Pink Review Rating: Bollywood movies ‘Pink’ and ‘Raaz Reboot’ are releasing this Friday. Pink has an interesting story and stars Big B (Amitabh Bachchan), Taapsee Pannu, Andrea Tariang, Kriti Kulhari, and Angad Bedi in significant roles. Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury has directed the flick. (check: Raaz Reboot movie review.)
Rashmir Sharma and Shoojit Sircar have co-produced it under the Rashmi Sharma Telefilms Limited banner. Ritesh Shah has penned the script while Shantanu Moitra, Faiza Mujahid, and Anupam Roy have composed the music for the film. Now, let’s move to the plot and then finally review.
This courtroom drama involves three working ladies Minal Arora (Taapsee Pannu), Falak Ali (Kriti Kulhari), and Andrea (Andrea Tairang). They use to live in a posh society located in South Delhi. One night, while they were returning from a rock concert, Rajeev and others invited them in a resort.
The men were drunk and they molested the girls. While escaping, Minal hit Rajveer with a bottle. After that, Minal lodged a complaint against them. However, Rajveer alleged them to be pr*stitues and prove it. He also alleged that Minal tried to kill him. Deepak Sehgal (Amitabh Bachchan), who is a patient of bipolar ailments, takes up the case, and the case moves inside the court. The rest forms the crux of the story.Pink Review Rating
Pink Movie Review
Such cases are prevalent in the society and can be easily found in any Indian metro city. The director addresses the hatred and preconception of people towards self-learning, educated, and independent females. The recent incidents have proved Delhi to be the face of a r*pe city. The film comes out at the right time as the topic hasn’t been resolved so far. Moreover, the film also appropriately highlights the fact that women from NorthEast region experience communal feelings in the national capital and proves that modern working women are not pro*titues.
Taapse has carried out the character of Minal brilliantly. She has very well utilized every emotion in the required situation. All we can say that she has a great potential in the acting department. Her reactions inside the courtrooms are the highlights.
Kirti as Falak has done a great job. The highlight of her acting was the breaking down inside the court. She seems to be natural and comfortable with the character. While, Andrea Taraing got a small role to play, but she did justice with her character.
At last, Big B has again proved to be the powerhouse of the film. He has again shown his acting skills. He excellently played a lawyer with the bipolar ailment. Also, Piyush Mishra (the prosecution lawyer) has done justice to his role. While, Angad Bedi as the bad boy nailed the character with the arrogant stare.Pink Review Rating movie
Direction, Music, Editing
The director reminds the audience of Sujoy Ghosh (Kahaani), and Shoojit Sircar for providing a realistic and good filmmaking skills. The first half is good and exciting as the story develops during that time. The filmmaking skills reflect in robust and close to reality scenes.
However, some scenes could have been improved. One such scene is Amitabh walking in an overly polluted part of the capital city. It could be improved or eliminated. The songs are smartly used in the background of various incidents. Technical departments like editing, screenplay, and others increased the entertainment value.Movie Pink Review
The film is compelling and poignantly provocative. It has done a good job highlighting the above and related issues of the modern day women in Indian society. Overall, it is a good filmed with regards to story, content, and performance.
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The film is compelling and poignantly provocative.
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