25 November 2016 | Sivakumar13
'NO' is a statement...'YES' it is
The site's movie description says, 'When three young women are implicated in a crime; a retired lawyer steps forward to help them clear their names'. WOW! that's it? That's enough to describe this masterpiece right? Well there's more to this movie than just this sentence. First of all, this movie if put on a filmy metric scale would show the real potential of the Bollywood's film making ability. This film is an answer to all those movie lovers who were eagerly waiting for an amazing content in Hindi cinema for a long time. This is hence an important film for the entire Indian cinema fraternity. 'PINK' in its title itself is unique and it says a lot. This film throws light on the most appearing news on Indian tabloids and unfortunately that's the most ignored news as well,which is 'violence against women'. And that's exactly why this film is so important. The writer dedicates the entire first half to set the plot and foundation with the help of some terrific performances by each and every cast. The second half is a seat gripping court room drama, where Deepak Sehgal (Amitabh Sir) lists a set of 'rules' during the proceeding of the case in court. These rules are nothing but the ways in which modern day women are being stereotyped in our country. Finally he concludes his arguments by explaining the meaning of the smallest yet powerful word 'NO'...and A NO MEANS NO. Let's hope that the cynical, misogynistic, chauvinistic men population of our nation will understand its meaning after watching this movie, at least now! A special applause for the three lead actresses Tapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, and Andrea Tariang who pulled their roles off with ease. Needless to mention our shehenshah, when his mere voice can play such roles brilliantly, its a 'baayen haath ka khel' for him. After a spectacular performance in Te3n and now with this film, I think he's a strong contender for the 2016 national award for the best actor. I don't want to find any flaw, So its a must watch people,don't miss such exceptional movies and complaint later that Bollywood doesn't make sensible movies. More than everything, the concepts like 'ZERO FIR' are so informative and the points like 'women and minors can get bail on weekends and the bail proceedings can be heard at a judge's residence on Saturday and Sunday' needs to be educated to every girl child of our country. Thank you Shoojit Sircar, Ritesh Shah, Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury for gifting such an amazing film for every 'Hindi Cinema Believers'.