Tamilrockers leaks 'The Accidental Prime Minister' online after Rajinikanth's 'Petta'

Anupam Kher in a still from The Accidental Prime Minister

The movie's screening was stopped, though its 2 pm show on the first day had passed off smoothly, Chokhani said.

The Congress activists also allegedly threatened the viewers to immediately leave the auditorium and claimed they would not allow the film to be screened anywhere as its content is "disrespectful" towards the senior party leaders. "We have made this film with a lot of sincerity and we don't have any political agenda behind the release of the film", he told IANS.

Some of the agitators were seen shouting slogans like Rahul Gandhi Zinabad. With such reviews coming in, the audiences are not giving a film second chance and seeking options to watch on their laptops and mobile phones. And now, a group of Congress workers allegedly attacked a theatre in a Kolkata shopping mall and disrupted a show.

Incidentally, both the movies can be termed as BJP propagandas in some way or the other.

She claimed there should be another film named "The disastrous Prime Minister" in future. Two days since the release of the film, the film avoiding early piracy leaks is helping at box office. "The Accidental Prime Minister had limited growth on Saturday with a jump of 15% approximately". With this, three big Tollywood releases, namely, Rajinikanth's Petta, Ajith's Viswasam and Ram Charan's Vinaya Vidheya Rama have also released this weekend but they are not likely to have any significant impact on the biz. of the film. Reportedly, it was "incorrect representations" of facts that led them to protest. "Our supporters are deeply hurt because the film tends to insult the party", senior Congress leader Om Prakash Misra said.