In the season of political bio-picture, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been overshadowed by his predecessor former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, claims Omar Abdullah. At least when the matter comes to casting, believes the former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister. Mr. Abdullah compared “The Accidental Prime Minister” and “PM Narendra Modi” on twitter and made a remark that “life is unfair” for “poor Modi-ji”. Vivek Oberoi plays the role of PM Modi in “PM Narendra Modi” and Anupam Kher star Manmohan Singh in the movie “The Accidental Prime Minister”.PM Narendra Modi first poster was launched by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in Mumbai on Monday.

Mr. Abdullah further wonders whether someone like Superstar Salman Khan would be a better fit for the role of PM Modi.

“Life is unfair Dr. Manmohan Singh got someone of the calibre of Anupam Kher. Poor Modi ji has to settle for Vivek Oberoi. Salman Khan hota toh kya maza aata,” tweets Omar Abdullah.

Vivek Oberoi starred in Omung Kumar’s “PM Narendra Modi” | tnbclive.in

The first poster of the movie based on a true-life story of PM Modi was unveiled on Monday. In the poster, Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi looks unrecognizable as Prime Minister Narendra Modi, standing in signature style.  

Vivek Oberoi starred in Omung Kumar’s “PM Narendra Modi” | tnbclive.in

PM Narendra Modi is directed by Omung Kumar, who has critically praised biopics including “Sarbjit” and “Mary Kom” to his credit.

The Accidental Prime Minister starred Anupam Kher, which is based on an account by Manmohan Singh’s ex-advisor Sanjaya Baru, will launch this Friday. Most of the Congress supporter believes that the film will highlight Mr. Singh’s tenure as Prime Minister of India under the Congress-led UPA government depicts the Gandhis- Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi in a negative way.

Both the biopics have created a huge buzz as the campaign picks up for the upcoming 2019 National Elections scheduled on May.

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