5 Reasons Why You Should Definitely Watch Amitabh Bachchan’s Pink
A film starring the Shahenshah of Bollywood aka Amitabh Bachchan is usually worth your attention. And his recent release Pink is definitely a must watch not just because of the presence of the megastar himself but also for the bold message that it packs.
Here are the top 5 reasons why you should head to the cinema halls for this courtroom drama
The man is a treat to watch every time he graces the screen. With Pink, he adds another impeccable performance to his repertoire by portraying the senile lawyer Deepak Saigal in the film. Right from his haunting cold stares to owning the courtroom proceedings with witty dialogues like, “I object to is awkward performance… he is over acting” — Amitabh Bachchan impacts you like never before in this Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury directorial.
Headed by creative producer Shoojit Sircar, Pink is a compelling film that makes a strong comment on women empowerment. The way this social thriller highlights the age-old biases against women, especially the so-called ‘modern girls’ is impressive. The provocative courtroom drama forces you think and inspires every woman to #playbold and live life on her own terms.
While addressing the prejudices about girls in India, the film interestingly compiles a witty rulebook onscreen for every girl of today during its court proceedings. With Amitabh Bachchan as the man behind this gospel, trust us; this is the best rulebook for girls that you would ever come across.
It’s the content of the film that truly decides its faith at the box-office. Written by Ritesh Shah Pink not only not only addresses issues that women in India faces today but is also an engaging film which grips your attention from the very first scene. Set in Delhi, the thriller keeps you immersed with its relatable plot, background score, and dialogues as it unfolds the mystery. And the best part is that the film doesn’t visually show what exactly had happened on that ill-fated night till the end credits start rolling. Pink boasts of a neatly packed screenplay that builds the tension and keeps you nailed to the seat till the end.
Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, and Andrea Tariang play the independent girls who aren’t afraid to stand up for themselves and break the stereotypes with their #playbold attitude. These three livewires are brilliant and you can’t help but get inspired by them.
The last word: Go watch this film, it worth every dime you spend.
Ps: Don’t leave till the last end credit rolls out unless you want to miss the powerful and hard-hitting rendition by Mr. Bachchan.