Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, Mere Pyare Prime Minister, starring Anjali Patil and child actor Om Kanojiya, is a story of a child who writes a minute to India’s PM after his mom gets intimately assaulted. The song of a film has been stoical by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. The film releases this Friday along with Ritesh Batra’s Photograph.
Here are reasons that make Mere Pyare Prime Minister a good watch this week:
1. Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra (Director)
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra has delivered films that yank during your demur and has managed to keep them graphic from any other. He has films like Rang De Basanti, Delhi 6 and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag to his credit. With Mere Pyare Prime Minister, a filmmaker not usually touches on a problem of open defecation though also wishes to change a mindset of people about rape victims.
Mere Pyare Prime Minister is a story of an eight-year-old child (Kanhaiya) and his attribute with his 24-year-old singular mom (Sargam). He wants to strengthen her in each business and loves her so most that in his childlike ignorance expresses his wish of marrying her when he grows up. They live in a dive in Mumbai where a problem of open defecation is really prevalent. One day Sargam gets intimately assaulted while returning from her daily routine. This creates Kanhaiya hit a doorway of a top bureau in a nation to find probity for his mom and writes letters to a PM so as to make himself heard.
3. Slice-of-life film
The trailer of a film has been edited so good that we are now pulled into a story of a innocent, eight-year-old Kanhaiya and his singular mom Sargam. While a pretension and a recover time of a film competence spirit during a domestic inclination, though it’s not domestic during all. Rather, it is about a son’s quarrel to move probity to his mother.
4. Critical acclaim
The Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra directorial premiered during a Rome Film Festival. It was a usually Asian film that was screened during a film festival and it perceived a prolonged station acclaim from a audience. Not usually this, after a 91st Academy Awards, some netizens opined that a film had a intensity to go for a Oscars. Hashtag #AFilmThatDidntGoToOscars also started trending on Twitter around that time.
5. Social message
In times when Bollywood filmmakers are perplexing to move a change in society, Mere Pyare Prime Minister attempts during changing a mindset of people about rape victims and also highlights a grave problem of open defecation in India. Considering a impact of cinema on a audience, a film looks like a good collect this week.