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'Article 15' wins big at London Indian Film Festival

'Article 15' wins big at London Indian Film Festival

New Delhi, Jul 2 (UNI) Ayushmann Khurrana starrer and Anubhav Sinha directorial 'Article 15' opened the 10th edition of London Indian Film Festival (LIFF), which is Europe’s largest South Asian film festival.

Not only this, but the film 'Article 15' has won at the London Indian Film Festival which is truly a proud moment for the whole nation.

The film which has a hard-hitting storyline is already touching the right chord with all the audience. Inspired by true incidents, the film brings out the thought-provoking reality of the society to the screens with its thrilling investigative drama backdrop.

Ecstatic about the overwhelming response at the LIFF director Anubhav Sinha said, 'I am so happy that the film actually connected with Indians abroad and with non-Indians alike, who are not facing this version of inequality on a daily basis.'

The film is doing extremely well at the box office despite heavy rains. The day four collection stands at Rs 24.01 crore at the box office.

The investigative drama, 'Article 15' has struck the right chord with Bollywood as well at the film’s special screening.

The film features Ayushmann in a never-seen-before cop avatar with a heroic element to the character. With a no-nonsense appearance, the character has already become a hit among the audience with a realistic portrayal.

The film released on June 28, and has already gripped the nation with its catchphrase, 'Ab farq laayenge'.

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