Making yet another addition to his extraordinary body of work in Hindi cinema, Anupam Kher wowed audiences with his latest release, The Accidental Prime Minister (TAPM).
In his illustrious career spanning over three decades and 500 films, the thespian has once again pushed the envelope as an actor with TAPM, portraying the role of India’s former PM Dr. Manmohan Singh.
The Accidental One Rupee Note: This video is sent to me by Tejpal Ramanlal ji from Vadodara. What he describes here is not even one in a million possibility. But I have always believed that in life- #KuchBhiHoSaktaHai. Watch this. 😳🤓😎 👇#TheAccidentalPrimeMinister pic.twitter.com/LFSvz48IHJ
— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) January 12, 2019
As the film continues to gain strong momentum at the box office, we stumbled upon a video showcasing an interesting story of an accidental one rupee note! Considering the fun play of destiny, the video features a man informing about the one rupee note which was signed by the Reserve Bank of India in 1977 and issued by Dr Manmohan Singh, who was Finance Secretary then. The number depicted on the note being 070355 indicates 7th March, 1955 which happens to be the birthday of Anupam Kher.
“It’s surreal!” the actor informs, “After watching the video, I think I was destined to do The Accidental Prime Minister.”
“I’m really happy that the film has been receiving so well and also grateful to the audience for appreciating my performance,” he adds.