PINK MOVIE REVIEW
The film released today and it is expected to do good business over the weekend. Though the film didn’t open well in Box Office but it will surely grow as the film is carrying solid report and it should have good weekend in the Box Office.
Minal Arora (Taapsee Pannu) is an event manager. Falak Ali (Kirti Kulhari) works in a corporate set-up. Andrea (Tariang) is from the ‘North-East’. Minal, Andrea and Falak are free working young ladies who share a leased/rented apartment in Delhi. On a game changing night in Surajkund Faridabad, the three young ladies experience, three young fellows and after a disaster, Minal incidentally hits Rajveer Singh (Angad Bedi) with a container (bottle) which hits him over the eye. A profound cut and a wounded sense of self, leads Rajveer and his friends to harass the three girls further. After finding it difficult to cope, Minal lodges a police case against Rajveer and companions for attack. Ahead of this, Rajveer utilizes his influence and charges Minal for endeavor to murder and blackmail as a sex specialist.
Will Deepak Saigal (Amitabh Bachchan) a decrepit advocate have the capacity to battle Minal’s case for equity? Can the law rebuff Rajveer’s mindset and its effect on the general public is the thing that lies ahead.
Performance wise, Amitabh Bachchan is excellent and he is perfect. His presence in the film will pull people to theater to watch the movie. Tapsee Pannu has delivered her career best. She acts perfectly in each and every scene. Kirti Kulhari as Falak Ali is excellent and she is natural in her acting. Andrea Tariang is honest and effective. But she got slightly smaller role when compared to Tapsee Pannu and Kirti Kulhari. Yet again, Piyush Mishra delivers a memorable act as a prosecution lawyer. Angad Bedi as Rajveer is apt for the role.
Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, the Director of this film makes an really impressive debut in Bollywood. Anyways he is an award winning director in Bengali Cinema.
Pink Is Really Strong. This Film is a Must Watch For Everyone as it has Something To Convey and it Conveys with Courage & Conviction. Undoubtedly, The Best Film Of This Year.