Anupam Kher's The Accidental Prime Minister's trailer will be out tomorrow!
Based on the 2014 memoir of the same name, written by Manmohan Singh's media adviser Sanjay Baru, The Accidental Prime Minister stars Anupam Kher, Arjun Mathur and Aahana Kumra in lead roles
The wait is over! The trailer of veteran actor Anupam Kher's 'The Accidental Prime Minister' will be out on Thursday. Taking to his Twitter, the A Wednesday star, who will be seen as former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the film, shared a video donning his look for the film. 'Friends, you'll be happy to know that the trailer of The Accidental Prime Minister is coming to all of you tomorrow,' he wrote.
Friends!! The wait is over!!! You will be happy to know that the Trailer of ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ is coming to all of you, tomorrow, 27th December. ðÂÂÂ pic.twitter.com/BO2MlTAQuJ— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) December 26, 2018
Based on the 2014 memoir of the same name, written by Manmohan Singh's media adviser Sanjay Baru, 'The Accidental Prime Minister' revolves around Singh's life, the economist and politician who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014 under the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. It also features Arjun Mathur and Aahana Kumra as Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka Gandhi, respectively. Suzanne Bernert will portray the role of former Congress president Sonia Gandhi.
Directed by debutant Vijay Gutte and written by Hansal Mehta, the flick is set to hit the theatres on December 21.
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