21 Oct, 2016
2 hrs 08 mins
Summary User Reviews Critic Reviews (3)
The film tells the story of Rai Saheb, an NRI who returns to India. Rai Saheb is a strong believer in the principles given by Gandhiji. In India, Rai Saheb meets four different people who took wrong paths due to various circumstances.

The movie very beautifully shows how Rai saheb makes them understand the importance of Gandhis principles. The movie shows that even today, Gandhian values remain meaningful and can bring peace, if implemented effectively.
The film Gandhigiri is an social experiment film which made to give a message to the country. As we all know Mahatma Gandhi as father of the nation, and how many efforts he kept for the sake of nation. He taught so many good things to the people, now country forgot all the words told by gandhi ji, and Whats the importance of Gandhijis values in todays corrupt world ? is the main intention of the movie. As we celebrate Gandhi Jayanthi every year on 2nd October. In the birth month of Gandhi this film hitting theaters. Lets have a look at Gandhiji movie review to know how the makers conveyed their message. ...Read full review
Coming to the Review, it is the daylight in the night walk we do. Means it has a good social message which can make you think once you do anything wrong. A scene where Puris character is speaking at a school event perfectly sums up what you will feel during the film. He starts a lengthy oration, only to see the school children, teachers and parents quickly make for the exits as they realise it is a waste of time. ...Read full review
If you are expecting a Lage Raho Munna Bhai kind of film, be warned; Gandhigiri is anything but that. Apart from a few stray references to Mahatma Gandhis ideology, its just the typical wannabe entertainer that is confused between wanting to put forth a social message and making the viewer laugh, at the same time. ...Read full review



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