'P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar' Review: Jimmy Shergill's film is a surprise package Cast & Crew:
Release Date18 Oct 2019
Star CastBhavesh Kumar
'P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar' is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language drama film directed by Manoj Tiwari and produced by Jogender Singh under the banner Ok Movies.
It features Bhavesh Kumar, who marks his debut in the film, and stars Jimmy Sheirgill, Sanjay Mishra, Girish Kulkarni, Zakir Hussain, Akhilendra Mishra and Kumud Mishra. The story is based upon Article 15 of the Constitution of India, which prohibits discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth, and Article 19, which deals with freedom of thought and expression.
Verdict : Surprises with the a good script and social outlook
'P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar' is a teenage love story that wishes to change the malpractices and lynching incidents that have been happening in India in spite of Article 15 and Article 19 in place. We have Sooraj and Jhanvi with a bright future up head who decide to end their family's delusion by stepping out into the world for their love. Instead, they have to face reality and end up in society's trap.
Directed by Manoj Tiwari the film starts with a tour of Meerut city in Uttar Pradesh. We are soon led into the lives and shown how the city itself is separated based on caste and religion. Jhanvi's family which belongs to the political background has similar belives, they are against love marriages, girls getting an education after high school or having an opinion of their own. In addition, they are shown as hypocrites who choose to kill people in love from lower caste or other religions but don't mind raping their women.
'P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar' brings an unapologetic and apt picture of what goes on in most of the country. We do have one exception who believes in a better future for his family and the city. Rajveer Singh played by Jimmy Sheirgill is one reasonable character in the film who actually wishes and wants everyone to be happy. Jhanvi who grows up to be a rebel and Sooraj who grows up to a decent young man hope to find a better future away from their family and their societal restrictions, all too aware of their liberal love they decide to run away.
The first half of the film sees their love story blossom while the second half concentrates on how it affects their family and the counteractions in their community. All while the love story is going on we get to witness another story of Rajveer Singh. All while he tries his best to change the family and their perspective, Janhvi's words of him being the most delusional of their entire family stays with him. From a liberal to a rebel, Rajveer sets out to teach his family a lesson, maybe not intentionally but summed to peer pressure he does give in leaving us with a heartbreaking story.
While the film's direction is basic and simple the script shines through, with a good cast and sharp actors the minimal dialogues also put through the character emotions just right. The teenage lovers though young actors take on the characters bravely. Apart from Jimmy we also have actors like Kumud Mishra, Sanjay Mishra, Girish Kulkarni, Zakir Hussain and Akhilendra Mishra who have their moments.
Overall the film has several surprising moments, it reminds you of young innocent love and the harsh reality of society created by insecure adults.