Mahatma Gandhi & Ben Kingsley

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (pronounced: ; 2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British ruled India. Sir Ben Kingsley, CBE (born Krishna Pandit Bhanji; Gujarati:કૃષ્ણા પંડિત ભાનજી; 31 December 1943) is an English actor who has won an Oscar, BAFTA, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards in his career. 5.0/5

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Was watching Poirot on Zee Studio HD and I thought this. The three best long portrayals of a male personality I've seen - perhaps they may classify as all-time best - are: David Suchet as Hercule Poirot, Ben Kingsley as Mahatma Gandhi and Bryan Cranston as Walter White [in Breaking Bad]. Suchet did it over 25 years, getting better along the way. Kingsley covered 25 years of the greatest modern politician in the movie Gandhi. Cranston did it over six compelling years in possibly the greatest American TV series ever. I don't recall comparable portrayals of one personality over a length of time in Indian acting. Hopefully, I'll be able to expand on this theme soon.
Dinesh Parikh SENSE OF PURPOSE : The most decorated olympic athlete ever with 16 Olympic medals is Michael Phelps. He says, "Keep your comments coming. Make me angry. It makes me perform better." He channelizes his anger to a 'sense of purpose'. Thrown out of his own company, Steve Jobs was a broken man. There was great anger simmering inside him for he believed injustice had happened to him. His comeback to Apple and the heights they achieved, after his re-instatement, is the stuff legends are made of. I believe his comeback is the greatest comeback ever in corporate history. He too channelized his anger to a 'sense of purpose'. My mind runs to the scene in Richard Attenborough's all time classic film 'Mahatma Gandhi' when Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was thrown out of the train in-spite of a valid ticket. As the camera panned Gandhi's face (deftly played by Ben Kingsley), I felt his anger. For a few moments I could feel that anger becoming mine too. I felt like getting up from my seat, punching that TC on ...
Gandhi is a 1982 Film starring Ben Kingsley, written by John Briley and directed by Richard Attenborough. The Film dramatizes Mahatma Gandhi's life.
Just finished watching an awesome movie : HUGO Tells the bittersweet story of the inventor of special effects and all genres of movies Georges Meliese ( played by Ben Kingsley --- The MANDARIN/ Mahatma Gandhi ) while including the story of Hugo Cabret ( played by Asa Butterfield ) along with a star cast of Sacha Baron Cohen ( BORAT ) Christopher Lee ( SARUMAN ) Frances de la Tour ( MADAME MAXIME from Harry Potter ) Richard Griffith ( UNCLE VERNON " " " ) BTW film got directed by Martin Scorsese and is produced by Him and Johnny Depp among others .
Must-see films on Mahatma Gandhi :- We list some of the movies that were about the man, revered in India as Father of the Nation, and also those that were not about him, but highlighted his philosophy: 'Gandhi' (1982) - Directed by Richard Attenborough, 'Gandhi' is one of the best movies on the Mahatma so far. Ben Kingsley essayed Mahatma Gandhi so convincingly that he walked away with the best actor award at the 55th Academy Awards for his role. The film's success can be measured from the fact that it won seven Oscars, including that for best director. 'The Making of the Mahatma' (1996) - Shyam Benegal, one of the best directors of Indian cinema, decided to adapt 'The Apprenticeship of a Mahatma', written by Fatima Meer, who also wrote the screenplay for the film. The movie recounts the 21 years that Mahatma Gandhi spent in South Africa. The director teamed up with talented actor Rajit Kapur, who played Gandhi with such élan that he won the National Film Award for best actor. 'Lage Raho Munna Bhai' (200 ...
Post liberalisation, it is difficult to say if the photo or statue is Mahatma Gandhi or Ben Kingsley
Is it me or does Ben Kingsley look like the bead of Mahatma Gandhi?
Top 10 Mahatma Gandhi portrayals in films Oct 1, 2012, 05.00PM IST Mahatma Gandhi is undoubtedly the most popular personality in the Indian history and his name comes at the first position when speaking about India’s freedom struggle. Gandhi has been an important part of Hindi films as well. On the eve of Gandhiji’s birthday, we list down some of the best Gandhiji portrayals on the Indian screen. The list has to start with Richard Attenborough’s film Gandhi (1982) which is by far considered to be the best biographical take on Mahatma Gandhi. Ironically it took a foreign filmmaker (Richard Attenborough) and a foreign actor Ben Kingsley to come up with the best film on Indian independence and the Indian freedom fighter. Ben Kingsley went on to win an Oscar for the film and his performance in Gandhi is considered to be the best till date. One of the most popular and entertaining Gandhiji played in recent times was by Marathi actor Dilip Prabhavalkar in Lagey Raho Munnabhai. This was the first film whic ...
Dedicated to the FATHER OF THE NATION:- Mahatma Gandhi is the most international of all Indian faces in the world of stamps. Besides India, 80 countries, from Antigua to Zambia, have issued some 250 stamps on the Mahatma. Outside India, it was the United States that became the first country to issue Gandhi stamps. On January 26, 1961, a set of two stamps was released as part of the Champions of Liberty Series. Congo followed in 1967. But it was the Gandhi Centenary in 1969 that saw a flurry of stamps being issued in honor of the Mahatma. Over 40 countries, including Great Britain, commemorated the centenary by issuing stamps. In London, the British government’s decision sparked off a debate in Parliament, with several MPs questioning the wisdom of philatelically honoring the man who caused the sun to set on the British Empire. But it was Gandhiji, who carried the day. Biman Mullick, a British citizen of Indian origin, designed the stamp of Gandhiji, which was instantly approved and issued. It was adjudg ...
I just watched Richard Attenborough's 1982 film Gandhi. It was so beautifully made and so inspirational. Ben Kingsley was amazing as Mahatma Gandhi. God bless Gandhiji, the great soul!
meet Sir Ben Kingsley he touched his feet and said Mahatma Gandhi ki jai
Mahatma Gandhi has been portrayed in film, literature, and in the theatre. Ben Kingsley portrayed Gandhi in the 1982 film Gandhi, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture. The 2007 film, Gandhi, My Father explores the relationship between Gandhi and his son Harilal. Gandhi is also a central figure in the 2006 Bollywood comedy Lage Raho Munna Bhai. The 1996 film, The Making of the Mahatma, documents Gandhi's time in South Africa and his transformation from an inexperienced barrister to recognised political leader.[206] Several biographers have undertaken the task of describing Gandhi's life. Among them are: D. G. Tendulkar with his Mahatma. Life of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in eight volumes, and Pyarelal and Sushila Nayyar with their Mahatma Gandhi in 10 volumes. There is also another documentary, titled Mahatma: Life of Gandhi, 1869–1948, which is 14 chapters and 6 hours long.[207] The April 2010 biography, Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle With India by Joseph Lelyveld contained controve ...
I just watched a movie of Mahatma Gandhi . So Ben Kingsley is great actor ... Who's the same as me , I'm gonna act for her :)))
If anyone not see “Gandhi” movie, Iam strongly recommend you friends please watch it, what a performance by Mr. Ben Kingsley, awesome! and I think every Indians must watch this movie and after every day iam sure you should remember the great Mahatma Gandhi our Bappoji …………….
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