Khan h...Read More

Honest attempt!
Nov 27, 2007 07:48 PMRead
"Gandhi, my Father" is a movie on Mahatma Gandhi shown from the point of view from how he was as a father especially to his son Harilal Gandhi.HariLal Gandhi skipped his education frequently due to Gandhiji's frequent tarvel to and fro from South Africa to India, then he was not interested i...Read More

A tremendous oppurtunity wasted
Sep 07, 2007 11:30 PMRead
Now when the first still of Gandhi my father was put up I was excited about this film and thought it would be indias great chance at oscar(considering Gandhijis popularity) if done well but After seeing the film must say its a tremendous oopurtunity wasted.I dont understand what director wna...Read More

I was always waitin 4 d subject to b flimd
Sep 07, 2007 03:45 PMRead
Gandhiji being my ideal I have read lot of books on him and I new about the problem he faced in explaining his own virtues to his own family. Hav to appreciate that some one choose such an complicated topic to b flimed. so this flim had  my attention from the beginning.Entering the theater t...Read More

A compelling tale...
Aug 22, 2007 07:40 PMRead
This is the only choice today for those who love some good movies, as opposed to only light hearted fun. To each his own... But if you go in for some good stuff, do not miss this one.This is a thought-provoking, tightly woven story revolving around 3 characters- Mahatma Gandhi, Kasturba Gand...Read More

Gandhi and the aspect of his relationship of elder
Aug 22, 2007 06:52 AMRead
The author has brilliantly brought to my mind need to update my thinking on Gandhi and his relationship with his elder son.what ever happens in all homes same did happen there too.a mother always keep her total love to her first son, she may have ten children but the first son is her god.Eve...Read More

Who Am I?
Aug 19, 2007 06:53 PMRead
Finally a biopic of a faded person hidden behind the stupefying curse of an (in?)FAMOUS father.*The father of the nation! M K Gandhi.This name has been an aura and an enigma to those who have the distinct quality of a very logical and a practical brain! "I will pray to god to forgive him...Read More

Living in the shadow of Mahatma
Aug 18, 2007 05:11 PMRead
The story is not about Gandhi, or about the freedom struggle. The story is about Harilal Gandhi, Mahatma's son, fails to cope with his father's fame, peer pressure, and a turbulent life. Not a very smart businessman, Harilal dreams of becoming a lawyer, and thus attaining fame in a fashion simil...Read More

Rich (Poor) Dad Poor (Poor) Son
Aug 18, 2007 04:40 PMRead
*More sequels to come (disclaimer: purely as per my imagination):Gandhi my sonGandhi my BrotherGandhi my Father II, III and IV* (on Gandhi and his second, third and youngest son relationships respectively)And so onCast: Akshay Khanna (Harilal), rest don’t remember although ac...Read More

A film worth watching
Aug 16, 2007 06:33 AMRead
I saw Gandhi my Father awhile ago. I found the film good though I would say that it was a bit of a slow movie but I think that Feroz Abbas Khan and Anil Kapoor deserve  credit for attempting to make a film on a new subject, and making a movie about Gandhi's personal life. I think its interesting...Read More

Just Watch it !!!
Aug 15, 2007 10:39 PMRead
Simply a movie with no Special thing about it. Just a regular story (true a certain extent I am sure) with no great special effects, no special sound effects, no great cinematography, no songs, no climax, no famous casting, no switzerland shots (ofcourse ;)......THEN???Yet, J...Read More

Realistic Movie
Aug 09, 2007 11:18 PMRead
Gandhi My Father“Gandhi se bada is duniya main kuch nahin hai”In the history of Hindi cinema it was for the first time that we came across such a heart-touching story based on father and son relationship. It defines the real characters of Gandhi’s own family, his principles, his beliefs ...Read More

The little boy lost.....
Aug 08, 2007 12:50 PMRead
There is an old poem by William Blake (1791) called “The Little Boy Lost”, that seems to describe the way Harilal Gandhi related to his awe-inspiring, larger than life father, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi…“Father! Father! Where are you going?O do not walk so fast.Speak, father, speak t...Read More

A poignant tale: Mahatma vs. Gandhi
Aug 07, 2007 02:04 PMRead
I, from the bottom of my heart, believe that this Bohn quote is only half true when it comes to Gandhi, My Father. I would do so much as to stand up and fight whosoever accuses Feroz Abbas Khan of pretension. He has made a bad movie, agreed.He has made a stupefying bore, agreed. At time the ...Read More

Gandhi goes 'Elf'-y
Aug 07, 2007 10:45 AMRead
"One family's tragedy was the price of a nation's freedom".Reads the tagline that is moving and so is the plot. The circumstances are acute and touch anyone’s sensitive nerves, but the treatment is not upto the plot which had such tremendous potential.A forcibly done cinematic adaptation of ...Read More

Aug 06, 2007 06:49 PMRead
If you had any expectations from this movie forget them and just watch richard attenboroughs version of gandhi again  , as mr .kapoor and feroz abbas khan are entirely lost as how to interpret one of the few non-controversial figures from indian sub-continent .The movie kicks off with a dyin...Read More

One Film that forces you to THINK???
Aug 06, 2007 03:37 PMRead
*The wind might lift me and throw me in the tide, The waves might tear me, for its strength is wide.I might never rise again, or I might rise higher if destiny allows, But let me be myself for once, a kite in the deep blue sky.And this thought is the source that makes the film Gandhi My Fath...Read More


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