Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

The Accidental Prime Minster Public review

The Accidental Prime Minster Public review

"The Accidental Prime Minister", which hit the big screens on Friday, is based on facts as chronicled in a book by Sanjaya Baru- Manmohan Singh's media advisor between 2004 and 2008. This is no surprise as Tamilrockers have, in the recent past, released numerous movies on their site.

On January 11, activists of the Congress' youth wing had staged protests against the movie outside an auditorium of a multiplex chain on Ganesh Chandra Avenue and tore the film posters. The film has seen an opening of 4.50 crore and that is decent considering the fact that the leading man here is veteran actor Anupam Kher and he is basically supported by Akshaye Khanna. Unfortunately, post release The Accidental Prime Minister has confirmed it to be a propaganda film universally to all movie reviewers. Guess the people of the nation are interested in knowing what happened in the corridors of power when Manmohan Singh was our Prime Minister. With such reviews coming in, the audiences are not giving a film second chance and seeking options to watch on their laptops and mobile phones.

Anupam Kher's The Accidental Prime Minister is facing tough competition from Vicky Kaushal's military drama Uri: The Surgical Strike and Ranveer Singh's action-cop-drama Simmba.

The recently released Petta and Viswasam have also been leaked on Tamilrockers.

The Accidental Prime Minister has been written by Vijay Ratnkar Gutte, Mayank Tewari, Karl Dunne and Aditya Sinha.

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