Manoj Tiwari directed “Pse Pyar and F se Faraar”

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The movie has hit the theatre screens across the country.

The film is more like a treat from Manoj Tiwari’s for this Diwali. (Photo: File)

A love story set in backward India that struggle to survive amidst prominent Casteism. Suraj a boy born into a lower caste falls in love with a girl from upper caste. The couple runway to escape persecution from the family. The girl's father is aggravate to kill Suraj while suraj struggles to keep his love safe in a dangerous world out of city as he finds his way to represent India in international tournament. The film showcases society in its full reality. Every character of the film organically derives the plot and beautifully crafted. The plot is intricately and carefully designed to narrate the unvarnished truth of rural India.

The film touches upon casteism that is not just rooted in rural India but is also very prevalent. Director Manoj Tiwari has geniously touched upon some very sensitive topics. And has unveiled the saddening condition of rural India that keeps social hierarchy above humanity.

The film marks the debut of young talent Bhavesh Kumar who plays the role of protagonist. Bhavesh doesn’t fail to disappoint us with his acting skills.

The flawless flow of the film takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions and scintillating drama. A film which reflects upon the society is shattering conventional beliefs and replenishing the world with more humanity than hierarchy. The film is more like a treat from Manoj Tiwari’s for this Diwali.

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