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Movie Review: PM Narendra Modi

May 24th, 2019 | by vBollywood Author
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Movie: PM Narendra Modi
Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Manoj Joshi, Prashant Narayanan, Boman Irani
Writer: Anirudh Chawla (dialogue), Anirudh Chawla (screenplay)
Director: Omung Kumar
Our rating: 3/5
Official trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekwuv6a97JQ

PM Narendra Modi film has lots of melodramatic angles, dramamic characters with slow narration of the film.

The film does give a story of what all Narendra Modi has been through. The story is set throughout the country, it starts with Gujarat. We get to see Naru aka Narendra Damodardas Modi selling tea for his living. He lives with his parents and siblings with a vision of serving the country. Saluting the Indian flag, Narendra is not sure about choosing his career from – an army-man, a monk or to join politics. He decides to become a monk and goes to hills, to spend the rest of his life.

He meets a senior monk there who is able to teach him a few life-lessons over the course of two years. Narendra Modi decides to do something for the country, and hence he joins Gujarat politics. He becomes a part of the political scenario over there, and help the public from the tyrannical rule over there. He is liked by all but unfortunately is pushed from his own party. He comes back stronger and takes over as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. The rest of the story is about his journey towards the top tier of political hierarchy – as the Prime Minister.

Being a biopic, Sandip Ssingh’s story is inspired by Prime Minister’s life. The whole flashback sequences of PM’s childhood is fine but the dialogues are poorly written and with melodramatic angles, characters overacting add to the also narrative of the film.

Vivek Oberoi does not get the tone right, nor does he look the part. He does look similar in the later portions of Mr Modi’s life, with the help of make -up. He goes overboard in many scenes with his handwork and the way of he delivers dialogues. Manoj Joshi has done a great job as Amit Shah. Prashant Narayanan proved to be very good. His portrayal of a corrupt business is impressive with a lot of sass.

PM Narendra Modi movie lacks entertainment value with not much to offer.

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