Here is the PLOT of this movie as far as we could analyze Keep watching this space for latest updates A little Poland in India is a documentary film It shar

A Little Poland In India Movie Review

A Little Poland In India Movie Review Hindi Movie Review
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Review for the film " A Little Poland In India"
Runtime: 52 Minutes
Certificate: TBD
Released: TBC
Genre: Drama
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CAST & CREW


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  • Director:
  • Anu Radha
  • Sumit Osmand Shaw
  • Movie-Actor:
  • Roman Gutowski
  • Popat Singh Waghela
  • Nitin R Joshi
  • Kirit Amrutlal Ashani
  • Jerzy Tomaszek
  • Jadwiga Piotrowska
  • Princess Hershad Kumari
  • HH Shatrushalya Sinhji
  • Zbigniew Bartosz
  • Director of Photography:
  • Vijay Chowdhary
  • Executive Producer:

Here is the PLOT of this movie as far as we could analyze. Keep watching this space for latest updates.

A little Poland in India is a documentary film. It shares historical relationship between Poland and India. This movie shares the many historical things of both the countries. A little Poland in India is the first movie produced by the government. It is produced by agreement between Poland and India. The story line of the movie is based on the concept that there is no geographical barrier between us its only humanity which matters everywhere. This movie is based on the real story of Digvijaysinhji Ranjitsinhji Jadeja who shares the relationship with cricket star Jadeja family.

It is the incident of World War II, around 1000 of polish traveled in India. At that time India is also struggling for the freedom of the nation against the British government. As per the theme, a line said Humanity is the biggest religion; our hero makes the arrangement of this refugee. Under the various obstacles, he helped him out and succeeded to save the life of Polish citizen despite any relationship. It gives the message of Humanity, where we are facing lots of problems at an international level.

Only the fifty-two minutes shows the long lasting moral message for all of us. Once again we can proudly say that we are proud to be an Indian!