"Deserve Oscar Nomination", Says Anupam Kher On Manmohan Singh Film

"Deserve Oscar Nomination", Says Anupam Kher On Manmohan Singh Film

The war of words has been making a row over the film as Congress claims the film is BJP's latest propaganda to win 2019 polls by portraying Gandhis especially Sonia Gandhi as a villain.

The Maharashtra Youth Congress, too, had raised similar objections and written to the film's producers demanding a prior screening of the movie.

The trailer of the movie, released on Thursday, drew criticism from the opposition Congress, which called it a 'fake propaganda'.

Actor Anupam Kher, who plays the role of Manmohan Singh in the film "Accidental Prime Minister", on Friday asked why the Congress is protesting against the movie now when the book, on which it is based, has been in the makrket since 2014.

Anupam Kher said: "The more they protest, the more publicity they will give to the film".

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He made it clear that the makers launched the promo only after due clearance from the censor board.

The trailer of the film has left the Congress leaders fuming.

The trailer was well received by the ruling BJP, which tweeted the clip along with praises. The trailer of the film talks about many crucial topics, be it the nuclear deals that Manmohan Singh wanted to crack or the Kashmir issue that he wanted to solve. Anupam Kher will be seen as Manmohan Singh, the economist and politician who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014 under the United Progressive Alliance. This was in response to a party leader objecting to the language used to describe his father, former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, in the Netflix series "Sacred Games". In one scene, Manmohan Singh is shown as saying he wants to resign.

Mr Kher also referred to Congress president Rahul Gandhi's recent statement that freedom of expression is a fundamental right.

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. So much worse than being the accidental one". "But I am an actor, they will decide". This is a political film and we would like to release it in the election time.

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