The makers of 'The Accidental Prime Minister' have dropped a theme song just before the release titled 'Om Shabd' a strong spiritual Sanskrit words often used by Hindus and Buddhist. Re-uniting everyone with the 'Om' consciousness the makers share some cinematic shots picking away the filming of these scenes of the film.
Interestingly, director Vijay Ratnakar Gutte and music composer Sadhu Tiwari give us a pleasant surprise with it. As they clearly adapt this song from the work of late poet Vaidyanath Mishra, better known by his pen name Baba Nagarjun; Om Shabd is filled with his interpretations of the word. As the song acts as an Anthem looking beyond the materialistic world. Click here to watch the music video.
Speaking about The Accidental Prime Minister the film is based on the tenure of a former prime minister is not expected to have songs. If you do hear one, it is perhaps due to the controversy that has made it much more notable. The renowned economist was often perceived as a weak prime minister, working at the behest of Congress president Sonia Gandhi.
At least that is how Anupam Kher, who plays Manmohan Singh, portrays him in the film. Catch this political drama in the theatres from Jan 11.