Accidental Prime Minister: Maharashtra Youth Congress takes a ‘U’ turn; Revokes demand for special screening

Maharashtra Youth Congress had earlier asked the producers to organise a special screening of ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ to check if there are any factual errors in the movie


Amid chaos over the movie trailer of ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’, Maharashtra Youth Congress had warned of a protest against the screening of the movie demanding a special screening before the official release. 

However, Maharashtra Youth Congress President Satyajeet Tambe-Patil revoked his demand for a special screening of the movie – ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ which is going to release on January 11.  Tambe claimed that Vijay Gutte’s movie was Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) propaganda. 

As BJP has tweeted the trailer of ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ movie from their official twitter handle, it is now evident that it is BJP’s propaganda/campaign movie. Hence, we don’t even want to see this BJP’s campaign movie. We withdraw the demand of the special screening,” Satyajeet Tambe-Patil tweeted. 

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After the release of the movie’s trailer on December 27, Tambe had written a letter to the producers asking them to screen a special show before the official release of the movie. Patil had alleged that facts in the movie regarding Dr Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi, and Congress party have been portrayed incorrectly.