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'Welcome Back Arvind Kejriwal Ji, Finally You're Back In Business': Twitterati Can't Keep Calm After Delhi CM Reviews Ayushmann Khurrana's 'Article 15', Here's What He Said

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Published:

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  • As Ayushmann Khurrana starring and Anubhav Sinha directed 'Article 15' released on Friday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took to his Twitter handle to review the film.
  • The film that is inspired by the heinous 2014 Badaun rape incident where two teenage girls were gang-raped and gruesomely murdered has received terrific reviews from the fans and critics both.

As Ayushmann Khurrana starring and Anubhav Sinha directed 'Article 15' released on Friday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took to his Twitter handle to review the film.

The film that is inspired by the heinous 2014 Badaun rape incident where two teenage girls were gang-raped and gruesomely murdered has received terrific reviews from the fans and critics both.

Kejriwal's review of the controversial film 'Article 15' went viral on Twitter on Saturday after he wrote: "Watched Article 15. V powerful movie." [sic]

Kejriwal's one line short reviews on Twitter are quite popular and when he wrote for Ayushmann's movie, Netizens yet again couldn't keep calm.

One user wrote: "Welcome Back Arvind Kejriwal ji ... Finally you’re back in business !!" [sic], the other wrote: "Become a professional movie critic, leave this job"
[sic]

Here's the post -

For those who have missed Kejriwal's earlier movie reviews, here are some - take a look:

Coming back to Ayushmann Khurrana's film 'Article 15', Republicworld.com reviewed the film and called it a 'powerful crime noir with scabrous socio-political realities'.

The investigative thriller features Ayushmannn Khurrana as a cop, with Sayani Gupta, Kumud Mishra and Manoj Pahwa. 

According to the official website of CBFC, the film was categoried 'UA'- unrestricted public exhibition but with parental guidance after the makers submitted a compliance certificate from the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) and added a voice-over in Hindi in the existing disclaimer before in the beginning of the film. 

The board suggested a modification in a scene by removing the visual of a flag falling in fire. It replaced a sexually abusive word with another expression and also a derogatory word directed towards parents.

Visuals of beating people was also reduced by 30 per cent.

Republicworld.com in the review of the film said that the scenes "will literally dazzle your senses and mind. Ewan Mulligan's cinematography, the background score, the stellar act — every single frame will leave you with goosebumps, shock, tears and in an uncomfortable position."

(With inputs from agencies)

 

 

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