PG | | Biography, Drama, History
The life of the lawyer who became the famed leader of the Indian revolts against the British rule through his philosophy of nonviolent protest.
After he won the part, Sir Ben Kingsley decamped to India and lived as best he could as Gandhi.
He will be saying prayers in the garden. Just follow the others.
Margaret Bourke-White was not present at Birla House for Gandhi's assassination, though she had interviewed and photographed him a few hours earlier.
The producers express their thanks in the closing credits to The National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of India for the use of its grounds and exteriors for filming locations.
The original theatrical release had an intermission at approximately 1 hour 31 minutes in. The second part of the film was preceded by a 3 minute musical interlude over a black screen. Most subsequent releases omitted the intermission. The DVD release includes the Intermission title card and musical interlude.
$131,153 12 December 1982