Synopsis/Plot : The Accidental Prime Minister is an upcoming Indian biographical political film written by Hansal Mehta. The film stars Anupam Kher as Manmohan Singh, the economist and politician who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014 under the United Progressive Alliance.
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The Accidental Prime Minister is an amusing and engaging look at the term of Dr Manmohan Singh as India's PM.
The film bravely names real characters and shows them in the light they are perceived in. We wish the writing had more depth with more focus on defining the individual characters.(more)
Source: Ronak Kotecha,, Times Of India
Anupam Kher's Film Is Indescribably Vapid
The director has no pretence of balance or objectivity. Witness Kapil Sibal's 'performance' in his famous "zero loss" press conference. The man is all at sea. The scene would have been funny hadn't its execution been so silly. The unkindest cut is reserved for Ahmed Patel. He is reduced to a connivi...(more)
Source: Saibal Chatterjee , NDTV Movies
A shoddy propaganda film
Singh may well have been an 'accidental' PM, in Baru's succinct words, and history may or may not judge him differently. But it is no accident that the film is out now. The release is completely intentional: the polls are around the corner.(more)
Source: Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
Anupam Kher delivers an appalling performance.
The Accidental Prime Minister is made by people in no danger of knowing too much. Agitprop, for them, may simply be a way to describe Mona Darling. The opening credits, featuring the words "directior assistant," announce as much. This is propaganda by people who can't spell.(more)
Source: Raja Sen., Hindustan Times