Hare Krishna!
The Mantra, the Movement
and the Swami Who Started It All

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1965: America is in turmoil. Unprecedented introspection and questioning of societal norms roil the country. Prabhupada, an unassuming 70-year-old Swami from India, arrives in New York City alone and without support or money. He carries only the ancient scriptures he has translated, and the firm faith in his teacher’s request: “offer spiritual wisdom to the people of the world!”

Suddenly thrust into the raging counterculture movement, Prabhupada speaks of the world’s real need, which is not necessarily satisfied by political or social revolutions, but by a revolution of consciousness. This divergence from the status quo successfully captures the attention of a generation of youth seeking answers to life’s existential questions. From a tiny storefront on 26th 2nd Avenue, Prabhupada shares with them the idea that the way to find real happiness, love and freedom is to search within and connect to your true self. All this, the Swami says, begins by simply chanting a rhythmic, meditative 16-word mantra – Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare.

This universal message resonates with more and more people, including musician George Harrison whose hit song ‘My Sweet Lord’, features the Hare Krishna chant. From there, Prabhupada’s movement explodes, and his followers – now known as the Hare Krishnas – become a familiar sight, chanting and dancing in the streets of major cities throughout the world.

Not everyone is enamored by the enthusiastic, and at times overzealous, fervor of Prabhupada’s young followers. As more people join the movement, parents and community leaders begin to view it as a dangerous cult. Devotees are charged with brainwashing and are taken to court in a controversial case that threatens to undermine everything that Prabhupada has worked for…

Hare Krishna! is the true story of an unexpected, prolific, and controversial revolutionary. Using never-before-seen archival verite, Prabhupada’s own recorded words, and interviews with his early followers, the film takes the audience behind-the-scenes of a cultural movement born in the artistic and intellectual scene of New York’s Bowery, the hippie mecca of Haight Ashbury, and the Beatle mania of London, to meet the Swami who started it all.


  • A M
  • Ramya N
  • Sai Sree Basvoju
  • Rajam Ravi
  • Abhishek Setty
  • Bhakti S
  • Renu Solanki
  • Udayabhanu V M
  • Ajith Kumar
  • Vignesh Subramanian
  • Anand Karajagi
  • Suresh V
  • Anantha Padmanabha
  • Anil Nair
  • Tusar Nayak
  • Anita Pradeep
  • Narayan Hegde
  • Vinita Prajapat
  • Anup Mishra
  • Anup Reddy
  • Navratna Biswas
  • Aparna Shashikumar
  • Aparna Shashikumar
  • Aravind H
  • Deepika Arun
  • Arun Srinivasan
  • Sangeetha B
  • Atishay Jand
  • Atul Pardeshi
  • Vishakha Dasi
  • Sridhara Murthy P J
  • Tatva M
  • Dhruval SR
  • Duryodhan Mohapatra
  • Venkatasubramanian S
  • Girish Pallagatti
  • Govinda Dasa
  • Hariprasad S
  • Harish Aseri
  • Hemanth K
  • Jayanti Jayaram
  • Joshi Narayan
  • Kopparapu Madhavi
  • Medha S
  • Mirudhula Kannan
  • Neeraj Kumar
  • Karthik KB
  • Sathya Narayana
  • Shraddha Nagesh
  • Kiran G
  • Umadevi Yerra
  • Kishor Krishna
  • Madhusmita Reddy
  • Mahaprabhu Das
  • Manjula Bhasin
  • Vinod Shetty
  • Rekha K
  • Priyanka Ajaykumar
  • Srinivasan N
  • Pooja Krishnamurthy
  • Pradeep Kumar
  • Prashant Shetti
  • Praveen Alinkeel
  • Priti Chhabra
  • Purushotham Narayanswamy
  • Radhika Sridhar
  • Sowmya As
  • Rajesh Sridhar
  • Rakesh Bhasin
  • Vinesh Raghavan
  • Rohit Shetty
  • RV Sharma
  • Vinod Chakravarti
  • Sachin Phatak
  • Swathi Mahesh
  • Sanjana Huddar
  • santosh Cs
  • santoshkumar jakka
  • Satyanarayana Ongolu
  • Shakuntala Shivhare
  • Shanthi Balasubramanian
  • Shashank K S
  • Shravan Kumar Venkannagari
  • Shreya Bhasin
  • Shubham Bhasin
  • Snehitha Katti
  • Soorya Viswanathan
  • Sreenivas Huddar
  • Sridhar Jammalamadaka
  • Srinidhi Prahlad
  • Sudipta Kumar Bhuyan
  • Tapas Maji
  • Thirumalai Iyengar
  • Uday Talluri
  • umang gupta
  • Vaishnavi J
  • Varshni Pradeep
  • Veena Huddar