Special screening of PM Narendra Modi biopic held in Gujarat

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It took us longer to release the film than to make it.

The producers of the movie had shared the first trailer of the film in March but soon after the controversies pooled, the trailer had to be removed from the internet.

"The film will release in 1700 screens in India and we plan to release it in about 600 screens overseas", a team member had said earlier.

Modi's run as the Gujarat Chief Minister was captured in the trailer. In the trailer, we also see Vivek as Modi taking a dig at former PM Manmohan Singh. However, he later deleted the post and apologised after receiving flak on social media. "Ab koi nahi rok sakta (PM Narendra Modi is coming again and this time no one can stop him)". Vivek also urged those who had opposed the release of his film to go and watch the biopic "PM Narendra Modi", saying that they might get inspired and learn to become better leaders.

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Adding to this thought, Vivek said, "I just feel that if they focussed a little bit more on the work at hand, serving the people which they are supposed to rather than doing all this nonsense".

The release of the PM biopic was stopped just a day before its scheduled date on April 11 when the Lok Sabha polls kicked off, to ensure a level playing field in the elections.

The film is produced by Sandip Singh, Anand Pandit and Suresh Oberoi, this much-awaited biopic showcases an ensemble cast led by Vivek Oberoi in the titular role.