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Pink is a 2016 Indian courtroom drama film directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, written by Ritesh Shah, and produced by Rashmi Sharma Telefilms (Pawan Kumar and Rashmi Sharma), Sheel Kumar[4] and Shoojit Sircar.[5][6][7]

It stars Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, Angad Bedi, Andrea Tariang, Piyush Mishra, and Dhritiman Chatterjee.[8][9][10][11] It was released on 16 September 2016.[12][13][14][15][16] The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) granted the film a U/A certificate with four verbal cuts.[17] The film was appreciated by both the audience and the critics.[18]

The film was specially screened for the Rajasthan Police so as to train them to be sensitive and sensible about women's rights and dignity.[19] The film was also invited for a special screening at the United Nations headquarters in New York City.[20][21]

On 4 November 2016 the movie completed a successful 50 day run at the movie theatres.[22]


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The movie opens with Raunak Anand a.k.a. Dumpy (Raashul Tandon) and Ankit Malhotra (Vijay Verma) rushing their friend, Rajveer Singh (Angad Bedi) who is profusely bleeding from an injury to his forehead, to a hospital in South Delhi. He nearly loses his eye, but is treated. They nervously refrain from filing a police complaint. Elsewhere three girls, Meenal Arora (Taapsee Pannu), Falak Ali (Kirti Kulhari) and Andrea Tariang (Andrea Tariang) drive nervously in a Taxi and reach their apartment. They look disoriented, and it is apparent that they have something to do with the incident.

Meenal and her friends try to carry on with their normal life. They are independent and self-sufficient women staying together in a South Delhi locality. Meenal goes out for her morning run as usual, where she sees and old man staring at her. He turns out to be Deepak Sehgal(Amitabh Bachchan), their neighbor. Eventually a series of threats arise apparently from Rajveer’s friends with Falak losing her job and others being followed. They are discouraged by a police officer from filing a complaint stating it would make their daily life miserable, whereas in reality the police are aware that the boys are “well connected” and are backed-up by Rajveer’s uncle who is a powerful politician from South Delhi.

Meenal is kidnapped by Rajveer’s friends during her morning run. Deepak Sehgal who watches this but is helpless, gets to know from the ACP that they are involved in a brawl with the nephew of a South Delhi Politician. Meenal is molested by Rajveer’s friends in the closed moving Car and dropped back at night after being warned. The next day, Meenal is arrested by Haryana police from her apartment apparently based on a complaint from Ranveer labeling the girls as prostitutes and charging Meenal with attempt to Murder. Deepak Sehgal visits Falak and Andrea at their apartment and helps them with the bail procedures. It turns out that Deepak Sehgal was a reputed lawyer now retired. He decides to come out of his retirement and help the girls although he has to take care of his ailing wife Sara (Mamta Shankar), and has to put up with his own health issues related to ageing.

In the courtroom, Rajveer’s lawyer, Prashant Mehra (Piyush Mishra), presents his client, Rajveer’s version of the story of what happened in the private resort, as follows: “Rajveer and his friends meet with Meenal and her friend at a rock concert. The boys invite the three girls for dinner in a Private Hotel Resort, where they have a drink. The girls provoke the boys and demand money, all signs indicating that they are prostitutes. Rajveer refuses to pay and an enraged Meenal hits him in the head with a bottle and flees.” Prashant’s argument focuses on the poor moral character of girls. Whereas the statements from the girls indicate that the girls were tricked into such a compromising situation and forced against their will. They refused and said “No”. Deepak’s argument focuses on the “consent” and a Woman’s Right. A series of interesting and chilling courtroom arguments ensues in the following days. Towards the end of the trial, Rajveer gets provoked and unintentionally states that the girls “got what they deserved”. Deepak criticizes the regressed views of the society where women are stereotyped as spoilt and as prostitutes if, they come home late, if they move out of their home, want to be independent, if they drink, if they giggle and so on, but none of these apply to men.

In a chilling Closing remarks, Deepak mentions that his client said “NO” which is not just a word, but a statement and implies a woman’s right. NO simply means NO and doesn’t require further explanation. It can come from anyone, a girlfriend a sex-worker, or even your wife. The court rules in favor of the girls acquitting them, whereas Rajveer, Ankit, and Dumpy are remanded with the final verdict of their punishment pending. Deepak gains the respect of all those gathered, including Prashant.

The closing credits picturizes what really happened in the Resort, with the events leading up to Meenal’s attack on Rajveer.

Amitabh Bachchan as Deepak Sehgal
Taapsee Pannu as Meenal Arora
Kirti Kulhari as Falak Ali
Andrea Tariang as Andrea Tariang
Angad Bedi as Rajvir Singh
Raashul Tandon as Dumpy a.k.a. Raunak Anand
Tushar Pandey as Vishwa a.k.a. Vishwajyoti Ghosh
Mamta Malik as Haryanvi cop Sarla Premchand
Dhritiman Chatterjee as Judge Satyajit Dutt
Piyush Mishra as Prashant Mehra
Vijay Verma as Ankit Malhotra
Mamta Shankar as Sara (Sehgal's wife)
Vinod Nagpal as Kasturilal
Sudhanva Deshpande as Javed
Pawan Mahendroo as Minal's Helpless Father
Jogi as Police Inspector Shaukeen
Swaroopa Ghosh as Uma Di
Arjun Chakrabarty as Ritwik
Vinod Rai as Andrea's Father
S.K. Batra as Neighbour Sinha
Alka Chatwal as The Female Constable In Court
Rajeev Pandey as Manager Ramakant Vijay
Ritesh Shah as Falak's Boss
Radha Khandelwal as The Female Constable
Sushil Dahiya as Ranjit Sherawat
Savita Sharma as Falak's Mother
Rita Kapoor as Mrs. Sinha
Johar Kango as Neighbour Gupta
Sakshi Mehta as Suman
Amit Basoya as Waiter Mukesh
Arun Poorie as Andrea's Boss
In early March 2016 Amitabh Bachchan revealed that he was shooting a film in Delhi. It was rumoured that the film was titled "Eve".[23] On 13 March Bachchan denied the rumours and announced through Twitter that the film is titled Pink.[24]

Director-producer Shoojit Sircar informed that Amitabh Bachchan accepted the role and Tapsee Pannu was their first choice.[25] Andrea Tariang was also selected to play the role of one of the girls in the film.[26][27] Tushar Pandey, Raashul Tandon and Arjun Chakraborty are making their debut with this film.[28]

The shooting of the film began in New Delhi on International Women's Day, 2016.[13] The looks of Amitabh Bachchan in the movie was created by Shoojit Sircar however the idea of wearing the mask was suggested by Amitabh Bachchan since Delhi is very polluted.[29]

During the shoot, Amitabh Bachchan wandered the streets of New Delhi while wearing a costume in which public cannot recognise him.[30] Amitabh Bachchan finished filming his scenes in April 2016.[31]

Taapsee often broke down on the shooting sets as she felt her character was very strong and challenging.[32] She suffered from viral infection during the court scenes and wanted to dub later, however Shoojit felt that her illness would add more authenticity to the scenes.[33] Despite the hardships Taapsee enjoyed and had lots of fun while filming the scenes.[34]

The original climax of Rajvir and his friends winning the case was modified so as not to hurt the sentiments of the audience.[35]

A special screening of the film was held for Amitabh Bachchan's co stars and the leading ladies of Bollywood.[36] However Amitabh Bachchan could not attend the screening due to health issues.[37] Taapsee also arranged a special screening of the film for the Telugu film industry at Hyderabad.[38]

Bishan Singh Bedi, father of Angad Bedi, arranged a special screening of the film in Delhi which was attended by cricketers like Kapil Dev, Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh.[39]

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R... Rajkumar (earlier known as Rambo Rajkumar) is a 2013 Indian action-masala film co-written and directed by Prabhu Deva.[1] Produced by Viki Rajani and Sunil Lulla, the film stars Shahid Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha in lead roles.[2] The theatrical trailer of R... Rajkumar was unveiled on 1 October 2013 on YouTube to mostly positive viewer response.[3] The film released on 6 December 2013, and received a mixed response from critics, though managed to get a decent opening at the box office, becoming a commercial success.[4]

Romeo Rajkumar (Shahid Kapoor) is an aimless youth who arrives in Dhartipur, a small town ruled by two drug barons named Shivraj Gurjar (Sonu Sood) and his arch enemy Manik Parmar (Ashish Vidyarthi), controlled by a Mafia don named Ajit Taaka (Srihari), who operates in Hong Kong. Rajkumar begins working for Shivraj. But his life changes forever when he claps eyes on the beautiful, educated Chanda (Sonakshi Sinha). Unknown to him, Chanda is an orphan who is being raised by Manik Parmar. After some persistent wooing, Chanda falls for Rajkumar's charms. Just when their love was about to flourish, Shivraj and Parmar compromise and Parmar decides to get Chanda married to Shivraj, against Chanda's wish. Angered Rajkumar beats Shivraj's men and challenges him, saying that he will marry Chanda in front of Shivraj. Furious, Shivraj plans to get Rajkumar killed in an encounter by his pet police officer. But in return, gets a shocking surprise when it is revealed that Rajkumar actually works for Don Ajit Takka and was sent to Dhartipur only to take over the drug cartel to which both Shivraj and Parmar owe allegiance. Rajkumar captures Shivraj's truck full of drugs and drives it to Takka. After giving Shivraj's stolen truck to Takka, he discovers that the truck was empty. In a twist of events, it turns out that Shivraj and Takka had joined hands, and purposely made Rajkumar steal the empty truck. Shivraj and Takka brutally kill Rajkumar and bury him. Shivraj starts his wedding celebrations with Chanda, only to be interrupted by the still alive Rajkumar, who is shown to have been rescued by one of Shivraj's henchmen after he was buried. Shivraj's men back off, because they are now friends with Rajkumar, hence leading to a one on one fight between the two. Finally, Rajkumar injures Shivraj with a power punch to the neck and later kills Don Takka with a ceramic tile. The film ends with all the men beating Parmar, while a severely injured Rajkumar and Chanda walk away hand in hand happily.

Shahid Kapoor as Romeo Rajkumar
Sonakshi Sinha as Chanda
Sonu Sood as Shivraj Gurjar
Ashish Vidyarthi as Manik Parmar
Asrani as Pandit
Mukul Dev as Qamar Ali
Srihari as Ajit Taaka[5]
Poonam Jhawer as Bindu
Ashok Samarth as Inspector
Charmy Kaur (Special appearance in song "Gandi Baat")
Prabhu Deva (Special appearance in song "Gandi Baat")
Ragini Dwivedi (Special appearance in song "Kaddu Katega")
Scarlett Mellish Wilson (Special appearance in song "Kaddu Katega")
Namrata Asrani as Jason
Ankitaa Asrani as Shouter

Sonakshi Sinha performed some action scenes in the film.[6] Charmy Kaur shot for an item song "Gandi Baat" for the film in June 2013.[7] Kannada actress Ragini Dwivedi made her Bollywood entry in the item song "Kaddu Katega" which also featured Scarlett Mellish Wilson.[8][9][10]

The film was first titled Rambo Rajkumar. According to reports, the makers of the original Rambo series had copyrighted the word Rambo making it unavailable for usage by other filmmakers. As a result, the makers decided on a title change for the film. However, since the film's title is already known among the audience the makers decided on dropping a few letters from the title rechristening it to R... Rajkumar.[11] After the film's title change, Shahid Kapoor's character in the film, which was Rambo Rajkumar initially, was also changed.[12] During its filming, Kapoor narrowly avoided serious burns during a stunt sequence.[13] Song sequence was shot at Great Rann of Kutch.[14]

After the film's release and subsequent success, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which oversees the famous Academy Awards, sent a formal letter to producer Viki Rajani asking for a copy of the film's script to be kept in the Oscar Library. This is the fifth Bollywood film, after Lagaan, Heroes (2008 film), Rock On!!, and Guzaarish, to be requested for this honor by the Academy. Speaking of the request, Viki Rajani said, "It's a privilege that our movie script has been recognized internationally and it's an honour for us to be a part of the archives at the Academy Library. The movies was loved by the audience and has done well at the box-office. This is another happy moment for the entire team." Director Prabhu Deva, speaking of the request, said, "Making this movies has been a fun experience and this honour tops it all. What more can I ask for."[15]

Critical reception
The film opened with mixed reviews from critics.

India Times rated 3/5 stated, "It has some 'must-haves' of a pot-boiler, but misses the real thing - a solid story."[17] Tushar Joshi of Daily News and Analysis gave 3 out of 5 stars to the film and said, "Watch it if you are in the mood for a loud no-brainer that relies on formulaic over the top entertainment."[18] Indian express criticized the film saying "R for Rubbish".[19] Rajeev Masand criticised the film that it is "relentlessly ugly, you have to wonder how it qualifies as entertainment of any sort" and gave a rating "half out of five for Prabhu Deva's 'R... Rajkumar'. The half star is strictly for Pritam's music".[20] Anupama Chopra of Hindustan Times called it "cheerfully, boisterously regressive" and also claimed that "The story is both abysmal and exhaustingly loud because when the hero isn't doing pyar, pyar, pyar, he's indulging in maar, maar, maar and men — defying every law of physics — are flying in all directions.[21] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama wrote:" R... RAJKUMAR doesn't work. It is Prabhu Dheva's weakest Hindi film to date".[22]

Box office
Though critics were harsh, the film opened to a warm audience response. Movie was a Hit in domestic circuit but dull in overseas.[23][24]


R... Rajkumar had an average to good opening day occupancy with an average occupancy of 40% with the film performing its best in places like Gujarat, Maharashtra, CP Berar and Rajasthan with 50% occupancy percentage while it lagged in North Indian circuits with 30% occupancy in places like Delhi and Punjab.[25] The film had a good opening day with collections of ₹90 million (US$1.3 million). The second day collections were ₹85 million (US$1.3 million) and the third day collections were ₹105 million (US$1.6 million), taking the weekend total to ₹280 million (US$4.2 million).[26] The first week collections were ₹438 million (US$6.5 million) nett.[27][28] The film collected ₹12.25-2.5 crore (US$−370,000) on its second Friday and ₹13-3.25 crore (US$−480,000) on its second Saturday taking its 10-day total collection to ₹530 million (US$7.9 million).[29][30][31] The film collected ₹27.5 million (US$410,000) in its second Monday taking its tally to a total of ₹548 million (US$8.1 million).[32] The film collected over ₹160 million (US$2.4 million) in its second week taking its total to over ₹600 million (US$8.9 million).[33] The film had lifetime domestic collections of ₹640 million (US$9.5 million), and emerged as a "box office hit".[34][35]