Gandhi (film)

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Whenever I despair, I remember that the way of truth and love has always won. There may be tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they may seem invincible, but in the end, they always fail. Think of it: always.
Mohandas K. Gandhi.
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A 1982 Epic Movie directed by Richard Attenborough, Gandhi is the bio-pic of Mohandas K. Gandhi, aka Mahatma Gandhi. The titular role was played by Ben Kingsley in his star making Oscar-winning role. Its story concerns Gandhi as he leads the non-violent fight for India’s independence from the British Empire. Along the way, he earns the respect of much of the world and enemies of all forms.

In addition to Kingsley’s award, this won seven other Oscars, including Best Picture, and it holds the record for biggest cast, having around 300,000 people including extras.

For the individual, see the page Mahatma Gandhi.

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