Naseeruddin Shah, who had auditioned for the lead role in Richard Attenborough’s ‘Gandhi’, has no regrets over not been selected to enact the iconic character.
With an illustrious career spanning over six decades, actor-director Richard Attenborough breathed his last on August 24, just a few days before his 91st birthday. Several Indian actors
who were a part of Gandhi, reminisce about the man who put India on the world map with his epic saga on the Mahatma
Tribal Khasi philanthropist Honsen Lyngdoh, who was closely associated with Richard Attenborough’s Oscar-winning film ‘Gandhi’, said the late British director had plans to make a documentary on Meghalaya’s matrilineal system. The filmmaker died in London on Sunday at the age of 90. “Attenborough wanted to make a documentary film on our rich culture . He […]
‘Jurassic World’ director Colin Trevorrow has paid tribute to actor-director Richard Attenborough.
Members of the Indian film fraternity expressed their sorrow at the death of Richard Attenborough.
Om Puri says Richard Attenborough’s ‘Gandhi’ changed the life of everyone who has been associated with it.
DMK president M Karunanidhi today condoled the death of British filmmaker Richard Attenborough.
Robert Downey Jr has paid rich tribute to his ‘Chaplin’ director Richard Attenborough.
Attenborough succumbed to weak health on Sunday night at the age of 90.
Film and theatre personalities remember Richard Attenborough, director of the film Gandhi, which won India its first Academy Award.
Gandhi (1982), an epic but intimate biographical film, was Richard Attenborough’s greatest triumph.
Alok Nath was a newcomer when he landed a minute’s role in Richard Attenborough’s epic film “Gandhi” in 1982.
Paying tributes to late filmmaker Richard Attenborough, celebs like Anil Kapoor and Shobhaa De recalled the importance of his monumental film “Gandhi”.
Richard Attenborough was a lord, an Oscar-winning director for the much-lauded “Gandhi” and an unflagging pillar to British cinema. But Attenborough, who died Sunday at 90, was best known as Dickie.
New York-based film critic Aseem Chhabra who enacted one of the “front-line” extras in the film, “Gandhi” reminisces about the cold freezing morning of Delhi in December 1980, where the film was being made.