Movie Mere Pyare Prime Minister Review: Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra with Brilliant star cast


Film Maker Rakesh Omprakash Mehra’s film Mere Pyare Prime Minister is being released on March 15. The story of the film is on a child’s system of insistence and manner of working.

The backdrop of the story is a slum in Mumbai. Here a poor woman Sargan (Anjali Patil) lives with her 8-year-old son Kanhu (Om Kanaujia).

Both mother and son are living happily ever after poverty. There is a major problem of the toilet in thousands of habitations. Due to lack of toilet, women have to go to the railway track in the dark for excretion.

Meanwhile, the mother sargan becomes rape while she was going to the railway track at night for the toilet. From here it comes to a twist in the story.

After this incident, Kanhu decides that he will continue to make a toilet for the mother. For this battle, Kanhu reaches the prime minister of India and realize the power of democracy. The film’s treatment has been shown to run away from both the light and fast.

The music of the film constantly keeps the audience bound and does not allow embarrassing. At the same time, the characters are shown poor but are not worn out. They know how to be happy, live and love.

Kanhu’s friends in the side cast in the movie laugh in between ringtones and Nirala beach. From friends to Anjali’s neighbor Rabia (Rasika Agashe), the whole cast shows the story on the best screen.

This 104-minute film does not give the audience the chance to wander. The story of the film is written by writer Manoj Marata. But due to lack of mass film, will it get good viewers?

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