Ayushmann Hurrana, starring ‘Article 15’, came out two years ago today. The actor was widely praised for playing the role of ASP Ayan Ranjan, and on the day of the film’s second anniversary, he spoke about the work on the project. The Vicky Donor actor, speaking of Article 15, also said that he believes superior content will be the driving force that will bring people back to theaters after the pandemic.
Ayuschmann, who is renowned for the perfect performance of various roles, said: “Article 15 is a special film in my filmography and I cannot thank Anubhava Sinha, sir, for giving me one of the most cherished films of my career. It was an eye. – opened the film for me and helped me see things from another lens. ”
He added: “We need films like Article 15, with excellent content, to get people back to theaters.”
The actor went on to say, “We will need to subvert and present fresh content so people can enjoy, participate and discuss. I firmly believe that the pandemic and restrictions have made us more self-confident than before, and people will only want to invest. time and effort for things that are unique and different from each other. They would like to have a useful community experience. ”
The young star is firmly convinced that fresh, unique and revolutionary cinema will succeed in relaunching the theater business in India.
He said: “Movies will give them that opportunity, but we will have to produce the best content we have ever created. People will want to be entertained with films about new ideas. The scale of the movie won’t matter because content will take precedence in a whole new world. ”
Ayuschmann added: “People have already seen great content from all over the world. Therefore, in order to go to the theater and watch a movie, they need a huge incentive, and the content will play a decisive role. People will want to watch a great movie. films. So let’s all strive to bring this to the audience and successfully relaunch our industry and exhibition sector. ”
Returning to Article 15, it was led by Anubhav Sinha. In the film, Ayuschmann played an officer of the IPS, who was supposed to investigate the rape and murder of two Dalit sisters, whose bodies were on display throughout the village.
The rape case featured in the film was inspired by the brutal Badaun case, where two girls of a backward caste were allegedly raped, murdered and hanged from a tree.
He was also inspired by the Una flogging case, when Dalit family members were attacked by cow vigilantes for allegedly killing cows.
Ayushmann was last seen in Shoojit Sircar’s ‘Gulabo Sitabo’ along with a megastar. Amitabh Bachchan… The star has a number of exciting films in development, including Chandigarh Kara Aashiki directed by Abhishek Kapoor, Anek directed by Anubhav Sinh and Doctor Gee directed by Anubhuti Kashyap.
-with ANI inputs