GenreDrama, History ProducerMark Robson CountryUK / USA
Release date1963 (1963) Based onNine Hours to Rama
by Stanley Wolpert WriterNelson Gidding, Stanley Wolpert (book) CastHorst Buchholz (Naturam Godse), José Ferrer (Superintendent Das), Valerie Gearon (Rani Metha), Don Borisenko (Naryan Apte), Robert Morley (P.K. Mussardi), Diane Baker (Sheila) Similar moviesFrom Russia With Love, You Only Live Twice, Dr. No, The Living Daylights, The Spy Who Loved Me, Hitman: Agent 47
TaglineThe murder that changed the lives of millions!
Nine Hours to Rama is 1963 CinemaScope DeLuxe Color British film, directed by Mark Robson, and based on a 1962 book of the same name by Stanley Wolpert. The film was written by Nelson Gidding and was filmed in England and parts of India. It stars Horst Buchholz, Diane Baker, Jose Ferrer, and Robert Morley.
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The film is a fictional narrative set in the nine hours in the life of Nathuram Godse (Horst Buchholz) that led up to his assassination of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (J.S. Casshyap). As he prepares for the shooting at Gandhi's residence, flashbacks recall Godse's hostility to Muslims, his adherence to a militant Hindu group that hatches the plot to kill Gandhi, and his involvement with a married woman Rani (Valerie Gearon) and a prostitute Sheila (Diane Baker). Meanwhile, a police officer Supt. Gopal Das (Jose Ferrer) attempts to find the killer before it is too late.
BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography (Colour) – Arthur Ibbetson (nominated)