Why such a bad biopic?
PM Narendra Modi, a biopic on the man who has been leading our country from the past five years. He is surely one of the biggest names in the history of Indian politics and we surely expected a great biopic on him. But well, we are left highly disappointed.
Watch it If you like -
Just don’t watch it. If you respect our Prime Minister skip this film.
But Beware of -
A lot of things, especially Vivek Oberoi’s horrible acting.
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Omung Kumar has made two biopics in the past, Mary Kom and Sarbjit. While the former was a hit, the latter was a flop at the box office. Now he has come up with the biopic on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Omung weakest work till date was said to be his last release Bhoomi, but the Sanjay Dutt starrer is a masterpiece in front of PM Narendra Modi.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
The movie shows the journey of Narendra Modi, from a tea seller to becoming the Prime Minister of India. But then the screenplay and the narration is so boring that after a point you start yawning while watching the movie. There are some scenes that make you laugh, no they are not at all comedy scenes, but the way they have been narrated, you start laughing.
In the first half the makers needed a narration to explain people what’s happening in the film because maybe they knew what a crap movie they have made. The second half is a bit better, but just gets stretched after a point. Even the opposition party bashing was not required, it looked forced. We also saw a movie named India’s Most Wanted today, and one of the factors we loved in the movie was that patriotism was not forced, but in PM Narendra Modi it looked forced throughout the film.
When you make a biopic, the most important factor is the lead actor. Here we have Vivek Oberoi. We are not saying that Vivek is a bad actor. He has shown his acting talent in many films earlier. But here as Narendra Modi, he is horrible. That accent of his in the movie is so irritating. The movie stars other talented actors like Manoj Joshi and Zarina Wahab, and both of them have been wasted. Even actors playing the role opposition party leaders are not convincing at all.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
We would not like to talk about the songs here, but let’s talk about the background score. The background score sounded like taken from an Ekta Kapoor serial and believe us, it starts annoying after a point.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
PM Narendra Modi is a biopic that even Narendra Modi himself would like to erase from his memory.