|Language and/or Subtitles:||Hindi|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
SummaryIt's 1947 and British colonial rule in India is coming to an end. Lord Mountbatten moves with his wife Edwina and daughter for six months into the Viceroy's House in Delhi. As the last viceroy it's his task to oversee the country's transition to independence. Soon, violence erupts between Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs, which also affects the 500 staff working at the viceroy's palace. The love between Jeet, a young Hindu servant, and Aalia, a Muslim woman working at the palace, is in danger of being engulfed by the tumultuous events and their own conflicts with their respective religious communities. When the situation escalates they are forced to make a momentous decision.
Mountbatten of Burma, Louis Mountbatten,
Mountbatten of Burma, Edwina Ashley Mountbatten, -- Countess, -- 1901-1960 -- Drama.
Rashtrapati Bhavan (New Delhi, India) -- Drama.
Viceroys -- Great Britain -- Drama.
Religions -- Relations -- Drama.
India -- History -- Partition, 1947 -- Drama.
|Publisher|| Mumbai :Reliance Big Entertainment,2017
film producer, screenwriter, film director.
Nayar, Deepak, film producer.
Berges, Paul Mayeda, film producer, screenwriter.
Buffini, Moira, screenwriter.
Bonneville, Hugh, actor.
Anderson, Gillian, 1968- actor.
Dayal, Manish, 1983- actor.
Qureshi, Huma, 1986- actor.
Gambon, Michael, actor.
Rahman, A. R., composer.
Pathé Distribution Limited, production company.
Reliance Entertainment, production company.
BBC Films, production company.
Ingenious Media, production company.
Bend It Films, production company.
Deepak Naya Production, production company.
IFC Films, production company, publisher.
Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson, Manish Dayal, Huma Qureshi, Michael Gambon.
Music, A.R. Rahman.
In Hindi with English subtitles.
Originally released in English as "Viceroy's house".
DVD ; NTSC, all regions ; anamorphic widescreen (16:9) presentation ; Dolby digital.
1 videodisc (106 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.