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Pink: A review

Pink is not just a movie, nor an epic courtroom drama nor does it stand to simply preach a lesson to the society. Pink is a movie that transcends through the generation gap, the gap between societies, the perceptions, the beliefs, customs, and every changing dynamics among these elements keeping the 'Indian Woman' at its center. Pink is a movie that tends to narrate a story about the changing needs of the modern Indian woman as she comes out behind he curtains of our traditions and wants to express herself and yet not be taken for granted. It's the need to understand her feminine space and the need to understand the thin line that makes a huge difference. It's that subtlety that is often ignored in our patriarchal Indian society that needs to be understood in this modern era.
Pink is a must watch. I would say, definitely for the men, but more for the women. Because it teaches the latter to set fire to the curtains behind which you hid for thousand of years. It's the need that you come out of the shadows of yester-years and teach the men of today what womanhood is, what is that thin line between chivalry and chauvinism, and the difference between protecting and controlling.
Pink will also be known for the epic performance of Amitabh Bacchan, who in his fragile age can still be so powerful on the screen and for the epic performance of Tapsee Pannu, Bollywood's new found love as she tells the Hindi film industry that she is here to stay.
Watch the movie for its sheer authenticity in terms of content, performance and walk out of the cinema with a memory.

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