The Accidental Prime Minister: Delhi HC dismisses PIL against trailer ban

Bihar court order FIR to be filed against Anupam Kher for The Accidental Prime Minister

The Accidental Prime Minister quick movie review: Akshaye Khanna keeps you hooked in the first half with a sparkling performance

The direction by the court of Sub-Divisional Judicial Magistrate (West) S Alam came after local lawyer Sudhir Kumar Ojha pleaded before the court that Kher and the others associated with the film "had defamed former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh" and had caused a "breach of peace" in society with release of the film's trailer.

The Delhi High Court Monday refused to restrain Google and YouTube from airing trailer of "The Accidental Prime Minister", saying that the issue relates to someone which involves "public interest" and not "personal interest".

With an wonderful walk towards his office, we see how Manmohan Singh tries to settle down in his initial days.

It is at the point where the PM has to decide about the nuclear deal.

It added that the disclaimer in the movie's trailer says it is based on a book written by Sanjaya Baru but the "real facts are totally different". The movie, for sure, isn't boring but at times gets complex for a layman.

A Bihar court on Tuesday ordered a first information report to be filed against actors associated with the soon-to-be-released film The Accidental Prime Minister, PTI reported.

"By performing the character of Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, the performing actors/ artists have committed offences punishable under sections 416 (cheating by impersonation) of the IPC and therefore, the CBFC could not have given the certificate for screening/ exhibition of the film", it claimed. The film also features Akshaye Khanna, Suzanne Bernert, Aahana Kumra and Arjun Mathur to name a few. It is directed by Vijay Gutte. Stick to this space for the full review.

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