Mere Pyare Prime Minister review: A short film with big message


Mere Pyare Prime Minister review

Star Cast: 

Anjali Patil, Om Kanojiya, Rasika Agashe, Adarsh Bharti


Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra


Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, P.S. Bharathi, Navmeet Singh, Rajiv Tandon, Arpit Vyas


2.5/5 Stars

Music Director:


Mere Pyare Prime Minister review

Mere Pyare Prime Minister has been released in cinemas. The film focuses on the issue of open defecation and sanitation problems in the country told through the story of a slum boy who wants to build a toilet for his mother. Here is Mere Pyare Prime Minister review which might help you to watch it.

Mere Pyare Prime Minister review

Story of the movie:

The story of the film revolves around young Kanhaiya who lives in a slum in Mumbai with his single mother Sargam (Anjali Patil) in a village with no toilet facilities. After Sargam is raped on her way to relieving herself in the open, Kanhaiya decides to take matters into his own hands. He writes a letter to the prime minister and travels to the capital city with his friends to make himself heard. How Kanhu faces this issue for his mom, is what the rest of the story is about.

Star Performance:

Om Kanojiya has delivered a brilliant performance in the film. Anjali Patil also played her role successfully. While, others like Rasika Agashe  and Adarsh Bharti have done justice to their roles.

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Music Direction:

The film’s music is good. Background score is partially good and that’s about it, nothing commendable.


The film’s direction is good. But, the story of the film could be even better. The film maintains its pace and its emotional and sensitive gaze throughout. The strength and weakness of the film overlaps. The bare display of poverty and the disadvantages that come with it favours the film at times, and some moments stand out. 

Watch Or Not:

The film gives a big message. So, you can watch it.

Mere Pyare Prime Minister Trailer:

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