Nine Hours to Rama
Nine Hours to Rama is 1963 British film, directed by Mark Robson, that follows a fictionalized Nathuram Godse in the hours before he assassinated the Indian independence leader, Gandhi, and police attempt to prevent the murder.
It is based on a 1962 novel of the same name by Stanley Wolpert. The movie was written by Nelson Gidding and filmed in England and India with mainly white actors in prominent roles. It stars Horst Buchholz, Diane Baker, Jose Ferrer, and Robert Morley. It was shot in CinemaScope DeLuxe Color.