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Remote returned IPS official Ayan Ranjan (Ayushmann Khurrana) is given over the incharge of Lalgaon Police Station in the heartland of India. As situations develop in a steady progression, Ayan understands that the spot is thinking about rank discrimation at each corner.
Indeed, even before he could soak in this culture stun, an appalling wrongdoing comes into the light where two underage young ladies are discovered dangling from a tree in the wake of being brutually damaged, while the third young lady disappears. Everybody around him is quick to forget about the case far from anyone’s regular field of vision in the appearance of ‘respect executing’, however Ayan’s senses reveal to him generally.
With ‘Article 15’, executive Anubhav Sinha and author Gaurav Solanki obtain a leaf out of a genuine episode and turn a hard-hitting story which causes you to acknowledge how profound the rank based violations keep running in our general public. The producers don’t sugarcoat the unpleasant pill and that is one reason why ‘Article 15’ makes a convincing watch.
At long last breaking free from his ‘Dilli ka munda’ form, Ayushmann Khurrana drops a charming astonishment as an intense cop who won’t surrender to the deterrents around him. The on-screen character sparkles in the scene where he is astounded with the station hierachy. There are minutes where he just gives his outward appearances a chance to do the talking and kid, the power before long develops on you. Sayani Gupta is contribute flawless her part. Prepared on-screen characters like Manoj Pahwa and Kumud Mishra pack a punch with their splendid demonstration. Mohammed Zeeshan Ayub and Naseer too set up a decent demonstration, however Zeeshan’s job could have been fleshed somewhat more.
Ayushmann Khurrana’s Article 15 holds a mirror to our general public that is as yet thinking about rank differences even after the introduction of Indian Constitution.