Finally, Pakistan’s censor board has given clearance to the film The Accidental Prime Minister, which featured Anupam Kher as the former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. On January 18, the movie is scheduled to release in Pakistan.

The producer of The Accidental Prime Minister, Jayantilal Gada in a statement said that “PEN Studios is happy to announce that our one-of-a-kind political film, ‘‘The Accidental Prime Minister”, has got a green signal from our neighboring country, Pakistan. Pakistani moviegoers will be able to enjoy the film as it is set to release there.”

Producer Gada continued, “I always admired Imran Khan as a brave cricketer, and now I respect him as a Prime Minister too. I’m also thankful to Pakistan’s Censor Board chairman for approving our film.”

The movie is based on a book of the same title written by Sanjaya Baru, which released on January 11 in India.

Mr. Baru was then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s media adviser.

The Accidental Prime Minister is based on a true story of the life of Manmohan Singh.

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