Story: Pink is a story of three girls getting caught in tangle of law when they meet three boys and inadvertently the meeting ends up in crime, police case and courtroom drama. One of the boys (Angad Bedi) got a life threatening injury from one of the girls (Taapsee Pannu) when the boy tries to molest the girl and take advantange of the privacy during the meeting. In court, both sides try to put allegations against each other and the lawyers appointed by both the parties (Amitabh Bachchan and Piyush Mishra) battle it out with hidden facts discovered and brought to light by each parties against the other.
Review: Pink is a refreshing new way to look at the freedom of choice that the females are enjoying in 21st century India. Three girls met three boys in a bar/disco and when one of the boys try to go beyond the normal limit imposed by the girls, it leads to struggle and attack finally ending up in police and courtroom. The dialogues are really the heart of the movie and discuss sensitive issues such as virginity of a woman, relationship of an unmarried girl with a divorced man and issue of north-east immigrant women in rest of India. Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu steals the show of the movie. Kirti Kulhari and Andrea too gives justice to their roles. All in all, the movie is worth watching.