There was a time when movies were made on a Bollywood set formula, but over time, Hindi cinema is changing rapidly. Now began the tradition of making films about such social issues out of the box, about which even the public could not guess. Sometimes some filmmakers take risks and make films on these subjects, the success of which is also doubtful, but these films also receive a lot of affection from the audience. Because of this, filmmakers are encouraged to make films while taking risks in the future as well. Now audiences like progressive and realistic movies that reflect social status.
Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu have had a great performance in the movie Pink.
Also included in this list is Shoojit Sircar’s film ‘Pink’, which has attacked the malpractices present in society even today. This film by Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu, which was released today five years ago in 2016, has presented cases of sexual harassment from a new perspective. There is such dialogue in this movie, it gives you goosebumps to audition. Girls should not go anywhere alone with boys. You shouldn’t talk to anyone with a smile. Do not speak at all while touching yourself, because it will be considered as a clue. These dialogues are a slap in the face for those who distribute character certificates to girls.
Director Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury has portrayed the so-called civilized people of society naked in court drama, who see their sisters and daughters from one point of view and others from a different point of view. Courtroom drama has appeared in many movies, but the way it is portrayed in Pink is exciting. It keeps the movie tethered from start to finish. What will happen next remains curious. Her story may be from Delhi, but girls face this condition in more or less every city. Amitabh Bachchan has shown through this film that his acting has flourished in his growing age. The movie may be geared towards women, but it is for everyone.
We tell you five powerful dialogues from the film.
1. No girl should drink alcohol while sitting with a boy, because doing so is an indication to the boy that if the girl can sit with me and drink, she will not hesitate to sleep with him.
2. It is not just a word, it is a complete sentence itself. It does not require any kind of explanation, explanation or explanation. It doesn’t just mean no.
3. These guys must realize this, it doesn’t mean they don’t. Whether it’s an acquaintance, a girlfriend, a sex worker, or even your own wife. It doesn’t mean no, and when someone tells you that, you should stop immediately.
4. Here the clock hand decides the character.
5. Girls should not be left alone in the city. Boys can live but girls cannot. Independent girls alone confuse boys.
The story of the entire film revolves around Meenal (Taapsee Pannu), Falak (Kirti Ax) and Andrea (Andrea Tariang) who live in a rented house in Sarvpriya Vihar, Delhi. One night after a rock concert in the Surajkund area of Faridabad, these three girls, along with the three boys present, go to a nearby house to celebrate. After drinking alcohol late into the night, the boys start to sexually harass these girls. He wants to rape them, but the girls fight back.
During this, a Rajveer boy (Angad Bedi) suffers a deep wound near his eye in a mutual shock. The girls run away from there. Rajveer’s relatives present a case against these girls. The police catch the three and take them away. When the case goes to court, retired attorney Deepak Sehgal (Amitabh Bachchan) comes forward and defends the case on behalf of the three girls. Deepak’s brilliant argument satisfies the court on the one hand, while slapping the society’s contractors on the other.