The Far Pavilions

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An orphan from the age of four, when his parents were killed during the Indian Mutiny, Ashton Pelham-Martyn was raised by his Hindu foster mother, Sita, who disguised him as her own son and called him Ashok. After Sita's death, Ash learns the truth about his biological parents. By this time, he has already pledged his undying affection to a young Indian princess, Anjuli (Amy Irving). Although the two are in love, they are separated by forces beyond their control. Seven years later, Ash, now a British soldier, returns to India, where he is assigned to escort the wedding procession of two Indian princesses. One of the princesses happens to be none other than his beloved Anjuli.


Ben Cross
as Ashton Pelham-Martyn
Amy Irving
as Princess Anjuli
Omar Sharif
as Koda Dad
Rossano Brazzi
as Raja of Bhitour
John Gielgud
as Maj. Louis Cavagnari
Saeed Jaffrey
as Biju Ram
Sneh Gupta
as Shushila
Jennifer Kendal
as Mrs. Viccary
Peter Arne
as General
Adam Bareham
as Jenkins
Rupert Everett
as George Garforth
Caterina Boratto
as Mrs. Chiverton
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