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Anupam Kher: ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ is the most difficult film
After doing more than 500 films, legendary actor Anupam Kher feels ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ is the most difficult one. Based on Sanjay Baru’s novel by the same name, the film will feature Kher portraying the role of former Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh. In an interview with DNA, the 63-years-old actor said this is the most difficult film for him, and it’s not easy to portray the former PM on screen.
“I am approaching this part of Dr. Manmohan Singh completely from an actor’s point of view. There is a book and screenplay for reference. I have worked on it for six months. It is the most difficult film as he is the most visible person and so it is not easy to portray him. Also, the world knows him. His language, his movement… so it is more difficult. I need to internalize the character and be that person,” Kher said. (Also Read: Anupam Kher to star in a new American series!)
The screenplay of the film is written by Hansal Mehta, but to get into the skin of the character, the actor is referring to a lot of videos from the internet.
Directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte, the film also features Akshaye Khanna, Suzanne Bernert and Aahana Kumra in pivotal roles and if everything goes well, the makers will release it on 21st December.
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