Ayushmann Khurana who has established a name for himself with scripts like (Vicky the Donor) that force the society to think, is coming with a new one in his crossbow i.e. Article 15. He has been receiving a roaring response over his unique look of an IPS officer in Article 15, ever since the first poster of the film was out. Not only its poster but also its trailer is hard-hitting and has moved the audience with its thrilling storyline.
His heroic cop look went down so well with the silver screen visitors that he is still the talk of the town, receiving a great response. While readying himself for the character, he explains how he prepared for the portrayal of the IPS officer. These are his words,
“There are different characters and every role differs. I am playing the role of an IPS officer. I had to fulfill different requirements, there is a poise which is required for this particular character and there is a different preparation altogether. Mainly the film’s subject is real and talks about real issues. It doesn’t completely talk about real instances but it has been inspired by them. I haven’t taken references from any other Bollywood movies but I have friends who are IPS officers and I have spoken to them instead, to keep it real.”
Article 15 is an investigative drama that has already piqued the excitement of the audience. It is a silver screen experiment that demands change in the society for each individual and has asked everyone to take action with its hard-hitting line, ‘Ab farq laayenge’!
‘Article 15’ is set to be honored with a global premiere at the tenth edition of the London Indian Film Festival. In addition, it will be shown on the festival’s opening night. The film has cast that includes: Isha Talwar, M Nassar, Manoj Pahwa, Sayani Gupta, Kumud Mishra and Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub.
One thing can be easily interpreted from both Article 15’s cast and its script, that quality content cannot be ensured with a big-billed cast. A good script and talented individuals both can deliver quality entertainment in coordination for sure.