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Madhya Pradesh govt rubbishes 'The Accidental Prime Minister' ban reports

The film has sparked a row over alleged distortion of facts

Press Trust of India  |  Bhopal 

The Accidental Prime Minister
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The Congress-led government in Madhya Pradesh Friday said it has not banned the film 'The Accidental Prime Minister', in which plays former Prime Minister

The Department of Public Relations of Madhya Pradesh government tweeted that there is no decision by the government to ban the film, adding that media reports announcing the ban were not factual.

The film has sparked a row over alleged distortion of facts.

The clarification came after a section of media reported that the film, based on the book of the same name by Singh's media advisor Sanjaya Baru, has been banned in the state.

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The film, whose trailer was released recently, has a motley of actors playing the key players of the Nehru-Gandhi family and Kher stepping into the shoes of Dr

First Published: Fri, December 28 2018. 15:00 IST