PM Narendra Modi is an upcoming Indian Memoir Film, which exhibit the life of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi directed by Omung Kumar. This film is based on life of the 14th Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, presenting Vivek Oberio in the lead role who is also credited as co-writer of the film. The film will release on 11 April in 23 different languages. Decibels are rising around the release of the film PM Narendra Modi that is expected to hit theatres in two days. Meanwhile, five episodes of a web series titled Modi: Journey of a Common Man is quietly streaming on Eros Now. Narendra Modi is the current Prime Minister of India. He represents Varanasi constituency in the Lok Sabha. He is the most prominent leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He is considered a master strategist for his party. Narendra Damodardas Modi was born to a family of grocers in a town called Vadnagar in Mehsana district of Gujarat. He was born on 17 September, 1950 to Damodardas Mulchand Modi and Heeraben Modi. The couple had six children among which Narendra Modi was the third eldest. Narendra Modi always had the utmost zeal and enthusiasm to serve and help the people in need.
PM Narendra Modi Movie Trailer
The Supreme Court on Tuesday (9th April 2019) dismissed a petition filed by a Congress activist seeking stay on the release of biopic on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The apex court said it was not entertaining the petition for the stay on the release of the film as the plea is “premature” as the movie had not yet been certified by the Censor Board. It said even if the film is released on April 11, as claimed by the Congress activist, it would be appropriate for him to seek a redressal from the Election Commission.
PM Narendra Modi Trailer Review
The trailer trait Vivek Anand Oberoi playing Modi through various stages of his life – including his early years with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, his long period as Chief Minister of Gujarat – leading up to his party’s victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Modi is shown as a man of action in the trailer, rescuing Muslims during the communal riots in Gujarat in 2002, personally supervising the response to the attack on the Akshardham temple in 2002, and talking tough against Pakistan: “I warn Pakistan, if they attack us again, I will cut off their hands. You have seen our sacrifice, now witness our revenge.” The trailer also contains glimpses from Modi’s childhood, his years as a tea seller, his RSS training, and his years in self-imposed exile from marriage and family. As the trailer dropped, it’s dialogues garnered a lot of attention and thus many scenes were turned into memes, just like any other trailers in the recent past. While for some, “Main sanyasi banna chhata hoon” became fodder for memes and for others it was Oberoi’s line “Hum Hindustani nahi ban paye”.
PM Narendra Modi: An upcoming Indian biographical film
PM Narendra Modi Release Date
PM Narendra Modi is an upcoming Bollywood movie that is based on the early life of our current Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is his journey how he became the Prime Minister of our country and what were the beliefs & actions that led him to his fate. In the lead, you will be capable of seeing Vivek Oberoi portraying the character of Narendra Modi while you also got Boman Irani in the movie. The movie has been directed by Omung Kumar who has previously directed movies like Mary Kom, Bhoomi, and Sarabjit. Everyone is a complete fan of our current Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Vivek Anand Oberoi-starrer ‘PM Narendra Modi’ captures the Prime Ministers’s journey from ‘chaiwala’ to becoming the PM, in the course of which he is depicted in various shades like young man on a spiritual quest, living austerely, being trained as an RSS cadet, becoming chief minister of Gujarat and finally, cut to 2014.Although, there is a lot that has been talked about him and his past although do you know everything. Well, if it’s something that you are curious about then must tell you that PM Narendra Modi is all set to release on 11th April 2019.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that in today’s India, there are more solutions than there are problems.