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Average Ratings: 2.33/5
1. Times of India: 3.5/5 by Ronak. Visit site for more
The Accidental Prime Minister opens with a heavily pixelated TV news footage from the 2004 victory of the UPA in the general elections. This quickly gives way to the actors behaving and looking strikingly similar to all real life political players. The film could have easily degenerated into a tacky spoof-fest had it not been for its unusual execution and some stellar performances.
2. NDTV: 1.5/5 by Saibal Chatterjee. Visit site for more
However, the impact of Manmohan Singh’s actions on the junta is never really shown beyond a newsroom debate and a few newspaper headlines. At times, the film becomes convenient and lazy in execution, showing just close door scenes and intercutting with grainy file footage. The edit is a tad bit sketchy. But what the Accidental Prime Minister lacks in finesse, it makes up in being totally in-your-face. 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. Bollywood has produced several political dramas that are intense, complex and dark, The Accidental Prime Minister has all of that in measured tones. It leaves you more entertained than informed, and we don’t think it’s by accident.
3. Koimoi: 2/5 by Umesh Punwani. Visit site for more
All said and done, this political-drama neither has much politics nor has an authoritative drama. What it has is a couple of very good performances but they aren’t enough to make you stick your seats even for a very crisp duration. From what, as a dumb-headed politic follower, I feel this was a homage to an individual leading to demean a party. If you guys see the film, please let me know if I’ve got this right.
The Accidental Prime Minister Movie story is based on Novel written by Sanjaya Baru. The Novel narrates the story of Manmohan singh who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014 under UPA.
The Accidental Prime Minister Cast:
The Accidental Prime Minister Director:
Vijay Ratnakar Gutte
The Accidental Prime Minister Budget:
The Accidental Prime Minister is made on an estimated budget of Rs. 25 Crores including print and advertising cost.
The Accidental Prime Minister Screen Count:
The Accidental Prime Minister box office prediction:
The Accidental Prime Minister is expected to open with Rs. 3 Crore on its 1st day box office collection.
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