Gandhi-Godse: Ek Yuddh is a face off between ideologies that the Janta was curious about!

Aishwarya Srinivasan
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Gandhi-Godse: Ek Yuddh starring Deepak Antani and Chinmay Mandlekar released in cinemas on January 26. Let’s have a look at the Janta’s reviews on the film!

Mahatma Gandhi survives Godse’s attempt to assassinate him in this fictionalised story of Gandhi-Godse: Ek Yuddh. The duo comes face-to-face in jail and debates their perspectives about politics and religion. Directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, the movie presents both sides through a face-off between the story’s main characters, Gandhi (Deepak Antani) and Godse (Chinmay Mandlekar). The movie is set against the backdrop of the India-Pakistan partition and the communal violence that ensued. Other historical figures, including Jawaharlal Nehru (Pawan Chopra), Babasaheb Ambedkar, Maulana Azad, and Sardar Patel (Ghanshyam Srivastav), are also seen in this one. Gandhi Godse also introduces Tanisha Santoshi as Sushma and Anuj Saini as Naren.

While most of the Janta was intrigued by this unique thought that was executed into a film, some also believed that the screenplay was quite patchy which made the film’s plot feel dragged. But of course the major plus point for everyone was the music given by the legend aka A.R. Rahman himself. 

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