P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar Movie Review: An important film which hurts on social evils: To say that we are living in the 21st century, but still in many areas of India, caste, high and low, untouchability poison has been absorbed into society. Recently, the famous film Sairat and its Hindi adaptation Dhadak appeared in the article 15 by Ayushmann Khurrana, which are similar films based on social evils. Now the film ‘Pa se pyar phe se absconding’, hurting this social evil is in front of the audience.

  • Movie Name – P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar
  • Artists – Jimmy Shergill, Kumud Mishra, Bhavesh Kumar, Sanjay Mishra etc.
  • Director– Manoj Tiwari
  • Producer– Jogendra Singh
  • Star – 3.5 Star out of 5 Star

There is no big star in this film. Neither Dharma Productions or big producers like Yash Raj Films are behind this film. But this film says its words with great ease and beauty. This is the story of Omvir Singh (Kumud Mishra) who is the leader of his society. Which believes that girls should be married at the will of parents and should be in the society itself. If it does not, then do not back down from doing bloodshed for it.

Omvir Singh’s brother, on the other hand, is Rajveer Singh (Jimmy Shergill), a sensible man with no faith in violence. Therefore, the people of the society do not even consider him like a leader. In such a situation, an incident happens that shakes Omvir’s entire family. Omvir’s daughter (Jyoti Yadav) runs away with her lover Suraj Mali (Bhavesh Kumar).

After this what happens at home, what happens in society. Will the love of these two be accepted due to social customs? What will happen to these two lovers? It is based on the film Pee Pyaar Pyaar Se Farrar. Director Manoj Tiwari has attacked this evil and cruelty in the society, but with great beauty. If you talk about acting, then Kumud Mishra dominated the film. In the role of Rajveer, Jimmy Shergill also makes a strong presence.

Bhavesh Kumar, who is making his debut, sees a lot of potential. Jyoti Singh is completely unknown in acting. Other minor characters include Sanjay Mishra, Zakir, Brijendra Kala and Girish Kulkarni. Overall, it would not be wrong that the absconding of love is an attack on social evils, but in a beautiful way. Even if it does not have big stars, but this film is entertaining, you can enjoy it.

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