Movie Review : Pink

Pink Moview Review, Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Shoojit Sircar
Pink Movie Poster : Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Shoojit Sircar. Image copyright : beingindian.com

I have searched the real meaning of colour Pink, from where this word derived, how people correlates this word with feminism.
According to surveys, people associate Pink colour with charmness, politeness, sensitiveness, tenderness, sweetness, childhoodness, and most people associate these qualities with women’s character, and hence this Pink stands for feminism.

After my hectic night duty in hospital I just decided to go for a movie, and discovered the only movie in theatres with the big name is PINK.

The movie which I started watching casually but soon that casualness is replaced by my total focus on Amitabh Bachchan’s expressions and dialogues, and I was inspired so much that in interval I had written a small blog which raises questions about our attitudes towards female gender ( which you can read here )

Also read : How Mentality driven our Society and Life

Till the end I had decided to give hype to this awesome film so that the good message can be spread amongst the people.

Summary :

Movie starts with the noise of laughing individuals chit chatting with each other, than silense prevails, than noise of breaking of glass, and than the film starts with the 3 boys sitting in a car and among them one boy was having some bleeding around the left eye, while the second scene consists of three girls sitting in a taxi with concern faces.

The director made the first half little bit confusing but interested as the public were scratching their mind as what might had happened.

The film opens somewhat later and the situation was that 3 girls and 3 boys were having dinner with each other, and one of the girl Taapsee Pannu, breaks the beer bottle onto the one of the boy’s head and boy’s side had taken this case to the court by raising the matter as “assault” on them by the girls.

Than here comes the entry of superstar Amitabh Bachchan as a ‘retired lawyer’, who himself decided to fight this case for the girls and from this point the film becomes very interesting.

How this case was framed, how the boy’s side framed girls as prostitutes (by giving reasons like girls were talking to them with a smile, ready to go for a lunch, etc etc), how the police helps the boys as they were from the political family, how girls were at point of breakdown after seeing that the whole society was against them and finally how Amitabh Bachchan with their acting and dialogue helps the girls to win this case…

For all the answers of these “how”, you have to watch this film in theatre, as it would be worth for your money..

My Lessons from this film :

  1. If a girl greets you with a smile, it does not mean that she is trying to impress you.
  2. If a girl is having a drink with you, it does not mean that she is from a bad family.
  3. If a girl comes late at night, it does not mean that she is characterless.
  4. If a girl touches you, it does not mean that she is giving you indication, it might a normal gesture of friendship.
  5. And if a She is saying “NO” to something, than it means NO, No means No, nothing else, it is a complete word in itself, it does not require any explanation.

My Rating : 5/5 : Must Watch.

Special Clappings for director Shoojit Sircar.

Dr. Anshul

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How Mentality driven our Life and Society ?

Taapsee Pannu Pink
Taapsee Pannu in a court scene in Pink

This is how a powerful female looks like when her acts are misinterpreted…

This thought just emerged into my mind as I am watching the movie PINK in an Inox theatre in the city of joy, Kolkata, from where the director of this film Shoojit Sircar belongs.

At present writing this small piece in the interval time of this movie, and sharing with you some of the questions which come into my mind..

Q1. When girls become extrovert than why they are considered to be without morals ? They think to express yourself just like boys is crime.

Q2. When they come late in the night, then why we think that they have affairs or are characterless ? They suppose girls do not want to enjoy at nights.

Q3. Why we think like this : “kyuki tum log ladkiyan ho, to kyu ulagh rahi ho ladko se, door raho” (because you are girls, why you are involving with boys, stay away) Why gender comes in between everything.

Q4. Why most of us thinking that the girls talking to boys with a sweet smile, or have a casual or informal conversation, are interested in them in ‘that way’ and not the normal way ? Can’t boys and girls just be friends ?

Q5. Although I am not a drinker, but I have mostly seen that why most of the people think that the “sanskari/cultured” girls do not drink and only the bad girls do ? Drinking alcohol is not the criteria of moralness.

These are some of the questions which come in my mind while watching movie PINK.

What your’s take on this, give me your answers of the above questions.

I want to spread the good words and want to end all assumptions because I really hate them, and want that other’s should not be harmed because of that.

Well stay tuned for the next blog which will be the complete review of this movie, as this movie shows the serious sensible way of expressing important issue.

Dr. Anshul

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