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The Accidental Prime Minster Official Trailer Controversy of the Congress Party Shown

The Accidental Prime Minister Film Screenshot From Youtube
The Accidental Prime Minister Film Screenshot From Youtube

The trailer of the film 'The Accidental Prime Minister' launches today. People are very excited about this film as the film be based on the former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Actor Anupam Kher is in the role of former PM. Seeing the trailer, it can be estimated that Anupam Kher has worked hard for this character.

Unmatchable like Manmohan Singh: In this trailer, Anupam Kher looks like Manmohan Singh. His getup, the way of speaking, was like former PM Manmohan Singh. The controversy of the party and PM in the trailer has also been shown. In addition, it has also been shown about the nuclear deal and Gandhi family. It shows how Sonia Gandhi wanted to make her son Rahul a PM.  Anupam did the tweet before the release of the trailer: Before the trailer release, Anupam Kher tweeted, "Friends wait is over! You will be pleased to know that the trailer of 'The Accidental Prime Minister' is coming to you all Thursday. Along with that he also posted a video. In this video, he is seen speaking in the style of former PM Manmohan Singh.

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Based on the book of Sanjay Baru: The film is based on the book 'The Accidental Prime Minister', a former media consultant of Manmohan Singh, Sanjay Baru. Actor in the film, Akshay Khanna is in the role of Baru and will be seen in the role of Manmohan Singh's wife Gursharan Kaur in Divya Seth Shah. Director of the film is Vijay Ratnakar Gte and Hansal Mehta is a creative producer.

Anupam Kher had a share of his experience with the film Fans too that the story shook the mind. In the past, he had answered the questions of Twitter Fans that he was confused about the role of Manmohan Singh in this film. He said, "In the beginning, I was happy and confused about the role of Manmohan Singh in this film. But when I read the story, it shook my mind. '

The Accidental Prime Minster Official Trailer Controversy of the Congress Party Shown

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