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Accidental Prime Minister: Petition Moved In Delhi Against Trailer

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A plea has been moved before the Delhi High Court against the movie The Accidental Prime Minister on Saturday 5 January, demanding a ban on the trailer. The plea states that facts have been twisted to malign the image of the former PM Manmohan Singh.

The Petition also states that the trailer of The Accidental Prime Minister is also spoiling relations with foreign countries and affects the sovereignty and integrity of India. A plea has been moved before the Delhi HC against the movie demanding a ban on its trailer.

Earlier, a case had been filed against actor Anupam Kher and others associated with upcoming film Accidental Prime Minister in a Bihar court on Wednesday for damaging the image of some top people.

Lawyer Sudhir Kumar Ojha filed the case in Muzaffarpur’s Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) court. The court has admitted the case and fixed January 8 to hear the case in Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate court.

Ojha in his petition complained that Anupam Kher and Akshay Khanna, who have played the role of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his press advisor Sanjaya Baru in the film, have damaged the image of both of them. “It hurt me and many others,” he said.

In his complaint, Ojha said others who have played the role of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Vadra also damaged their image. He has also complained against the film director and producer.

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