Mere Pyare Prime Minister 2018 info:-
Mere Pyare Prime Minister 2018, After his mother is raped when she goes out at night to defecate, a young boy takes it upon himself to build a toilet for her and writes a letter to the Prime Minister to help improve the conditions in his slum.
Open defecation is a huge problem facing India and has already been addressed in a film last year. So when Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra decides to come up with another film on the same subject.
you might hope he may have something more to say. Does he? Almost. While the previous film Mere Pyare Prime Minister 2018 was a love story where a husband works at building toilets for his wife, here, we have a young boy named Kanhu (Om Kanojiya) who wants to do the same for his mother.
In his quest for his slum to have a toilet, he writes a letter to the Prime Minister and travels to Delhi from Mumbai, with his motley crew Ringtone (Adarsh Bharti) and Nirala(Prasad), to hand-deliver the letter to the PM.
The first thing that the filmmaker avoids is to politicize the issue like other films about the subject have done, which in itself is a commendable thing. He focuses on the story instead which elevates the film from being a propaganda machine.
Mere Pyare Prime Minister 2018 Plot:-
The story revolves around the film’s eight-year-old protagonist, Kannu (Kanojia), who lives in a slum and dreams of building a toilet for his mother. After his mother Sargam (Patil) gets raped when she goes out in the night to defecate in the open, Kannu takes charge of improving the conditions in the slum.
In his quest to build a toilet, Kannu writes a letter to the prime minister and travels to Delhi from Mumbai with his fellow comrades Ringtone (Bharti) and Mere Pyare Prime Minister 2018 Nirala (Prasad).
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s “Mere Pyare Prime Minister” (My Dear Prime Minister) is another one in a long line of Hindi films with the urge to highlight India’s open defecation problem. From Akshay Kumar.
“Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” to Nila Madhab Pandya’s “Halkaa”, Bollywood seems to have discovered that toilets and the lack of them make for a compelling narrative.
While the aim is sincere, you would be wise not to grab too much popcorn while watching them in the theatre. Multiple shots of people defecating, and prolonged conversations about the expelling of human waste aren’t exactly conducive to your appetite. And Mehra’s film has plenty of those.
The film’s eight-year-old protagonist, Kannu (Om Kanojiya) lives in one of Mumbai’s many slums and spends much of his time talking about toilets with his friends and sometimes, even dreaming about them. His home and community don’t have a toilet, so residents have to go near the train tracks to relieve themselves.
Kannu’s mother Sargam (Anjali Patil) catches the eye of the local drug lord (Makarand Deshpande) but she is in love with Pappu, a book-seller from the slum, who returns her affections. Their momentary happiness is shattered when Sargam is raped by a local policeman on the train tracks one morning. Please See More Information…………..
Mere Pyare Prime Minister 2018 Cast:-
- Om Kanojiya as Kanhu
- Anjali Patil as Sargam
- Atul Kulkarni as Prime minister’s official
- Makarand Deshpande as Sainath
- Rasika Agashe as Rabiya
- Sonia Albizuri as Eva Patten
- Syna Anand as Mangla
- Adarsh Bharti as Ringtone
- Prasad as Nirala
- Nachiket Purnapatre as Sajju
- Niteesh Wadhwa as Pappu
- Jigyasa Yaduwanshi as Lady Cop
Mere Pyare Prime Minister 2018 Production:-
The director of the film, Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra has made films on stories based on Delhi. This time he based the story of his film, Mere Pyare Prime Minister, on the life of people in slums of Mumbai. Mehra said, “The subject has been simmering on a slow fire for three years.
I’m a Delhi boy and all my films – Rang De Basanti, Delhi 6, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and Mirzya Mere Pyare Prime Minister 2018 were all set in the North. But I’ve been living in Mumbai since 1988 and seen it transform into a world city.
The buildings are taller now but there are still slums around them that have always intrigued me and made me follow the path of Salaam Bombay, Slumdog Millionaire and other stories which have grown out of them.” He noted the film was not so much about comparisons as a story of people and relationships.
National award-winning actress Anjali Patil was selected to play the mother of the child protagonist around whom the film revolves. Three kids living in the slums were selected to play the role of his friends. The principal photography began in May 2017.