Every now and then, you come across a movie that is successfully able to leave a huge impact on you and make you question the things happening in your surrounding. A movie so brilliant that perfectly puts the reality right in front of you, that displays everything that is wrong with our society and you cannot disagree to it. Pink, directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhary is that movie which is why, Pink Review, providing you with reasons to watch this modern masterpiece.
Bollywood has blessed us with a lot of path-breaking movies, and also some movies which don’t deserve to be released. Today, most of the movies belong to the latter category with absolutely no substance, but thanks to some filmmakers who are making it possible for sensible movie-goers to be able to watch Bollywood movies and not cringe. Shoojit Sircar is one such name.
Any movie that is even remotely associated to Shoojit Sircar has to be a sensible movie that can be counted on. Piku was one such movie that he directed, that was finally an appropriate portrayal of the modern Indian women on Indian cinema. Deepika perfectly played the titular character that earned her a lot of accolades, and gave us all a hope of seeing more such movies that gets us all right.
Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, Andrea Tariang starrer Pink is a much anticipated movie that we have all been longing to see. Ever since the trailer came out, it was clear that Pink is going to be an intense drama that will not disappoint at any moment. Released in India on 16th September, the movie was able to garner positive reviews from all critics, lauding Amitabh Bachchan’s acting.
The story of three young independent women living in a posh locality of South Delhi whose lives turn around due to a night they can’t seem to forget. Molested, abused and threatened, they decide to approach the law and get this all over with once and for all. Deepak Sehgal, Amitabh Bachchan’s character, aids them as their lawyer, representing them at a trial that can result into the girls being charged in an attempt to murder case. Were they molested or were they not? That’s for you to find out.
A courtroom drama that will keep you enticed till the last moment is what Pink is. If you’re someone living in India, you should definitely give it a watch just to see how effectively Pink is a slap in the face of every stereotype that has been a part of our culture since the beginning of time. Girls are supposed to behave like this, girls are supposed to stay at home, girls are not supposed to be seen with boys, girls are not supposed to drink, and every other stereotype we have heard growing up is successfully busted by the story line, actors and writers of Pink.
A no means no. Not yes, not maybe, just NO.