“Pink” not related to Nirbhaya case: Shoojit Sircar


Mumbai, Aug 9 Producer Shoojit Sircar says his upcoming film "Pink" is not inspired by the Nirbhaya episode of 2012.

The trailer of "Pink" shows megastar Amitabh Bachchan as an attorney, contending the instance of three ladies (counting Taapsee Pannu) who are blamed for endeavor to kill.

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As the case disentangles, points of interest develop that the ladies were perhaps sexually ambushed by the men who are presently being held as the casualties.

Whenever inquired as to whether the motion picture is propelled by the December 16 gangrape episode, where a 22-year-old paramedical understudy was fiercely assaulted and ambushed in a moving transport in the national capital, Shoojit denied drawing any parallels from the case.

The casualty, who later succumbed, was given the name, "Nirbhaya" with the episode inspiring across the nation challenge and interest for change in assault laws in the nation.

"Nirbhaya is a major scar in our heart, mind and lawful framework. We feel embarrassed. We experienced every bureau of that case (Nirbhaya case). This film is not motivated by that case," Shoojit told journalists here at the trailer dispatch of "Pink".

"We have seen these sort of cases in Delhi, Kolkata. I think everybody will identify with it, it more likely than not happened in existence with all of you. Nirbhaya case helped me in lawful terms yet (the film's story) is not taking into account this case by any stretch of the imagination. We were propelled by genuine court cases around the nation. We have consolidated all and made it an exciting and exciting adventure," he said.

The "Vicky Donor" helmer uncovered the creators took help of legal advisors to comprehend the legitimate angles.

"The Delhi High Court and Supreme Court, Bar Council helped us. We are grateful to legal counselors as they permitted us to be in one of the sessions court and saw numerous cases."

Shoojit, nonetheless, said Bachchan's character is not in light of any genuine attorney.

"This character is not in light of anyone but rather whatever the character is talking has been taken from some genuine cases. He has said some truly brutal lines in the film that for the most part one wouldn't talk openly to a ladies," he said.

Coordinated by Bengali movie producer Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, who helmed 2006 National Award-winning film "Antaheen", "Pink" will discharge on September 16.

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