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Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:September 30, 2005
Running time:103 minutes
Cast:Anupam Kher, Urmila Matondkar, Parvin Dabas, Rajit Kapur, Boman Irani
Director:Jahnu Barua
Producer:Anupam Kher
Writer:Sanjay Chauhan
Distributor:Yash Raj Films USA Inc.

Description: Professor Uttam Chaudhary is a retired Hindi teacher who lives with his daughter and young son in the city of Mumbai. He is suffering from what is laughingly called 'old age' -- brief periods of forgetfulness, blanks in memory. Little does anyone realize that the problems are much deeper and that this is just the beginning of a journey that will end in a man becoming a prisoner of his mind.

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