On Accidental Prime Minister row, Anupam Kher says, ‘we can’t change history’

28 December, 2018, 13:46 | Author: Norman Carr
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Anupam Kher also thanked to Akshay Khanna and wrote on Instagram, "Dear @akshaye_khanna! Watch the official trailer of #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister, based on an insider's account, releasing on 11 Jan!" The versatile actor plays Dr Manmohan Singh, the former Prime Minister of India.

Anupam Kher featured in two of the most dramatic and most amusing movies of 2018, Aiyaary and Baa Baa Black Sheep, respectively.

Congress has in the past accused the Gutte family of siphoning off over Rs 300 crores as part of a sugar factory scam which involved fraudulently taking loans worth the same amount in the names of farmers without their knowledge and later diverting it to films. However, what and who acted as a barrier between him and the execution of his vision is shown in the trailer of the film that was released today. "I tried to source out as much information as possible for my reference which would help me portray the character to the best of my abilities", the prolific actor adds. See you at the trailer launch.

The ruling Congress in Madhya Pradesh have denied banning "The Accidental Prime Minister", a biopic on former prime minister Manmohan Singh, which many believe gives a dim view of the Congress led by the Gandhis. Actor Anupam Kher has played Singh's role in the movie, directed by debutant filmmaker, Vijay Ratnakar Gutte.

While reporter presented his mic to ask a question, as Dr. Singh came out of the auto, he immediately got ready to answer the questions but as soon as the reporter had put forward his comment, "What do you think about the film made about you, ?" The film - The Accidental Prime Minister, chronicles the life of politician-economist Manmohan who served as India's PM from 2004-2014.

Aahana Kumra is playing the role of Priyanka Gandhi, daughter of Sonia Gandhi. The focus is the power dynamics between Gandhi and Singh, with present Congress president Rahul Gandhi presented as the successor in-waiting.



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