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May 29, 2011


It Was A Decent Documentary.The Person Who posted It on Youtube Apparently Is An Indian.He Also Mentions That The The Reporter(Mishal Husain) Is Of Pakistani Origin Thereby Implying That It Was A Pakistani Attempt To Malign Gandhi.
Not All Documentaries Are Perfect and This Is No Acception,Sources,Research and References Can Be Questioned But To Say That It Is An Attempt To Defame Gandhi or 'British Propaganda' Is Total Crap.
I Personally Think That It Was A Good Attempt To Cover The Life of Gandhi and The Reporter Did Indeed Present A Decent Documentary

This Was An Excellent Documentary No Doubt.The Indian Comments and The Impression That It Was Propaganda Was Uncalled For and Condemnable

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