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Pink Movie ft. Amitabh Bachchan is All About Women Empowerment
The Big B of Bollywood, Mr. Amitabh Bachchan manages to stay in the limelight, even at the age of 73! His upcoming Bollywood flick ‘Pink’, set to release on 16th September is all about women empowerment and sexual abuse, one of the most pressing issues of our society.
Directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury and produced by Shoojit Sircar and Rashmi Sharman, the courtroom drama thriller, Pink has acquired quite the attention from the media.
Playing one of the vital characters in Pink, Amitabh’s lawyer avatar pleads for women empowerment and social justice. While talking to The New Indian Express, the actor said, “We need to respect the female gender and that will come with education.”
He further revealed that the title ‘Pink’ has been chosen to represent female empowerment. Pink signifies females and the movie is purely for the female audience. The movie Pink highlights the strength underlying the female gender and that they must use this power more often to fight the menace of rape and injustice.
“They are often disrespected in society but they should stand on their own feet… they have the power and respect. I believe that 50% of a nation’s strength is reposed on women. This film is dedicated to those women.”
“We have worked in a film in which we have faith. I had read a beautiful line in an English editorial — “A woman’s body is not a democracy it is a dictatorship and it’s about time the dictator took charge,” said Mr. Bachchan.
The tear-jerking, powerful trailer of the movie Pink is bound to give you goosebumps. Watch the trailer of Pink movie:
Storyline: Amitabh plays the lead character of a lawyer suffering from bipolarity- fighting for social justice of three innocent girls, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, Andrea Tariang, who have been sexually assaulted and abused by drunk men. Being women, the complexities, hardships, and allegations that they undergo, have been highlighted quite brutally in the movie.
The language used by Amitabh Bachchan is very provocative, aptly delivered by the amazing actor that he is. The character played by Taapsee Pannu is also a very strong and challenging one. As Mr. B revealed, the tone of the movie is aggressive, bitter, harsh and very real.
The actor was recently also in the news for the letter he wrote to his granddaughters, Aradhya and Navya Naveli.
T 2369 – I write … a letter .. because I wanted to .. !! pic.twitter.com/l2xUPf1TBa
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) September 4, 2016
From facing gender discrimination to marrying for love, from listening to their heart, wearing what they want and creating their own identity in this world, the Pink actor wrote it all in his letter.
Here is a video of Amitabh reading the letter he wrote to his granddaughters:
Amitabh became the victim of controversy here when many criticized his letter- some said how the letter was a cheap publicity stunt to promote his upcoming movie Pink, also about empowering women.
Only @SrBachchan could have thought of this novel way to promote his new film.
— . (@ShiriishKunder) September 5, 2016
While some said that the letter only highlighted the Bachchan clan, shedding no light on Jaya Bachchan or her family, who herself is quite a strong woman.
#ABLetter His granddaughters only carrying legacy of their paternal great grand fathers 😂😂😂 Feminism lessons by @SrBachchan on #TeachersDay
— Neha Gupta (@ne_hah) September 5, 2016
Opening line of the letter Mr Bachchan wrote to his granddaughters is itself problematic.They carry the legacy of both pardadaji & pardadiji
— ruchi kokcha (@ruchikokcha) September 6, 2016
In the latest news, Amitabh also revealed how her co-star in the movie Piku, Deepika Padukone was paid more than him even though he is Amitabh Bachchan. He highlighted how she is more important and therefore was given a bigger paycheck for the movie.
According to BollywoodLife, Big B said, “In Piku, Deepika Padukone was paid more than me. That says two things – one that she is obviously more important than me and two I have lost my price scale because I have been working for so long and maybe I am not that important now to get that kind of money.”
The timing of such humble statements is just perfect, don’t you think? Considering the harsh reality this movie entails, it is bound to hit the right nerve and may even become a huge hit! What do you guys think?
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