After Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘Article 15’, here’s why you can’t miss Jimmy Sheirgill’s ‘P Se Pyaar, F Se Farar’

If you feel that Article 15, that comes under Part III of the Constitution of India and deals with the fundamental rights of each citizen, is integral and thereby made sure to watch Ayushmann Khurrana’s film by the same name, then Jimmy Sheirgill’s upcoming film “P Se Pyaar, F Se Farar” is sure to impress you.

Why, you ask? Well, Jimmy’s upcoming “P Se Pyaar, F Se Farar” is based on article 15 and article 19. Article 19 is all about the right to freedom of opinion and expression. This film has already become the talk of the town because of its content.

It features Jimmy Sheirgill, Sanjay Mishra, Kumud Mishra and Girish Kulkarni and highlights the subject of cast and religious disparities. It shows how these inequalities are still prevalent.

The story of the film is based on a real incident that happened in Mathura. It talks about the brutal actions taken against intercast marriages. It’s about a young boy falling in love with a girl and the kind of turbulent and violent reactions that follow between their communities. These make the revered city of love turn into a city of extreme hate. Jimmy plays the lead in the film, that has been directed by Manoj Tiwari and written by Vishal Vijay Kumar. It is produced by Dr Joginder Singh under the banner of Okay Movies Production.