PVR Cochin,10:15pm 80% Upfront about how India's augmenting disparity, rigorous class stratification and oftentimes forbidding treatment of women contributed to a remorseless tragedy, Anubhav Sinha's Article 15 makes you see these gruesome truths and you can't help but nod. More than a film, Article 15 is a voice. It's the voice of a section of Indian society working relentlessly to get rid of the abounding prejudice in the contemporary world, and it isn't often that Bollywood shows such spine. Ayushmann Khurrana, Kumud Mishra and Manoj Pahwa is the finest trio of actors you can get for a film like this. Ayushmann lives and breathes the character of Ayan Ranjan, from being a charming boy-next-door in 'Badhaai Ho' to a virtuous cop in 'Article 15', his upswing as a performer is impeccable. The supporting cast is brilliant, conveying equal measures of cynical wit, authoritative gravitas, human flaws and traumatic emotions, they remarkably complement the protagonist. Article 15 is bound to stir up controversy on its home turf with its dramatically potent depiction of bureaucratic disharmony and a plausible breakdown of justice. Keeping that aside, Article 15 is gripping, alarming and impactful. 'Farq Bahut Kar Liya, Ab Farq Laayenge'