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The intent of the film is less confused than the direction...
If you take even the slightest interest in politics, book for The Accidental Prime Minister now. It is a film that takes you through an important era in Indian politics and is also entertaining.
The film is so incompetently crafted, terribly performed and transparently petty that it isn't even pathetic enough to be panned as a "propaganda" movie.
The film tosses in news footage of real people and then cuts to their onscreen counterparts. Which of course makes this whole enterprise even less convincing.
The big problem with the film is that it makes out Sanjaya Baru to be some kind of a superhero...
Although it tries to put on a gossipy, insider tone and create a this-is-how-it-happened feel, The Accidental Prime Minister never evolves into anything more than a broadside against the Gandhi clan.
This is propaganda by people who can't spell.
Any faint notion that this will be a balanced view goes out of the window as soon as it opens.
It leaves you more entertained than informed, and we don't think it's by accident.
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