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Manmohan Singh Reacts on “The Accidental Prime Minister”; Watch Funny Memes & Jokes

The trailer of the much awaited film, "The Accidental Prime Minister" is released. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, when asked by reporters for a reaction to its trailer did not comment. 

"The Accidental Prime Minister", is the biopic based on the eponymous book by his former media advisor Sanjaya Baru. 

Manmohan Singh when arrived at the Congress office for the party's 134th anniversary celebrations, was accosted by reporters. 

He paused and moved away without a word as soon as the question was asked: "What do you think about the film made about you?" 

Interestingly, the trailer of the film starring veteran Anupam Kher as the Former PM, was launched yesterday and instantly caused a stir on social media. It showed scenes in which the soft-spoken Manmohan Singh appeared to be under pressure from his party, especially then Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and her son, Rahul Gandhi.  

A Congress leader in Maharashtra has threatened action if the film's makers don't organise a preview and agree to edit parts that "malign" the image of the party. 

BJP also tweeted on the film: 

https://twitter.com/BJP4India/status/1078319849082839041

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah tweeted his criticism of the Congress leader's letter. 

In another tweet, he took no names as he suggested a film on the "The Insensitive Prime Minister". 

https://twitter.com/OmarAbdullah/status/1078542185157537792

The Accidental Prime Minister is set during the time of Manmohan Singh's Prime Ministerial regime from 2004-2014 and revolves around his life. The trailer has received a mixed reaction from people. Though some criticized the trailer, others expressed eagerness to watch the movie. 

The accidental prime minister releases on January 11, at the height of campaigning for the national election due by May. 

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