After 2018, I don’t figure anybody can ever question Ayushmann Khurrana. The person offered consecutive splendid motion pictures a year ago and resembles his ‘hit’ streak isn’t fading away at any point in the near future.
An investigation that will set the tone for the entire nation.
Watch #Article15 in a cinema near you in 2 days#AbFarqLaayengehttps://t.co/i1i4CBlwlk@anubhavsinha #ManojPahwa #KumudMishra #IshaTalwar #nassar @sayanigupta @Mdzeeshanayyub @sirfgaurav @zeestudios_ @ZeeMusicCompany pic.twitter.com/EzOTNQdHuj— Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) 26 June 2019
His first arrival of the year arrived in somewhat late yet well, it’s obviously worth the pause. ‘Article 15’ is discharging in two or three days and we as a whole need to hold up till at that point, yet like constantly, a few people have just observed it and are giving out their feeling on it.
Spoiler alert – People love the motion picture and it’s everything constructive input. It would appear that this consistent sentiment is genuinely necessary after the violent week we’ve had with ‘Kabir Singh’.
As the name recommends, the motion picture is essentially about the Article 15 of the Indian Constitution, which restricts separation on grounds of religion, race, position, sex or spot of birth.
The motion picture depends on genuine occasions of the 2014 Badaun assault case and the 2016 Una flagellating episode, with Ayushmann playing a cop.
Alright, presently with the rundown done, here are all the beneficial things individuals are stating about the motion picture:
Anubhav Sinha has gotten a great deal of recognition!
#Article15 is relentless, dark, disturbing, heart wrenching, well intentioned caste based cop drama. It shows the ugliest side of our inhuman behaviour towards the people ‘who are like not us’. Director @anubhavsinha and @ayushmannk deserves kudos for showing us the mirror.— Ravi Jain (@ravijain0701) 25 June 2019
#Article15 is powerful, engaging and provocative. More power to @anubhavsinha who has a brilliant grip over the narrative. @ayushmannk @sayanigupta #KumudMishra #ManojPahwa excel. Ewan Mulligan’s camerawork is riveting, the background score adds to the mood. Don’t miss it. **** pic.twitter.com/b4ji5OBUbx— Suresh Mathew (@Suresh_Mathew_) 25 June 2019
#Article15 ‘s piecing commentary on the caste system and the abhorrent discrimination in this country ,hits the bull’s eye .It is ruthless in its pursuit of justice and equality.The impactful dialogues is specifically effective. @anubhavsinha ‘s objective is crystal clear.— Rudrani Chattoraj (@rudrani_rudz) 25 June 2019
@anubhavsinha‘s #Article15 is an atmospheric police procedural and a hard hitting social drama with topnotch production values and an evocative sound design. @ayushmannk leads a wonderful cast featuring #ManojPahwa, #KumudMishra, @sayanigupta and the inimitable @Mdzeeshanayyub. pic.twitter.com/K2hM0VSMEX— Murtaza Ali Khan (@apotofvestiges) 25 June 2019
The suspension of disbelief required for #Article15 lies in us hoping that police officers like Ayan Ranjan exist in the system. One could be fussy and do some nitpicking but the relevance and intensity of #Article15 is for everyone to see.— Suresh Mathew (@Suresh_Mathew_) 25 June 2019
Complex, intense and tackling a lot within a limited time, you have to rewatch @anubhavsinha‘s #Article15 to peel-off all the layers. Excited about the talk it’s going to start & learn more about the existing bias in 2019. Also is it too late to have a crush on @ayushmannk again?— sameeksha dandriyal (@s_dandriyal) 25 June 2019
A well-made film, #Article15 shocks you with the terror that exists in the name of casteism. @ayushmannk once again impresses with his unconventional choice. @anubhavsinha doesn’t glorify the crime but emphasizes on the need to change. @sayanigupta‘s powerful act can’t be missed.— Monika Rawal (@monikarawal) 26 June 2019
@anubhavsinha slowly sucks you into the world of #Article15. Ewan Mulligan’s images, compelling performances by @ayushmannk #KumudMishra #ManojPahwa etc., a powerful story & the dialogues keep you gripped in a film does not shy away from putting a mirror to society.— Udita J (@UditaJ) 26 June 2019
After forcing us to think about the ‘us’ & ‘them’ reflex of religion (Mulk), @anubhavsinha brings the same question to caste with this gritty take. @ayushmannk will look back at #Article15 with pride. Much needed story, told well. India needs more of thishttps://t.co/2NIkZFgTly— Anshul Chaturvedi (@AnshulChaturvdi) 26 June 2019
Having watched Article 15 I can tell you it most definitely does not target anyone but reveals truth of the current society. Caste is global issue and needs to be talked about. One thing cinema can do is make people think and that is what this film does. Kudos to @anubhavsinha— Rupinder Kaur (@RupinderKW) 25 June 2019