Video Gallery

Bhopal, Toxic Trespass

The children shown in this video are second and third generation sufferers of the effects of Union Carbide’s toxic chemicals. Some of them have a parent, or grandparent, poisoned in the 1984 gas tragedy; whilst the parents of others have been exposed to the contaminated water now found in these areas thanks to the toxic waste abandoned in and around the factory. Shockingly, some of the children’s parents were gassed in 1984 and, with an aded, cruel twist,  have been slowly poisoned by the water ever since.

Photos: © Giles Clarke, Getty Images reportage

Breathe Fire

Breathe Fire is a project conceived and written for the Bhopal Medical Appeal. Its aim is to spread awareness of the ongoing disaster in Bhopal and, ultimately, to help shame those in positions of power into acting to put it right.

Here you will find all of the versions of the song that have been recorded so far, all with equally stunning videos, and we welcome all musicians to take the song and make their own version, in whatever way they see fit,  using these lyrics & chords as a starting point…


Bhopali in 2 Minutes

A short film specially made for the BMA, by Van Maximilian Carlson, director of award winning documentary Bhopali, simply expressing the disaster story in 2 minutes.

Ghosts of Bhopal

Short film, made around the time of the 30th anniversary of the Bhopal disaster, by Canadian journalist Jennifer Wells and videographer Spencer Wynn.

Sambhavna Trust Clinic

Short film describing life in Bhopal and the work of the Sambhavna Trust Clinic produced by UK medical student Joe Malone.

Chingari Trust Rehabilitation Centre

A short web movie introducing the Chingari Trust Rehabilitation Centre using some of Alex Masi’s award winning photos.

Avaes Mohammad performs 'Bhopal'

Writer, performance poet, and BMA Trustee Avaes Mohammad performs his poem ‘Bhopal’ at the time of the 20th anniversary of the Bhopal Gas Disaster.

City of Lakes

Music video for Autorickshaw’s song ‘City of Lakes’. Proceed from City of Lakes have been for the benefit of the Bhopal Medical Appeal.

Hush Baby

Short film, produced around the 15th anniversary of the Bhopal Disaster, describing the spate of birth defects in those born to disaster survivors and the survivors fight for justice.

The Empty Promise of Bhopal: Evolution of a Disaster

Prize-winning short film by US high school 10th grade student Justin Sentzer telling the general Bhopal Disaster story.


A multi award-winning documentary film, describes the experience of second generation children affected by the 1984 Bhopal Gas Disaster along with the ongoing contamination of ground water.


We believe Dow & DuPont must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.