Great men live and die by their ideals, their beliefs and firm convictions. “Dharmatma” is film dealing with such men. Their values of life are strong, their passion and hatred are equally strong, ‘Dharmatma’s’ story emerges from a strong conflict between father and son-a story which keeps the gigantic character standing miles apart in their approach towards life. Father believes strongly that the end justifies the means. The son negates this dogma he believes that the means are as important as the end. This basic conflict creates an unbridgeable gulf between the tow and keep the son apart from the father. It takes the son away to the rugged land of Afghanistan, to the picturesque valley of Bamiyan, to the link blue lakes of Bande-Amir. Here the story takes a most dramatic turn and leads you through an unforgettable saga of love where only the fittest could survive. ‘Dharmatma’ is not merely a film but an epic of life where one event leads to another where a man lays down his life for the sake of his ideal a man who is an institution unto himself. The film with its technical and visual brilliance has a strong message to convey. A message to the youth of this nation, a message to the leaders of our nation that patriotism not a mere sentiment it is an action of principles based on the strength of character beyond the narrow circle of self interest.