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Pink – Movie review

18 Sep

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Movie starts with a blank screen , with voice of men and women in a party atmosphere . Suddenly we see three women running hurriedly and catching a call taxi back home in the middle of the night. At the same time three men , one severely hurt and bleeding his taken to a hospital by his two friends. The girls Meenal ( Taapsee) , Fahlak( Kirthi Kulhari) and Andrea ( Andrea Tariang) are flat mates and independent working women. They are pretty shaken up by the incident and are in mixed emotions . The men are very angry and want them to suffer for the injury caused and begin to torment them. Even their complaints to the police are rejected since the injured one has a political background. Things get worse when Meenal is arrested on attempt to murder and world is turned upside down for the three girls.How they recover from the this is the rest of the story.
Pink shows how a girl is branded easily in the society by just based on looks and circumstances in which they are seen in. How the lives of three independent women are twisted easily by the ones who are corrupt and arrogant. A Brilliant performance by all three women especially Taapsee and Kirthi Kulhari. Amitabh Bachan as usual steals the show by his natural acting and subtle emotions. Background score and cinematography was well done. The screenplay was a balancing act but slipped thru. Editing could have been a little crisp and sharp . I give it 5/10

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