My Name Is RaGa: This Rahul Gandhi biopic looks like a spoof
Bollywood has noticed an outbreak of politics imbue biographical films of late. I say imbue as they have only a delicate network to real occurrence. They are theatrical piece first, political biopics after. Not long after Anupam Kher famous Dr. Manmohan Singh biopic, The Accidental Prime Minister and Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Thackeray, a mystery for My Name Is RaGa has been released.
RaGa, in case you are not familiar, is a petite of Rahul Gandhi, the descendant of the Gandhi family and president of the Indian National Congress. The mystery is extremely awful.
The clip starts with Rahul as a youthful boy, who is spot in the middle of a swimming pool as Indira Gandhi looks on with delight. The pool is kept right ahead an opulent home to show Rahul’s luxurious upbringing. He is then shown rectifying the leg of a dirty doll around. And then there is a series which shows Indira getting shot and Rahul crying over the circumstance. Still mourning, he asks his father, Rajiv, if he would be assassinated too.
Dr. Manmohan arrives to advise Rahul, “Now your time has arrived. It is your point to shine.” The actor who is playing the role of Dr. Manmohan is giving an effect that is anyway even bad than Anupam Kher’s.
Anyway, Rahul jumps into politics but not before complaining to Sonia that he is not prepared. In a press conference, when asked if he is failing, Rahul says. “Yes.” When asked for the answer if he will fail another time, his answer was similar. The filmmakers seem to be difficult to present Rahul as a man with fairness and truthfulness. Sadly, everything about the video seems like a spoof.
Rupesh Paul, who has headed the film, previous spoke about the movie and said, “The movie has no purpose to exalt Rahul or to mock him. It’s the story of a coming back of a person who had been absurdly assaulted. Anybody who has boldly encountered destruction and collapse can relate to this story. In that sense, I don’t want to call this a biopic; it’s a description of any man who becomes irrepressible after he wins over a calamitoius life.”
“The movie has no purpose to adore Rahul or to disparage him. It’s the story of a recovery of a person who had been badly assaulted,” director Rupesh Paul said in a line.
In the currently released mystery, the film takes a look at Rahul, a child confused by the awful deaths of his grandmother and father. It also gives us glance of a unwilling political entry, emotional clash and Rahul fighting it out in the general platform. Rahul Gandhi is essayed by Aswini Kumar. Himant Kapadiya is Modi, and Anupam Kher’s brother, Raju Kher is Manmohan Singh.
Previous in January, Rahul Gandhi got an insulting depiction in Vijay Ratankar Gutte’s The Accidental Prime Minister. Arjun Mathur acted the Gandhi heir. The film’s release took place soon after Krish’s NTR: Kathanayakudu, in which Telugu Desam Party member and actor Nandamuri Balakrishna starred as his father and the party’s creator, Telugu film legend NT Rama Rao.
A few weeks after, Nawazuddin Siddiqui acted as Shiv Sena inventor Bal Thackeray in Thackeray, directed by Abhijit Panse. In Mahi V Raghav’s Yatra, Mammootty stars as departed Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy of the Congress party.