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The Accidental Prime Minister: West Bengal Congress members protest screenings, burn Narendra Modi effigies

Firstpost Friday, 11 January 2019
The Accidental prime Minister's release has been termed 'convenient' by many who feel the film was released prior to the 2019 Lok sabha elections in order to influence audiences
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Congress workers in Kolkata, West Bengal protested against "The Accidental Prime Minister" on its release day. A group of people can be seen inside a mall in Kolkata where they call out slogans against the movie. The movie, which stars Anupam Kher as former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, was released...

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