Once the movie circles up your thoughts, you need a good review such as this, that stirs it up nicely.
WARNING: Spoilers ahead but it doesn’t cause any real harm in this one.
After the banality of clichéd content that managed to keep Bollywood on a rampant typicality and regular public in the theaters, came PINK that attempted to break the mold. With the name of Shoojit Sircar, and a just approach by the writer, Ritesh Shah, the audience FINALLY saw what us feminists have been yelling at the top of our voices for centuries. Yes, it took a mysterious training-mask wearing Amitabh Bachchan to tell the masses that “Dude, NO means NO!”
Don’t get my tone wrong, I loved the film just like you did. But let’s just give it one of those reality check reviews.
What’s for real?
First of all, no doubt, the storytelling deserves your love. A gripping and detailed tale of a hangout gone wrong takes you vehemently through the edges of three women’s attacked modesty and impeached personal lives before finally offering you a seat in the court where
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