Eminent actor Anupam Kher's first look as former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is out. Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit is also said to be on board for this film, but we don't know how he is contributing in it.
She highlighted that Manmohan Singh had predicted a fall in growth due to the note ban announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8 a year ago.
Supposedly, the film, which is based on Sanjaya Baru's book "The Accidental Prime Minister: The Making And Unmaking of Manmohan Singh", is going to be grander than Richard Attenborough's Academy award winning 'Gandhi'.
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Producer Sunil Bohra has stated that this movie is planning to get released in 12 national and worldwide languages. Anupam Kher, who will be playing the former Prime Minister in the film, shared the first look today, which went viral in a jiffy. He has often criticised Singh's Congress party, which was voted out of power in 2014.
Thanking Dr. Singh for acknowledging the single and high-powered engine of the Centre which has the single goal of making India a developed nation.
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The meeting, which was attended by party vice president Rahul Gandhi and former prime minister Manmohan Singh, discussed the current political situation and the upcoming presidential election.
Baru was Singh's media advisor from May 2004 to August 2008.
Gandhi also said the government's experiments and policies were characterised by poor planning and shoddy implementation.
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