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Monday, 10 October 2016

Top 5 Dialogues from the film PINK

The recently released film ‘Pink’, directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari and Andrea Touring is one of the finest films of 2016.  A courtroom drama film which will talk about the real situation and mentality in India towards women even today is the victim of being the town’s talk if she desires to be independent.

A simple film without any filter of extra scenes, songs, twists rather only effortlessly showcase the main concept and plot. The theme of the film highlights the fact that even today, if a girl wishes to stay alone by her choice; the society often ends up as women who have a questionable character. The cherry of the film is the brilliant acting of Amitabh Bachchan as serious man where he impact fully reveals darker truths. The weapon of sarcasm used smartly by Amitabh Bachchan will make you question how wrong the society has been in the matter of perceiving the image of modern and independent women in the 21st century. A film with not only a good concept, but the great screenplay, casting, composition and moreover the dialogues are up to the mark.

Here are some impactful dialogues and punch line of the film, which will wake one’s mind:

1. ‘Hamare yaha ghadi ki sui, character decide karti hai’


2. ‘Sharab ko yaha ek galat character ki nishaani maana jata hai, sirf ladkiyon ke liye. Ladkon k liye to yeh sirf ek Health Hazard hai!’


3. ‘Jo ladkiya party mein jati hai aur drink karti hai, wo pushtani haq ban jaati hai aapki’


4. ‘Na sirf ek shabd nai, apne aap mein pura vakyahai. Ise kisi tark spashtikaran, explaination ya vyakhya ki zaroorat nahi hai’


5. ‘These boys must realize that na ka matlab na hota hai. Use bolne wali koi parichit ho, friend ho, girlfriend ho, koi sex worker ho ya aapki apni biwi hi kyun na ho. No means no. And when  someone says no, you stop’




Written by Radhika Shah
Living in the city of dreams to paint words


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