Ayushman Khurana’s second song ‘Article 15’ released, ‘Nayana Yeh’ is a romantic number
‘Article 15’ will be released in two weeks. It shows Ayushman Khurana in the role of an unseen and intensive police officer. A song that was completely different was released last week and now the producers have finally released the romantic song ‘Nayana Yeh’ featuring Ayushman Khurana and Isha Talwar. This song is both enjoyable to listen to and watch. It shows the love life of Ayushman Khurana.
Ayushman Khurana’s fresh chemistry with Isha Talwar is quite good. The film ‘Article 15’ is ready for its world premiere at the 10th edition of the London Indian Film Festival. The London Indian Film Festival is considered to be the biggest festival in South Asia and this investigative drama will be the opening night film. It will also feature Isha Talwar, M Nassar, Sayani Gupta, Kumud Mishra and Mohammad Zeeshan Ayub. ‘Article 15’ is directed and produced by Anubhav Sinha and G Studios and will be released on 27th June.
Earlier, the first song of ‘Article 15’ was released. The song ‘Shuru Karine Keya’ from Ayushman Khurana’s film The lyrics are so powerful that you get angry when you hear them. In this song, some rappers are seen with Ayushman Khurana. The rappers are expressing their displeasure over the inequality in the society. The words of the song are ‘Batain has been a lot, I will start work? What will you do tomorrow, what will you do today? ‘ The song calls for an end to the injustices that are happening around the citizens of the country. Please tell, whats the story of them big puppys ….. It has been under discussion since the release of the trailer. People are eagerly waiting for the release of the film. In the meantime, the first song of the film has also been released.
‘Article 15’ is a film that will make you aware of caste, high and low, sexual exploitation, violence and every pain that happens in society. It will also show the Badaun double murder case. In 2014, the massacre in Badaun, Uttar Pradesh, touched the heart of the entire country.