In all there is an awkward view of the upper caste Article 15. Even directors, like Nagaray Mandjul, depicted caste crimes, but in his films he does not see a foreign look. It looks real. It does not lag behind the audience from the screen, as if we were looking at it as an observer. Article 15 it's not like that. When Ayyan descended from his car in the village, you see old people sitting and eating bread. He refers to his partner, saying: "They look at me as if I'm British."
Bollywood regularly savor the "brown-black face" of characters from marginal places, for example, in films Super 30, Boy beams, and Udta Punjab. Article 15 also makes heroes look "dirty" to show them the poor and the dark. These films feed on a stereotype that the lower caste of the unclean, unhygienic, dark-skinned, by default, can only be in shabby clothing, and so on.