'PM Narendra Modi': Vivek Oberoi's biopic on the Prime Minister to finally release on THIS date

'PM Narendra Modi': Vivek Oberoi's biopic on the Prime Minister to finally release on THIS date

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‘PM Narendra Modi’ has been one of the most talked about films of the year. The film was stopped just a day before the worldwide release. The makers suffered from huge losses because of the stay at the last moment. Now the film is finally cleared its hurdles and will release on May 24.

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According to the EC notice the film and the promotion around the film can’t be done till the last day of the Lok Sabha Elections which is May 19. Keeping the EC’s order in mind, the makers have now decided to release the film post the Lok Sabha Election 2019 results. Wow!

Talking about this producer Sandip Ssingh said, “As a responsible citizen we respect the law of the country. After a lot of discussions and keeping the curiosity and excitement about the film in mind we have decided to release the film immediately after the Lok Sabha Election results. We are now releasing our film on May 24. This is the first time a film will be promoted for only four days. I hope now nobody has any problem with the film and we are hoping for the smooth release this time.

​The film has ​​Vivek Oberoi in and as ‘​​PM Narendra Modi’, and also features actors ​like ​Boman Irani, Manoj Joshi, Prashant Narayanan, Zarina Wahab, Barkha Sengupta, Anjan Shrivastav, Yatin Karyekar, Ramakant Dayma, Akshat R Saluja,​ ​Jimesh Patel and Darshan Kumaar in important roles. ​​Directed by ​​biopic maestro​ ​​Omung Kumar, ‘PM Narendra Modi’ will traverse the journey of Narendra Damodardas Modi from his humble beginnings to becoming the Prime Minister of India. The makers unveiled the first look and poster of the film in January in 23 languages and made a splash on the internet.​ ​​​The film will also release in ​​Tamil and ​​Telugu.

Also Read: ‘PM Narendra Modi’: Vivek Oberoi starrer banned by the Election Commission

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