Congress-ruled Madhya Pradesh may ban The Accidental Prime Minister

“The Accidental Prime Minister is one of the most difficult roles I’ve ever performed”- Anupam Kher

The Accidental Prime Minister Trailer: This Anupam Kher- Akshaye Khanna Starrer Looks Gripping!

They have raised objections about the representation of facts in the movie.

The clarification came after a section of media reported that the film, based on the book of the same name by Mr. Singh's former media advisor Sanjaya Baru, has been banned in the State.

The global actor, who has played memorable roles in his prolific film career, is quite upbeat about the one he plays in The Accidental Prime Minister as he has devoted two months extensively working on his voice modulation so that his character would sound like the former PM of India.

The trailer begins with Sonia Gandhi appointing Singh as the Prime Minister after the 2004 elections. Was Dr Singh just a regent who was holding on to the PM's chair till the time heir was ready?

While the trailer has left critics and fans excited for the film's release, on the other hand, netizens got their daily grub.

The upcoming film delves deep into the internal politics of the Congress party and how Manmohan Singh found himself in the middle of it.

Rashtriya Janata Dal tweeted from its official Twitter handle, "Propaganda and Financial Partner- BJP".

Reacting to the protests erupting over the film, Anupam Kher said, "More they protest, more publicity they will give to the film".

Anupam Kher wrote on twitter, "Ladies and Gentlemen!" In the age of biopics, Kher also asked why can't a film be made on what happens inside the Prime Minister's Office (PMO). "It is the most hard role I have ever done because everyone knows Manmohan Singh very well". He expressed that it is tragic that the Congress party is opposing the film and demanded that freedom of speech should be practiced and moral judgements should not be passed before its release.

Former prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Congress President Rahul Gandhi cut a cake on Congress Foundation Day in New Delhi on Friday.

National Conference leader Omar Abdullah also tweeted on the trailer of the movie, saying, "Can't wait for when they make The Insensitive Prime Minister". Akshay Khanna is playing Sanjaya Baru, who was the media adviser of Manmohan Singh, in the film, which is scheduled to hit the theaters on 11th January 2019.

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