A plea has been moved before the Delhi High Court against the movie 'The Accidental Prime Minister', demands a ban on the trailer. The plea states that facts have been twisted to malign the image of the former PM Manmohan Singh.
The Petition also states that the trailer of 'The Accidental Prime Minister' is spoiling relations with foreign countries and affects the sovereignty and integrity of India and so a plea has been moved before the Delhi HC against the movie demanding a ban on its trailer.
Previously, another petition was filed in the CJM court in Muzaffarpur against the controversial film. The case filed by a lawyer named Sudhir Kumar Ojha is against Anupam Kher and fourteen other artists along with five others in court.
'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.
Watch the trailer of the film below:
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.
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