Story: ‘Gandhi to Hitler’ underscores the contrast between Gandhi’s non-violence and Hitler’s violence ideologies. While ‘Hitler’ believed in ‘an eye for an eye’, Gandhi always believed that ‘an eye for an eye’ makes the whole world blind. The film traces back to 1939, when both of them influenced one of the dreaded moments in the history. Review: ‘Gandhi to Hitler’ makers are extremely in love with Gandhi’s non-violence ideologies, but his teachings add no real value to the film. It’s extremely confusing, as till the climax, you don’t get the point that they are trying to make through this biographical movie, where not even a single character sketch is clear. It aimlessly meanders from Hitler’s bunkers to Gandhi’s non-violence teachings. You can still look forward to the battlefield, instead of the tender love scenes between Neha and Raghuveer. For some moments, it deals with the run-away Indian soldiers, while for the other, it shows the trigger happy German soldiers with no specific interconnections. The sub-plots are extremely confusing with no proper rhyme or reason. Star Cast: The most hilarious part about the casting is that whether it's the Third Reich Minister, the Russian army, the trigger happy German soldier, every role has been played by an Indian actor. Raghuveer Yadav as Hitler looks very comical and his high pitch tone, twitching of eyelids and abnormal shivering makes him all the more unbearable. The romantic scene between Neha Dhupia (Eva Braun) and Raghuveer Yadav has nothing except some tears and tender moments of love. The character of Gandhi is played by Avijit Dutt, but we can’t figure out, what exactly is the role of Gandhi, except for his few non violence teachings which are already available in history books. Direction: Director Rakesh Ranjan Kumar delves into a subject, which is historical with political significance, but executes the story with extreme disregard to history. The intentions are honest, but the execution is half-hearted and confusing. The locations look extremely suspicious as he has tried to merge Himalayas and Punjab to seem like Europian locations. The ascent looks extremely fake and romantic scenes are extremely silly and unintentionally funny. Dialogues/Cinematography/Music: While the dialogues could have been quite impactful, but ‘Gandhi to Hitler’s dialogues too fail to impress you. Dialogues are not at all hard-hitting and very common with no historical perspective. Camera work is nothing noteworthy. Only the collections of documentary footages are impressive. Music does not complement the storyline, as it sounds extremely patriotic. Ups & Downs: ‘Gandhi to Hitler’ has no historical reference, no plot, and no storyline. The narrative is too slow, confusing and has no proper regard to audience sensibilities. Watch it at your own risk!