‘Article 15’: the protagonist of Ayushmann Khurrana will be screened in the villages of Punjab to help combat caste discrimination

Time and again, Ayushmann Khurrana He has demonstrated his temper with his versatile roles in the cinema. In addition to appearing in gay romantic comedies and suspense dramas, the star won critical acclaim with her work on 'Article 15'. Based on the infamous case of rape of Badaun, the film became a topic of conversation for many and now, according to the latest reports, it will be screened in the villages of Punjab.

The reports that make the rounds affirm that the film will be used to combat caste discrimination that still prevails in the country. A man named Ramesh Rana, vice president of the Punjab Unit of the Federation of Indian Trade Unions (IFTU), who has been helping the cause of the scheduled castes of the Dhar village, has been raising funds to screen the film. Rana reportedly showed the film to his union workers at a theater in Pathankot and used the procedures to buy a projector that they will now use to screen the film for the locals. With this, the Union aims to sensitize people to the issue of caste discrimination.

Meanwhile, at the front of the job, Ayushmann will be seen playing his most peculiar character to date in the upcoming movie 'Dream Girl', which also stars Nushrat Bharucha As the female protagonist. The star of 'Andhadhun' will also be seen in 'Bala' alongside Yami Gautam and Bhumi Pednekar and 'Gulabo Sitabo' in front of the mega star Amitabh Bachchan .