Mr. Prime Minister Hindi Movie
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Set in earthquake-ravaged Kutch, the film revolves around Johnny Master (Anand). A survivor of the disaster, he is a happy-go-lucky elderly man who sells newspapers for a living in a small village in Gujarat. His life takes a new turn when the government declares post-earthquake parliamentary elections. Residents of the village decide to form a new political party and make Johnny their candidate. He wins, but destiny has something else in store. His opponents join hands and kidnap him. After being tortured, Johnny regains his memory to discover that he is Prem Batra, the third richest Indian in the UK, and that on the day of his arrival in Kutch, he had become a victim of the earthquake. How Johnny busts corrupt politicians and becomes India's prime minister is the crux of the story.
In fact, the film's second half is a worse onslaught on your senses. Here you see the old Johnny Master as Prem Batra the billionaire trying to be flamboyant and smart, speaking flawless English and locking lips with an Italian wife half his age. The way Prem manipulates the politicians of this country to attain the post of prime minister raises another question � shouldn't there be a censor board evaluating the quality of films before they hit theatres?
This biographical film is based on the 2014 controversial book by Sanjaya Baru called The Accidental Prime Minister: The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh. Baru, an Indian policy analyst, was the media advisor to former prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh. At the time of its release the film stirred a lot of controversy and was accused of misrepresenting and incorrectly portraying the internal politics of Congress party. Directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte and featuring Anupam Kher as former prime minister Manmohan Singh, Akshaye Khanna as Sanjaya Baru, Suzanne Bernert as Sonia Gandhi; the film revolves around his tenure during 2004 to 2014.
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