P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar Full HD 1080P Movie Download

P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar Full HD 1080P Movie Download: L for Love, A for Absconding) is a 2019 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.

And Kumud Mishra.[4] 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 The first look of the film was released on 28 Aug 2019 as a motion poster by OK Movies The film was released on 18 October 2019.

P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar

P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar Full HD 1080P Movie Download

P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar Full HD 1080P Movie Download

Directed by:  Manoj Tiwari

Produced by: Jogender Singh

Written by: Vishal Vijay Kumar

Starring: Bhavesh KumarJimmy SheirgillKumud MishraSanjay MishraGirish KulkarniZakir HussainAkhilendra Mishra

Music by: Ripul SharmaSanjiv – AjayScore:Dharma Vish

Cinematography:  D. KannanDevendra Tiwari

Edited by: Chandan AroraProduction company: OK Movies

Distributed by: PVR Pictures

Release date: 18 October 2019

Country: India

Language: Hindi

P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar Movie Review

STORY: High-school sweethearts Suraj Maali (Bhavesh Kumar) and Janvi Singh (Jyoti Yadav) are well aware of their diverse socio-economic backgrounds and so, the young lovers opt for marriage by elopement. This, in turn, conjures up a storm the couple isn’t prepared for.

REVIEW: Juvenile lovebirds — demure and docile Suraj from the lower strata of the society, and bratty and utopian rich kid Janvi from an influential political family — decide to break free from the clutches of their conservative families and hometown Mathura, to embark on a journey of eternal love and togetherness. Despite knowing the repercussions, the pair flees their city of birth to start their lives together in the far more accepting Delhi.

The first frame of this social drama throws light on the age-old practice of ‘untouchables’ entering the kitchens of upper-caste people being looked at as a crime that invites brutal punishments like mob lynching.

And, 10 minutes into it, you already know that Kumud Mishra’s obnoxious and lawless character (Omveer Singh) is a goon of a politician who is also strictly against the idea of biracial and inter-caste marriages. However, standing on the opposite end of the spectrum is his soft-spoken, often sensitive and suggestively liberal younger brother Rajveer Singh (Jimmy Sheirgill). With the kind of mindset that has plagued the city of Mathura and even Janvi’s own family, the duo did not stand a chance. Yet, they hope for a miracle to happen. ‘P Se Pyaar F Se Farraar’ is loosely based on a chain of unfortunate cases of honour killings in and around the country, and the helpless fate these rebellious pairs often meet with.

The story straightaway jumps to the social issues it promises to bring to the forefront — caste discrimination, honour killings, division between haves and have-nots — but gradually starts introducing subthemes and parallel characters that add very little or no value to the narrative. E.g., the topic of politics in Indian sports is thrown in out of nowhere, or even the inclusion of veteran actors like Sanjay Mishra and Brijendra Kala in barely-there roles. Yet another glaring issue with this film is its length — 131 minutes! Sure, the music is somewhat soothing and does justice to the small-town charm of Mathura, but it is not hummable in any way. The cat-and-mouse chase is long, even overambitious at times, and exhausting to sit through.

However, lead pair and debutants Bhavesh Kumar and Jyoti Yadav render honest performances that successfully manage to capture the naivety, irrationality and intensity expected out of two 17-year-olds hopelessly in love with each other; they’re endearing and you cannot help but think of a certain regional movie on the same topic.

Jimmy Sheirgill, on the other hand, as the softie shouldering the responsibility of changing people’s outlook, is admirable with his effort and proves to be a personable character. Kumud Mishra is so bad that he is actually good as the conniving politician who exhibits the traits of a tyrant.

‘P Se Pyaar F Se Farraar’ is one of those movies that has its heart in the right place, but tries to fit in too many causes, thus failing to render justice to even one. It is on a topic that is increasing at an alarming rate, and directors like Manoj Tiwari have made decent films in the past. What probably wouldn’t work for this one is the climax that makes one wonder, ‘Who is really the non-conformist here?’


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