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The Accidental Prime Minister: Plea moved before Delhi HC demanding ban on promos, trailer of Anupam Kher's film

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The Accidental Prime Minister: Plea moved before Delhi HC demanding ban on promos, trailer of Anupam Kher's filmClaims state that the trailer of The Accidental Prime Minister be banned since it 'maligns and twists' the image of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
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News video: Cinema and politics cannot be separated : Anupam Kher

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National Award winning actor Anupam Kher, who essays the character of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in "The Accidental Prime Minister", says cinema and politics cannot be separated since one reflects the other.

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