Movie Review: Pink


CAST:  Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, Andrea Tariang, Angad Bedi

DIRECTION:  Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury

GENRE:  Thriller

DURATION:  2 hours 16 minutes

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STORY:  Three Delhi girls – Minal (Taapsee), Falak (Kirti) and (Andrea) – are on the pursue one of them escapes an attack endeavor by an adamant, intense person, Rajveer (Angad). Minal assaults Rajveer with a container harming him egregiously. This is only the start of their bad dream!

Riview:  Pink is an intense articulation on the current medieval attitude of a dominant part of India, where men and ladies are judged by an alternate measuring stick. Also, if the man happens to be from an effective family, then the battle for equity is significantly more skewed.

As it happens here, Minal, Falak and Andrea, three white collar class typical working young ladies, are simply out for a normal night of fun. Post a stone show they acknowledge a supper welcome from Rajveer and two others to a resort in Surajkund. Lamentably the night takes a revolting turn for them after a few beverages. Andrea ends up being touched improperly by Dumpy (Raashul Tandon) and Rajveer constrains himself onto Minal, in spite of her obviously saying "No" to his advances. In self-preservation she gets a jug and crushes it on his eye, abandoning him dying. The young ladies come back to their home trusting the night will simply blur away. Be that as it may, their lives are transformed into a horrendous experience by the folks who censure and scare them inside and out conceivable. A definitive blow comes when Rajveer utilizes his capable associations with document a wrong FIR against the young ladies marking them whores.

At the point when the matter comes up in court with guard legal advisor Deepak Sehgall (Amitabh), who has a bipolar issue, speaking to the young ladies, the film takes an emotional turn. The court grouping, which is roused by Jonathan Kaplan's The Accused (1988), where the charged Minal is asked scorching inquiries on her virginity and drinking propensities exposes the twofold guidelines of the general public we live in. Pink inquiries the general public's outlook where we think young ladies with short hemlines and the individuals who appreciate a beverage with men are low on ethics. It likewise lets you know that whether a lady is a sex-laborer, spouse or slave, on the off chance that she says "no" to being touched, then no man has the privilege to drive himself on her. On the other hand shock her unobtrusiveness.

The exhibitions are pitch-impeccable with Bachchan driving the way. Inventive maker, Shoojit Sircar, who coordinated (Vicky Donor, Madras Cafe, Piku) makes another important expansion to his repetoire.

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