Pink is an upcoming Bollywood Indian legitimate drama film Directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, story by Ritesh Shah, and with producers Rashmi Sharma and Shoojit Sircar. The film released today on 16 September 2016 worldwide.
Pink 2016: Story Plot
The film is about 3 young ambitious ladies Minal Arora (Taapsee Pannu), Falak Ali (Kirti Kulhari) and (Andrea Tariang) are staying together as occupants in an elegant South Delhi territory and are typical working experts in their individual fields. One night, after a stone show they acknowledge a super welcome from Rajveer (Angad Bedi) and two others to a resort in Surajkund, Faridabad locale, Haryana. Rajveer and his companions get tipsy and attempt to attack Minal Arora (Taapsee Pannu) and her two flatmates. Andrea is touched improperly by Dumpy (Raashul Tandon). Minal gets a jug and crushes it on Rajveer’s eye, abandoning him seeping in spite of she said NO to him. Rajveer held up a wrong FIR against the young ladies marking them whores, utilizing his intense associations. Minal is charged for ‘Endeavor to murder’, where she could confront detainment for over 10 years, if indicted.
Deepak Sehgal (Amitabh Bachchan) is an attorney experiencing bipolar disorder who encounters incessant emotional episodes. He speaks to the young ladies in the court. The film revolves around how Deepak battles the young ladies’ argument against these powerful boys.
Pink 2016: Star Cast
- Amitabh Bachchan as Deepak Sehgal
- Taapsee Pannu as Minal Arora
- Kirti Kulhari as Falak Ali
- Andrea Tariang as Andrea
- Angad Bedi as Rajveer
- Raashul Tandon as Dumpy
- Tushar Pandey as Vishwa
- Vijay Verma as Ankit
- Dhritiman Chatterjee as Judge
- Piyush Mishra
- Mamta Shankar as Haryanvi cop
- Vinod Nagpal
- Sudhanva Deshpande
The film is already a hit amongst the critics. See what they have to say Kunal Guha, in Mumbai Mirror, gives the film a rating of four stars, and writes:
“Being a single woman in Delhi makes a fragile existence. Constantly scoped by the prying eyes of neighbours who deduce her character based on when she returns home and the guests she entertains, it is an unsettling world. This is the backdrop of Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury’s Pink, which effectively transfers the fears and frustrations of its characters onto the audience. The most pertinent point this film underlines is the feudal mindset of the milieu, amplified by the sense of male entitlement that eliminates consent.”
Film critic Taran Adarsh twitted Watched #Pink… Shocked. Stunned. Speechless… An OUTSTANDING movie in every respect… Taut writing and exemplary direction. Pink is relevant… Raises pertinent questions… Exposes double standards… Mirrors harsh reality… Hits you like a ton of bricks…Take a bow, director Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury… You are a master storyteller… Like to single out courtroom sequences, esp post-interval… Pink is yet another sparkling performance in Sr Bachchan’s illustrious career… He is in the terrific form… Final word: DON’T MISS IT!
Not to overlook, the discoursed are to the point and witty. The second 50% of the motion picture is all the more grasping, and Big B takes the show in the second half. The last scene in the motion picture will undoubtedly give you the chills. This is Bengali film executive Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury’s Bollywood make a big appearance and is created by Shoojit Sircar. All things considered, this is the Movie of the Year for me. I ask you to watch it with your family and companions.
All in all, PINK is a convincing film, which uncovered frauds and twofold models against ladies in our general public. With capable exhibitions from the star cast, the film abandons you stunned, dazed and astounded.
This weekend, watch ‘PINK.’ You will say thanks to us for sure!