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Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara Reviews

Apr 11, 2006 11:45 PMRead
Cast:Professor Uttam Chaudhary: Anupam KherTrisha: Urmila MatondkarRonu: Rajat KapoorDoctor: Praveen DabasLawyer: Boman IraniProducer: Anupam KherDirector: Janu BaruaWho should watch this movieif you like anupam kher in serious roles with depthif you like ...Read More

In Defence of Prof. Uttam Choudhary
Apr 08, 2006 08:07 PMRead
The day was 30 January 1948 – yes – the Day Nathuram Godse assassinated Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the man we know as Mahatma Gandhi. Undoubtedly, a sad day and a watershed in the history of India, the day, however, had a special significance in the life of a boy, who grew up later ...Read More

Sensitive, but grim and stale
Jan 02, 2006 07:57 PMRead
'Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara' starts out to be well-meaning, promising, and purposeful, and then after a while gets totally lost in its tracks not quite knowing what to do with itself, and finally ends up being a stale and pointless movie.The fact that it is a well acted drama doesn't help ma...Read More


Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara
Definitely Watchable
Jan 02, 2006 10:29 AMRead
After 'Madhoshi' and 'Main aisa hi hoon' comes another movie focussing on a person affected by a mental illness (be it schizophrenia, Alzhiemer's or something else). But surprisingly, this one lives to tell its tale. There are no girls falling in love and sleeping with imaginary anti terrorist o...Read More

Nov 19, 2005 06:12 AMRead
Anupam Kher is one of finest actors inhabit the silver screen in the history of Hindi films, and Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara only reinforces his brilliance. Produced by Kher, and directed by Janua Barua, the film stars Anupam Kher as Professor Choudhary, and Urmilla Matondkar as his daughter, Tri...Read More

...but what about story? You killed it.
Oct 11, 2005 12:47 AMRead
When I started writing this review, I was in a great dilemma whether to recommend this movie or not. But eventually I thought its watchable once or twice………so it was fortunate.NOTE:I am here just going to elaborate what I felt strongly about it or you can say the only cons which I found in it. S...Read More

Indian Film Industry explores the untouched domain
Oct 09, 2005 08:37 PMRead
Director: Jahnu BaruaProducer: Anupam P. KherCast: Anupam P. Kher, Urmila Matondkar, Parvin Dabas, Rajit Kapur, Boman Irani, Sudhir Joshi, Raju Kher, Vishwaas Paandya, Prem Chopra and Waheeda RehmanMusic: Bappi LahiriCinematography: Raaj A. ChakravartiScreenplay: Sanjay Chouh...Read More

Sensibility in Gandhi's name
Oct 08, 2005 03:32 PMRead
In an age when more and more senseless, tasteless films are churned out week after week in the name of entertainment, it's a relief to watch a film like ''Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara''. The film is directed by the acclaimed Assamese director Jahnu Barua who has made a film in Hindi for the first ...Read More

Different and very original!!!
Oct 07, 2005 04:25 AMRead
Who would dare to make a Hindi film on an old man who is suffering from Alzheimer`s disease? Who would dare to make a film in Bollywood, which has no 'hero-heroine' element in it? Not many filmmakers would dare to make such a film in Bollywood, where films are being made whose scripts are stolen...Read More

Oct 04, 2005 08:44 PMRead
WhenI went to watch this movieI was expecting a lot of Gandhism, but to my surprise it wasn't there. Gandhi name is just used for marketing the movie. Although in the end they have kept a hypocritic speech mentioning ''how Indians have forgotton Gandhian Principle''.Basically, 'MaineGandhi k...Read More

The loneliest man is the one who loses himself.
Oct 01, 2005 01:13 AMRead
''Maine Gandhi ko Nahin Mara'' is NOT a film about Gandhiji or Gandhian ideals...if you expect it to be so, you will be disappointed.PLOT-The story centers around Professor Uttam Chaudhary (Anupam Kher), a 65 year old man living in present day Bombay with two of his three children, Trish...Read More


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