Victoria and Abdul

Victoria and Abdul 12A

As Queen Victoria nears her Golden Jubilee a young Indian clerk, Abdul Karim, is attached to the monarch’s court and gradually develops a devoted, if controversial, friendship with the world’s most powerful woman. A truly royal treat.

Dir: Stephen Friers UK 2017 1hr 52mins

With: Judi Dench, Michael Gambon, Ali Fazal

As Queen Victoria nears her Golden Jubilee a young Indian clerk, Abdul Karim, is attached to the monarch’s court and gradually develops a devoted, if controversial, friendship with the world’s most powerful woman. A truly royal treat.

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