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Poster of Gandhi

Gandhi

Release Date: 1982-11-30 (39 years ago)
Portrait of Ben KingsleyBen Kingsley
Mahatma Gandhi
Ben Kingsley was:
Portrait of Candice BergenCandice Bergen
Margaret Bourke-White
Candice Bergen was:
Portrait of Edward FoxEdward Fox
General Dyer
Edward Fox was:
Portrait of John GielgudJohn Gielgud
Lord Irwin
John Gielgud was:
Portrait of Trevor HowardTrevor Howard
Judge Broomfield
Trevor Howard was:
Portrait of John MillsJohn Mills
Lord Chelmsford
John Mills was:
Portrait of Martin SheenMartin Sheen
Vince Walker
Martin Sheen was:
Portrait of Ian CharlesonIan Charleson
Reverend Charlie Andrews
Ian Charleson was:
Portrait of Athol FugardAthol Fugard
General Jan Christiaan Smuts
Athol Fugard was:
Portrait of Günther Maria HalmerGünther Maria Halmer
Dr. Herman Kallenbach
Günther Maria Halmer was:
Portrait of Saeed JaffreySaeed Jaffrey
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
Saeed Jaffrey was:
Portrait of Geraldine JamesGeraldine James
Mirabehn
Geraldine James was:
Portrait of Alyque PadamseeAlyque Padamsee
Mohammad Ali Jinnah
Alyque Padamsee was:
Portrait of Amrish PuriAmrish Puri
Khan
Amrish Puri was:
Portrait of Roshan SethRoshan Seth
Pandit Nehru
Roshan Seth was:
Portrait of Rohini HattangadiRohini Hattangadi
Kasturba Gandhi
Rohini Hattangadi was:
Portrait of Ian BannenIan Bannen
Senior Police Officer
Ian Bannen was:
Portrait of Michael BryantMichael Bryant
Principal Secretary
Michael Bryant was:
Portrait of John ClementsJohn Clements
Advocate General
John Clements was:
Portrait of Richard GriffithsRichard Griffiths
Collins
Richard Griffiths was:
Portrait of Nigel HawthorneNigel Hawthorne
Kinnoch
Nigel Hawthorne was:
Portrait of Bernard HeptonBernard Hepton
G.O.C.
Bernard Hepton was:
Portrait of Michael HordernMichael Hordern
Sir George Hodge
Michael Hordern was:
Portrait of Shreeram LagooShreeram Lagoo
Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Shreeram Lagoo was:
Portrait of Virendra RazdanVirendra Razdan
Maulana Azad
Virendra Razdan was:
Portrait of Richard VernonRichard Vernon
Sir Edward Gait
Richard Vernon was:
Portrait of Harsh NayyarHarsh Nayyar
Nathuran Godse
Harsh Nayyar was:
Portrait of Prabhakar PatankarPrabhakar Patankar
Prakash
Prabhakar Patankar was:
Portrait of Vijay KashyapVijay Kashyap
Apte
Vijay Kashyap was:
Portrait of Nigam PrakashNigam Prakash
Karkare
Nigam Prakash was:
Portrait of Supriya PathakSupriya Pathak
Manu
Supriya Pathak was:
Portrait of Neena GuptaNeena Gupta
Abha
Neena Gupta was:
Portrait of Shane RimmerShane Rimmer
Commentator
Shane Rimmer was:
Portrait of Peter HarlowePeter Harlowe
Lord Mountbatten
Peter Harlowe was:
Portrait of Anang DesaiAnang Desai
J.B. Kripalani
Anang Desai was:
Portrait of Winston NtshonaWinston Ntshona
Porter
Winston Ntshona was:
Portrait of Peter CartwrightPeter Cartwright
European Passenger
Peter Cartwright was:
Portrait of Marius WeyersMarius Weyers
Conductor
Marius Weyers was:
Portrait of Richard MayesRichard Mayes
Baker
Richard Mayes was:
Portrait of Alok NathAlok Nath
Tyeb Mohammed
Alok Nath was:
Portrait of Dean GasperDean Gasper
Singh
Dean Gasper was:
Portrait of Ken HutchisonKen Hutchison
Police Sergeant
Ken Hutchison was:
Portrait of Norman ChancerNorman Chancer
Reporter
Norman Chancer was:
Portrait of Gulshan KapoorGulshan Kapoor
Rich Merchant
Gulshan Kapoor was:
Portrait of Charu Bala ChokshiCharu Bala Chokshi
Ayah
Charu Bala Chokshi was:
Portrait of Raj ChaturvediRaj Chaturvedi
Harilal Gandhi
Raj Chaturvedi was:
Portrait of Avpar JhitaAvpar Jhita
Manilal Gandhi
Avpar Jhita was:
Portrait of Anthony SaggerAnthony Sagger
Ramdas Gandhi
Anthony Sagger was:
Portrait of Om PuriOm Puri
Nahari (uncredited)
Om Puri was:
Portrait of David GantDavid Gant
Daniels
David Gant was:
Portrait of Daniel Day-LewisDaniel Day-Lewis
Colin
Daniel Day-Lewis was:
Portrait of Ray BurdisRay Burdis
Youth
Ray Burdis was:
Portrait of Daniel PeacockDaniel Peacock
Youth
Daniel Peacock was:
Portrait of Avis BunnageAvis Bunnage
Colin's Mother
Avis Bunnage was:
Portrait of Caroline HutchisonCaroline Hutchison
Sonja Schlesin
Caroline Hutchison was:
Portrait of Mohan AgasheMohan Agashe
Tyeb Mohammed's Friend
Mohan Agashe was:
Portrait of Sudhanshu MishraSudhanshu Mishra
Man in Gallery
Sudhanshu Mishra was:
Portrait of Dina NathDina Nath
Miner
Dina Nath was:
Portrait of John SavidentJohn Savident
Manager of the Mine
John Savident was:
Portrait of John PatrickJohn Patrick
Mounted Police Sergeant
John Patrick was:
Portrait of Michael GodleyMichael Godley
Clergyman
Michael Godley was:
Portrait of Stewart HarwoodStewart Harwood
Prison Officer
Stewart Harwood was:
Portrait of Stanley McGeaghStanley McGeagh
Prison Guard
Stanley McGeagh was:
Portrait of Christopher GoodChristopher Good
Young Englishman
Christopher Good was:
Portrait of David MarkhamDavid Markham
Older Englishman
David Markham was:
Portrait of Jyoti SarupJyoti Sarup
Young Indian Reporter
Jyoti Sarup was:
Portrait of John NaylorJohn Naylor
English Reporter
John Naylor was:
Portrait of Wilson GeorgeWilson George
American Reporter
Wilson George was:
Portrait of Hanshu MehtaHanshu Mehta
Older Indian Reporter
Hanshu Mehta was:
Portrait of Sudarshan SethiSudarshan Sethi
Motilal Nehru
Sudarshan Sethi was:
Portrait of Sunila PradhanSunila Pradhan
Mrs. Motilal Nehru
Sunila Pradhan was:
Portrait of Moti MakanMoti Makan
Traveller on Train Roof
Moti Makan was:
Portrait of Jalal AghaJalal Agha
Traveller on Train Roof
Jalal Agha was:
Portrait of Rupert FrazerRupert Frazer
Cavalry Troop Leader
Rupert Frazer was:
Portrait of Manohar PitaleManohar Pitale
Shukla
Manohar Pitale was:
Portrait of Homi DaruvalaHomi Daruvala
Nehru's Friend
Homi Daruvala was:
Portrait of K.K. RainaK.K. Raina
Nehru's Friend
K.K. Raina was:
Portrait of Vivek SwaroopVivek Swaroop
Nehru's Friend
Vivek Swaroop was:
Portrait of Raja BiswasRaja Biswas
Nehru's Friend
Raja Biswas was:
Portrait of Dominic GuardDominic Guard
Subaltern
Dominic Guard was:
Portrait of Bernard HillBernard Hill
Sergeant Putnam
Bernard Hill was:
Portrait of Rama Kant JhaRama Kant Jha
Village Leader
Rama Kant Jha was:
Portrait of Nana PalsikarNana Palsikar
Villager
Nana Palsikar was:
Portrait of Alpna GuptaAlpna Gupta
Villager's Wife
Alpna Gupta was:
Portrait of Chandrakant ThakkarChandrakant Thakkar
Policeman
Chandrakant Thakkar was:
Portrait of John QuentinJohn Quentin
Batsman
John Quentin was:
Portrait of Graham SeedGraham Seed
Wicket-Keeper
Graham Seed was:
Portrait of Keith DrinkelKeith Drinkel
Major
Keith Drinkel was:
Portrait of Bob BarbeniaBob Barbenia
Police Guard
Bob Barbenia was:
Portrait of Gerald SimGerald Sim
Magistrate
Gerald Sim was:
Portrait of Colin FarrellColin Farrell
Clerk
Colin Farrell was:
Portrait of Sanjeev PuriSanjeev Puri
Young Man
Sanjeev Puri was:
Portrait of Gareth ForwoodGareth Forwood
Secretary
Gareth Forwood was:
Portrait of Vijay CrishnaVijay Crishna
Chauffeur
Vijay Crishna was:
Portrait of Sankalp DubeySankalp Dubey
Servant
Sankalp Dubey was:
Portrait of James CossinsJames Cossins
Brigadier
James Cossins was:
Portrait of Gurcharan SinghGurcharan Singh
Speaker in Jallianwalla Bagh
Gurcharan Singh was:
Portrait of John VineJohn Vine
A.D.C.
John Vine was:
Portrait of Geoffrey ChaterGeoffrey Chater
Government Advocate
Geoffrey Chater was:
Portrait of Ernest ClarkErnest Clark
Lord Hunter
Ernest Clark was:
Portrait of Habib TanvirHabib Tanvir
Indian Barrister
Habib Tanvir was:
Portrait of Pankaj MohanPankaj Mohan
Mahadev Desai
Pankaj Mohan was:
Portrait of Subhash GuptaSubhash Gupta
Policeman at Chauri Chaura
Subhash Gupta was:
Portrait of AadilAadil
Policeman at Chauri Chaura
Aadil was:
Portrait of Rajeshwar NathRajeshwar Nath
Marcher at Chauri Chaura
Rajeshwar Nath was:
Portrait of S.S. ThakurS.S. Thakur
Marcher at Chauri Chaura
S.S. Thakur was:
Portrait of Rahul GuptaRahul Gupta
Boy with Goat
Rahul Gupta was:
Portrait of Barry JohnBarry John
Police Superintendent
Barry John was:
Portrait of Brian OultonBrian Oulton
Clerk of Court
Brian Oulton was:
Portrait of James SnellJames Snell
Court Reporter
James Snell was:
Portrait of John BoxerJohn Boxer
Court Reporter
John Boxer was:
Portrait of Gerard NormanGerard Norman
Court Reporter
Gerard Norman was:
Portrait of Bernard HorsfallBernard Horsfall
General Edgar
Bernard Horsfall was:
Portrait of Richard LeechRichard Leech
Brigadier
Richard Leech was:
Portrait of Pankaj KapurPankaj Kapur
Pyarelal
Pankaj Kapur was:
Portrait of Tarla MehtaTarla Mehta
Sarojini Naidu
Tarla Mehta was:
Portrait of David SibleyDavid Sibley
Subaltern
David Sibley was:
Portrait of Dalip TahilDalip Tahil
Zia
Dalip Tahil was:
Portrait of Stanley LeborStanley Lebor
Police Officer
Stanley Lebor was:
Portrait of Terrence HardimanTerrence Hardiman
Ramsay MacDonald
Terrence Hardiman was:
Portrait of Monica GuptaMonica Gupta
Little Girl
Monica Gupta was:
Portrait of Jon CroftJon Croft
Colonel
Jon Croft was:
Portrait of William HoylandWilliam Hoyland
Adjutant
William Hoyland was:
Portrait of John RatzenbergerJohn Ratzenberger
American Lieutenant
John Ratzenberger was:
Portrait of Jack McKenzieJack McKenzie
Major at Aga Khan Palace
Jack McKenzie was:
Portrait of Tom AlterTom Alter
Doctor at Aga Khan Palace
Tom Alter was:
Portrait of Jane MyersonJane Myerson
Lady Mountbatten
Jane Myerson was:
Portrait of Roop Kumar RazdanRoop Kumar Razdan
Hindu Youth at Ashram
Roop Kumar Razdan was:
Portrait of Bani Sharad JoshiBani Sharad Joshi
Woman Refugee
Bani Sharad Joshi was:
Portrait of Vagish Kumar SinghVagish Kumar Singh
Man Refugee
Vagish Kumar Singh was:
Portrait of Dilsher SinghDilsher Singh
Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Dilsher Singh was:
Portrait of Sudhir DalviSudhir Dalvi
Police Commissioner
Sudhir Dalvi was:
Portrait of Tilak RajTilak Raj
Tahib
Tilak Raj was:
Portrait of Irpinder PuriIrpinder Puri
Sushila Nayyar
Irpinder Puri was:
Portrait of Pren KapoorPren Kapoor
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Pren Kapoor was:
Portrait of Vinay ApteVinay Apte
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Vinay Apte was:
Portrait of Aswini KumarAswini Kumar
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Aswini Kumar was:
Portrait of Avinash DograAvinash Dogra
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Avinash Dogra was:
Portrait of Shreedhar JoshiShreedhar Joshi
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Shreedhar Joshi was:
Portrait of Suhas PalshikarSuhas Palshikar
Hindu Youth in Calcutta Street
Suhas Palshikar was:
Portrait of Karkirat SinghKarkirat Singh
Nehru's Aide
Karkirat Singh was:
Portrait of Shekhar ChatterjeeShekhar Chatterjee
Suhrawardy
Shekhar Chatterjee was:
Portrait of AmarjeetAmarjeet
Goonda
Amarjeet was:
Portrait of Pratap DesaiPratap Desai
Goonda
Pratap Desai was:
Portrait of Bhatawadekar PrakashBhatawadekar Prakash
Goonda
Bhatawadekar Prakash was:
Portrait of Sunil ShendeSunil Shende
Goonda
Sunil Shende was:
Portrait of Rovil SinhaRovil Sinha
Goonda
Rovil Sinha was:
Portrait of Derek LyonsDerek Lyons
Radio Reporter at Funeral (uncredited)
Derek Lyons was:
Portrait of Fred WoodFred Wood
Man in the Crowd (uncredited)
Fred Wood was:
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