Hotel Rwanda (2004) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

 "Hotel Rwanda" is a 2004 drama film directed by Terry George, starring Don Cheadle, Sophie Okonedo, Nick Nolte, and Joaquin Phoenix.

 The film is based on the true story of Paul Rusesabagina, a hotel manager who saved the lives of over a thousand refugees during the Rwandan genocide of 1994. The genocide, which resulted in the deaths of approximately 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus, was marked by extreme violence and mass atrocities.

The film's narrative centers on Paul Rusesabagina, portrayed by Don Cheadle, who manages the Hôtel des Mille Collines in Kigali. As the genocide begins, Paul uses his influence, resourcefulness, and connections to shelter Tutsi refugees and moderate Hutus within the hotel. Despite immense personal risk and limited resources, he negotiates with militia members and corrupt officials, leveraging everything he can to protect those seeking refuge. The story highlights the stark contrast between the safety inside the hotel and the chaos outside its walls.

"Hotel Rwanda" received widespread critical acclaim for its powerful storytelling and performances, particularly Cheadle's portrayal of Rusesabagina, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. The film was also praised for bringing global attention to the Rwandan genocide and the international community's failure to intervene. It garnered several other award nominations, including three Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and numerous accolades from film festivals and critics' associations.

The film's impact extends beyond its cinematic achievements, as it has played a significant role in raising awareness about the Rwandan genocide and the broader issues of humanitarian crises and international response. "Hotel Rwanda" has been used in educational settings to discuss the genocide and to promote discussions about human rights, ethics, and the responsibilities of the global community in preventing such atrocities. It remains a poignant reminder of the horrors of genocide and the power of individual courage and compassion in the face of overwhelming adversity.