Article 15 Film review: Ayushman Khurana’s film is important, powerful and well crafted.
Cast: Ayushmann Khurrana, Manoj Pahwa, Kumud Mishra, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Ashish Verma, Sayani Gupta, Isha Talwar, Nasser
Director: Anubhav Sinha
One of them is an image of a worker, a dirty and open drainage manual, which eliminates sewage sludge. With his face and body submerged in the mud, he goes back in seconds to finish the job, which he condemns for his race.
In another scene, a right-wing thug admitted to beating three factory workers who demanded a three-fold increase in salary. When asked why he beat them, he replied coldly: “They look like okata.” And what is Okat? “Okat is what we know.”
Article 15 talks a lot about Aokata and Jat. The reference of the film to the provision in the Constitution of India that prohibits discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, gender and birth. However, it is no secret that the majority of the Indian caste remains a constant brand of identity and the sole cause of conflict and violence. After taking a mallet to counter Islamophobia and intolerance in his last film, Malik, Anuboo similarly defended the caste system of centuries and its oppression and oppression, which he has accused of arrogance.
Ayushman Khorana is playing the role of Ian Ranjan, a newly appointed IPS officer stationed in a small town in Lalgaon, in the Argyle of Uttar Pradesh. Ian represents the literate and urban Indian: ideal, progressive, awake, but unconscious when it comes to the “real problems” of India. ‘Real’ India. Influenced by the horrible events of Badun since 2014, in which two teenage Dalit girls were raped in groups and killed, their bodies hung from a tree, the film led Ian to investigate. Which, in turn, causes anger. The atrocities of the caste, and consider yourself for what they really are and what they mean.
Not only is it important to say the movie, but it is where he says it. In one of the best scenes to laugh, Ian tells his junior officers to which race they belong, only to discover that there is also a classification in the lower castes.
Filmography is also solid. Inobho and his cinematographer Avon Milligan create a strong sense of prediction that hangs over the waves, as darkness and violence spread across each corner. The film stands out in its commitment to annoy the viewer. The bodies are filmed in an uncomfortable proximity, the tension is slowly created by the background score of the building and the search for a third girl who is lost but who can still survive is eating everything. Is.
Anobh brought together a cricket team of great actors to play a key role. Manoj Pahwa, especially as a senior police officer who warns Ian not to alter the current balance, is especially good, since Kamod Mishra plays a policeman, but he is a broom bearer. Born Mohammad Zeeshan Ayub has a small but memorable role as a Dalit revolutionary, and Sian Gupta shows a Dalit girl and her love interest.
Of course, there are parts here too. Ian’s constant interaction with his girlfriend seems to be on track, but it is never necessary. Then there is the matter of Ian himself, a high Brahmin caste, who has become the savior of the oppressed and the oppressed. Anyway, by the way, Ayushman Khorana played this role so beautifully, it’s a wonderful performance. Never be fooled, Auyushman sympathizes with Ian’s bow with such honesty and gesture that it is impossible to unite his roots. This is easily the strongest performance of an actor and is the best performance of any actor this year.
Article 15 is not just an important film, it is a powerful film and is very well produced. Everything kicks and screams at you, but it’s a movie that justifies its tone. Don’t miss it. I’m going with four out of five. It will crush your throat.
Article 15 is a dramatic Hindi language crime film of 2019 written by Gaurav Solanki and Anubhav Sinha and directed by Sinha. The film was produced by Sinha under the banners of Zee Studios and Banaras Media Works. These include Aushaman Khorana, Esha Talwar, Sian Gupta, Kamod Mishra, Manoj Pahwa, Wen and Sanbal Toqir, and a police investigation began after the disappearance of three teenagers from a small village.
The film talks about article 15 of the Constitution of India, which prohibits discrimination based on religion, race, caste, gender or place of birth. Although not based on a specific incident, the film is influenced by a series of real-life incidents, including accusations of the v