Anupam Kher Questions YouTube, Posts Screenshots Showing 'The Accidental Prime Minister' Trailer Not Appearing When Searched

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'The Accidental Prime Minister' is one of the most anticipated films of the year. However, ever since the trailer of the film has dropped it has given rise to a whirlwind controversy.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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'The Accidental Prime Minister' is one of the most anticipated films of the year. However, ever since the trailer of the film has dropped it has given rise to a whirlwind controversy.  

The political drama is based on former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and his tenure as PMO. The film is established on a book of the same title written by former media advisor to Dr Manmohan Singh, Sanjay Baru. 

In the film and the book that was released back in 2014, Baru claims that Dr Singh was never fully in control of his cabinet and a significant amount of power was wielded by then Congress president Sonia Gandhi. 

However, recently the lead actor of the film Anupam Kher took to Twitter and questioned YouTube, claiming that the trailer of the film is either not appearing or is at 50th position. He further posted screenshots backing his claim. 

Read: Five Reasons Why India Needs More Like 'The Accidental Prime Minister'

Here's the tweet! 

The movie is based on the book which was penned by political commentator Sanjaya Baru, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at the UPA administration. The film has been directed by Vijay Gutte with Hansal Mehta as the creative producer. It features Anupam Kher as Manmohan Singh, German actor Suzanne Bernert as former Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Ahana Kumra as Priyanka Gandhi, Arjun Mathur as Rahul Gandhi and Akshaye Khanna in the role of Sanjaya Baru, who was the former media advisor to Dr Singh. 

WATCH: "I Couldn't Get His Walk Correct For A Whole Week, I Saw Youtube Videos Of His Day And Night'' Says Anupam Kher On 'The Accidental Prime Minister'

 

 

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