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Movie Review: The Accidental Prime Minister

Reuters India Friday, 11 January 2019
Movie Review: The Accidental Prime MinisterAt one point in Vijay Gutte’s “The Accidental Prime Minister”, the usually reticent and socially awkward Manmohan Singh tells his outgoing media adviser Sanjaya Baru “ek jhappi toh paa le” (give me a hug) and stands up to give him a rather effusive embrace. It’s difficult to imagine Singh saying those words, but then so much about this film seems staged that you wouldn’t know the real from the reel.
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In his movie review of The Accidental Prime Minister, film critic Raja Sen talks about Anupam Kher’s portrayal of former Prime Minister of India Dr Manmohan Singh. Sen talks about how Kher has performed in his role. Sen also talks about Akshaye Khanna’s performance as Sanjay Barush. Movie review...

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