Bollywood celebs praise Anupam Kher, Akshaye Khanna-starrer

Lula Sharp
January 12, 2019

Patriotic films are released on 15th August or 26th January, similarly this is a political film and we would like to release this film in political time.

The plea in the apex court has sought stay on exhibition of trailer of the film on YouTube and to suspend the release and exhibition of the movie during pendency of the matter. According to ANI, the court has now directed that an FIR be filed.

In his complaint, Ojha had named Kher, who plays the role of Singh, as well as Akshaye Khanna, who plays Singh's media advisor Sanjaya Baru, on whose book the movie is based upon.

Screening of the Bollywood film, The Accidental Prime Minister was stopped in a multiplex in Punjab's Ludhiana city on Friday following protests by Congress party activists.

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The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to accord urgent hearing on a plea challenging the January 7 order of the Delhi High Court which had disposed of a petition seeking to ban the trailer of upcoming movie, "The Accidental Prime Minister". As per the same report, Youth Congress workers started burning posters of the film and were raising slogans against the actors and the producer of the film. "It is called The Accidental Prime Minister.but every PM is accidental.so I do not understand the name (of the film)", Banerjee said while inaugurating the state government's annual theatre festival in North 24 Parganas district.

Apart from the political jibes, in Delhi, the youth wing of Shiromani Akali Dal urged cinemas not to show the film, saying it would defame both Manmohan Singh and the country across the world.

A pat on the back for the team that cast actors for the film.

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