Pink Invited For Special Screening at UN Headquarters in New York


Amitabh Bachchan's courtroom drama Pink earned enormous love and consideration when it opened to theaters on September 16. On Friday, Big B shared that Pink has been welcomed for a special screening at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. Directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, Pink is a clear documentation of the harassment faced by three working ladies set in New Delhi. The ladies leads were played by Kirti Kulhari and Andrea Taring with Taapsee Pannu as the hero. Huge B however was the star of the film, who brought alive the character of Deepak Sehgal, a famous supporter, who is resigned attributable to his mental issue. Enormous B's character goes to the young ladies' barrier, who were wrongfully blamed for murder and physical ambush.

Enormous B's film has been hailed for highlighting the significance of assent and breaking generalizations against ladies. The discourse: "No methods no. "No" is not a word, it's a sentence in itself," was shared and repeated via web-based networking media during the time of Pink's discharge.

"Regarded," composed Amitabh Bachchan on Twitter:

This is the thing that Big B needed to state after a "marvelous" reaction from cine-goers, faultfinders and fans:

On his blog, Big B depicted Pinkas a "social thriller:" "The topic of the unique situation and the start of the film should dependably be of prime intrigue, and many harp their inquiries on that … much is not spelt out on account of the way of the story and, obviously, the nature of its classification – a social thriller!" So why a social thriller? "All things considered, in light of the fact that the story is in the thriller type keeping in mind we are caught up with portraying the story, there should be event to quickly brush past the issue of society and ethics and direct."

Then, Pink touched the mildest corner in performing artist Kangana Ranaut, who wound up sending an enthusiastic content to Andrea taking after a unique screening on September 15. In her message, Kangana kept in touch with, "I want to be so sincerely delicate and could state this face to face however I cherished your work – so fair thus common. Congrats and I feel this will be a major achievement, so be prepared for it."

Bollywood stars just couldn't quit raving about Big B's film:

Produced by Shoojit Sircar, huge parts in Pink are additionally played by Angad Bedi, Piyush Mishra and Dhritiman Chatterjee.