With an fantastic walk towards his office, we see how Manmohan Singh tries to settle down in his initial days. The third person is Sanjaya Baru, the media advisor played by Akshaye Khanna.More news: This Coach Turned Down The Cleveland Browns’ Job
It is at the point where the PM has to decide about the nuclear deal.
With very abrupt cinematography, Sanjaya Baru's character breaks the 4th wall time and again to say what he feels (HoC much?). The movie, for sure, isn't boring but at times gets complex for a layman.More news: Edulji Recommends Suspension for Pandya, Rahul After Legal Opinion
Hearing a complaint alleging that the movie presents former prime minister Manmohan Singh and several other public figures in a "bad light", the sub-divisional judicial magistrate's court in Muzaffarpur directed the Kanti police station to lodge an FIR.
In the plea, Mahajan had requested the court to issue direction to the Centre, Google, YouTube and Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to take steps to stop the exhibition and display of the trailer.More news: Seeded John Isner beaten in 2nd round of ASB Classic
Meanwhile, "The Accidental Prime Minister" producer Sunil Bohra has said that he knew there will be conjectures about it being a propaganda film but he is confident that the movie will be a game changer for political cinema in India. Anupam Kher, Akshaye Khanna, Suzanne Bernert, Aahana Kumra, Arjun Mathur, Abdul Quadir, Vimal Verma, Avtar Saini, Anil Rastogi, Ajit Satbhai and Chitragupta Sinha starrer will release in Tamil and Telugu language on January 18. Stick to this space for the full review.