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Modi – Journey of a Common man for common people around the country

Modi – Journey of a Common man

Modi – Journey of a Common man

Genre – Biopic
Director – Umesh Shukla
Star castFaisal Khan, Ashish Sharma and Mahesh Thakur
Writer – Mihir Bhuta and Radhika Anand
Total Episodes – 10-episode series
Digital Media – Eros Now

The OMG makers have returned with web series made on the Indian Prime Minister called Modi – Journey of a Common man. It has Umesh Shukla as its director, while the star cast includes Faisal Khan, Ashish Sharma and Mahesh Thakur in the lead roles and the web series is written by Mihir Bhuta and Radhika Anand. The 10-episode series has the Digital Media Eros Now in it. The web series is inspired by Kishore Makwana’s 2015 hagiography called Common Man’s PM – Narendra Modi.

Modi – Journey of a Common man web series

The rise in popularity of the Indian PM has given a couple of filmmakers and producers to embark upon with biopics and Web series that helped people to catch the life of the man and his struggle to become the most powerful man of the country. The makers have roped in three different men to play the character of Modi showcasing different phases of his life.

However, with the general elections coming at the corner, many have been critical about the web series in the media particularly the political parties in the opposition. They alleged that Mr. Modi is trying to influence the filmmakers to promote him before the audience to mobilize the voters in his favor. But shall we call this as the love of a filmmaker or an opportunity to catch his image to score more in the entertainment industry? Stay tuned to know more about it and others only with us.

 

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