Beecham House

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  • Travel back in time to 1795 in Delhi, India, where Englishman John Beecham plans to establish himself as an honorable man and respected trader. Considering Beecham’s distinguished service in the East India Company, his servants assume he’ll side with the English against the Maharajas in the struggle to rule India. But how to explain his infant son—a baby of mixed English/Indian heritage? Who is the baby’s mother, and what stories might she tell? Chilling conspiracies and dark rumors keep you guessing in this lavishly produced six-part miniseries, starring Tom Bateman (The Tunnel, Murder on the Orient Express) and Lesley Nichol (Downton Abbey).

    • Brand: Drama
    • Cast :
      Actor: Tom Bateman, Lesley Nichol, Lara Dutta, Leo Suter, Dakota Blue Richards, Gregory Fitoussi, Pallavi Sharda, Bessie Carter, Adil Ray, Viveik Kalra, Kulvinder Ghir, Goldy Notay, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Amer Chadha-Patel, Trupti Khamkar, Roshan Seth, Marc Warren
      Director: Gurinder Chadha
      Producer: Gurinder Chadha, Sandra Shuttleworth, Rakesh Singh, Caroline Levy
      Writer: Gurinder Chadha, Paul Mayeda Berges, Shahrukh Husain, Victor Levin
    • Format: DVD
    • Number of Discs: 2
    • Region : 1
    • Run Time: 5 1/4 Hours
    • SKU: 22603
    • Subtitles: SDH
  • Delhi 1795: John Beecham, a former soldier in the East India Company, is determined to leave the past behind him and start a new life. When he arrives at the grand house, the staff are shocked to discover that their secretive new master has arrived with his infant son August, a baby of mixed parentage. John is determined to reunite his family in Delhi and keep the identity of his child secret but at what cost to himself and those he loves?

    Co-created, written and directed by Gurinder Chadha, (Bend it Like Beckham), this grand epic stars Tom Bateman (Vanity Fair) as the enigmatic John Beecham and Lesley Nicol (Downton Abbey) as his interfering mother Henrietta, along with Gregory Fitoussi, Adil Ray, Marc Warren, Pallavi Sharda, Dakota Blue Richards, Viveik Kalra, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Leo Suter and Bessie Carter.

    BONUS FEATURES:

    DISC ONE
    The Director's Chair: Gurinder Chadha
    Who is John Beecham? (with Tom Bateman)
    What is Beecham House?
    Beecham House Set Tour

    DISC TWO
    Recreating 1795 India
    Beecham House's Journey to India

  • Additional info

    • Brand: Drama
    • Cast :
      Actor: Tom Bateman, Lesley Nichol, Lara Dutta, Leo Suter, Dakota Blue Richards, Gregory Fitoussi, Pallavi Sharda, Bessie Carter, Adil Ray, Viveik Kalra, Kulvinder Ghir, Goldy Notay, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Amer Chadha-Patel, Trupti Khamkar, Roshan Seth, Marc Warren
      Director: Gurinder Chadha
      Producer: Gurinder Chadha, Sandra Shuttleworth, Rakesh Singh, Caroline Levy
      Writer: Gurinder Chadha, Paul Mayeda Berges, Shahrukh Husain, Victor Levin
    • Format: DVD
    • Number of Discs: 2
    • Region : 1
    • Run Time: 5 1/4 Hours
    • SKU: 22603
    • Subtitles: SDH
  • Details

    Delhi 1795: John Beecham, a former soldier in the East India Company, is determined to leave the past behind him and start a new life. When he arrives at the grand house, the staff are shocked to discover that their secretive new master has arrived with his infant son August, a baby of mixed parentage. John is determined to reunite his family in Delhi and keep the identity of his child secret but at what cost to himself and those he loves?

    Co-created, written and directed by Gurinder Chadha, (Bend it Like Beckham), this grand epic stars Tom Bateman (Vanity Fair) as the enigmatic John Beecham and Lesley Nicol (Downton Abbey) as his interfering mother Henrietta, along with Gregory Fitoussi, Adil Ray, Marc Warren, Pallavi Sharda, Dakota Blue Richards, Viveik Kalra, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Leo Suter and Bessie Carter.

    BONUS FEATURES:

    DISC ONE
    The Director's Chair: Gurinder Chadha
    Who is John Beecham? (with Tom Bateman)
    What is Beecham House?
    Beecham House Set Tour

    DISC TWO
    Recreating 1795 India
    Beecham House's Journey to India