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Gandhi to Hitler - movie review
'Gandhi to Hitler' the film brings in a sharp contrast between the two leaders by the letters they exchange. It is about the last days of Adolf Hitler, when he is hiding in a bunker in Berlin as the Allied Forces close in. Hitler is one of the most hated men in history, a ruthless leader and this is when he is hunted down and killed. The contrast is highlighted when Hitler mutters in rage –"An eye for an eye!'" and Gandhi the peace loving leader's preaching to the world is – "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind..." The film Gandhi to Hitler was originally titled as Dear Friend Hitler. 1939 - A world plagued with unrest and upheaval. Adolf Hitler’s ruthless ambition for German expansion in Eastern Europe is becoming increasingly violent and inhuman. Whereas another nation, India, struggles in its fight for freedom against the British as the idealistic Mahatama ....
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Veer, movie review
From the misty pages of history comes a story of extreme valor, fierce pride and poignant love. Veer is set in a backdrop of colonial India and the story penned by Salman Khan himself, is about a Rajputana tribe known as the Pindharis who are exceptional warriors. Veer movie review... As the British enslave India with their devious Divide and Rule policy, kings and nawabs fall to their guile and cunning and entrust their precious kingdoms to the foreigners. Except for the brave Pindaris, who prefer death to dishonour and will fight to their last breath to save their land... their mother. There is also the king of Madhavgarh (Jackie Shroff), who deceives the innocent Pindharis just to please the British, but in the process lost his arm. Prithvi Singh (Mithun Chakroborty) is the proud head of the Pindaris. He has vowed to avenge the deception that cost his tribe - their land and t ....
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Jodhaa Akbar, movie review
Ashutosh Gowariker's film is a magnum opus though the only flaw being its 3 and half hours long! Jodhaa Akbar is a sixteenth century epic romance story, the most ambitious hindi film with heavy doses of electrifying drama and wide canvas battle sequences. It's a dream all throughout whether it is large scale action sequences or the romance, and the beautiful landscapes of Rajasthan and even the torch and candle lit interiors of Agra fort. Set in the sixteenth century, this epic romance begins as a marriage of alliance between two cultures and religions, for political gain, with King Bharmal of Amer giving his daughter's hand to Emperor Akbar. When Akbar accepts the marriage proposal, little does he know that in his efforts to strengthen his relations with the Rajputs, he would in turn be embarking on a new journey - the journey of true love. From the battlefield where the young Jal ....
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