Rajkumar Santoshi is returning to the entertainment world after nine years. His film ‘Gandhi-Godse Ek Yudh’ is going to release soon.
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Bollywood director Rajkumar Santoshi’s upcoming film Gandhi Godse: Ek Yudh is all set to release on the big screen soon. Through this film, Rajkumar is trying to present the views of both Gandhi and Godse to the audience. Let us tell you, ‘What would have happened if Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi had survived being shot by Nathuram Gods?’ The prince is satisfied The film is woven around this big question. In the film, Godse is seen meeting Gandhi in jail. At the same time, two opposing doctrines are visible in the words of Gandhi and Gods.
Talking about the film Gandhi Godse: Ek War, Rajkumar said that I have equal sympathy for both Gandhi and Godse. Gandhi also had to face many complaints in his life. After the hanging of Bhagat Singh, people also put Gandhi on the gallows. On the other hand, after the assassination of Gandhi, Gods also presented his case in court. But I am very sad to say that most of the people are still not aware of those words of Gods. No one knows Godse’s motive for killing Gandhi. But through this film we are trying to highlight the aspects of both Gandhi and Godse.
Watch the trailer of the movie here
Rajkumar Santoshi does not support any ideology
Talking about the writer of the film, Rajkumar said, Ashghar is the writer of my film. In such a situation, many people accuse me of being a leftist. But I want to say that I do not support any ideology. Also, I tried to present the film honestly to the audience.
This film will be released with Pathan
After delivering super hit films like Phata Poster Nikla Hero at the box office, Rajkumar Gandhi is all set to make a comeback on screen with Godse: Ek War. Chinmoy Mandlekar and Deepak Antani are playing the lead roles in the film. Meanwhile, Rajkumar’s film is all set to hit the big screens on January 26. Note that on January 26, Shahrukh Khan’s film Pathan is also releasing. In this case, only time will tell how the audience will respond to Gandhi Godse: Ek War.