The Accidental Prime Minister Total Box Office Collection Day 12: Continues Slow Business

The trend of biographical movies is on the inclined graph and here is one more launch based on the biography of India’s last prime minister Mr Manmohan Singh. The film is titled as ‘The Accidental Prime Minister.’ The film is a biographical political drama presented by Rudra Production. The film is directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte and is produced by Sunil Bohra and Dhaval Gada.

Anupam Kher, The Accidental Prime Minister

The film stars Anupam Kher, Akshaye Khanna and Suzanne Bernert. Anupam Kher is playing the pivotal role of Manmohan Singh, the economist and politician who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014 under the United Progressive Minister Alliance. The film launched today in competition with Shah Rukh Khan’s Zero Movie.

The film launched in front of SRK’s Zero movie which was on high buzz and may not get that much attention from the audience. From all around the followers of Manmohan Singh, this movie is a must watch but we all know that majority of the audience will go over Zero Movie.

In terms of box office collection, Zero movie is expected to grow much higher than Anupam Kher’s movie The Accidental Prime Minister. From a rough estimate, the film is expected to grab around 10 crores of a collection on its very first day at box office. The number of screening for this film is a bit lower than the Zero movie. One more point which needs to be noted that the film is not listed over major online ticket booking platforms like Paytm.

The Accidental Prime Minister 1st Day Box Office Collection: 8-10 Crore (Approx.)

In a recent interview with the press, Mr Manmohan Singh revealed that he was not just an accident prime minister rather he was an accidental finance minister too. Complete plot of the movie revolves around the incident how Manmohan Singh turned out as the prime minister of India and maintained the designation for continuous 10 years.


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