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IN Desi ON 04 Oct, 2016
The movie Pink is a 2016 courtroom drama, that came in the midst of all the crimes and rapes going on in the country, that clearly helped to change the perspective of many, focussing on, when she says NO, then it means NO... irrespective of what background the girl is having.
The movie was a clear winner no matter what change it is going to bring in the society in actual but it seems that some people were really moved by the message it wanted to convey.
Talking about the degree of success of a movie, it is even significant to count personal appreciation by the people for whom you made it.
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...who used Twitter to share her letter with the citizens of India.
"I realized that values and traditions are not everything, and no matter how much you uphold them, there will come a time when you have to make a choice between what is right and what is convenient."
Shrishti said that the reason behind writing is that it was much more to her than just a movie.
Shristhi shared about her personal life and that the movie touched her. She was keen on saying that the movie was very successful in portraying about a typical Indian girl and what we are taught to survive in the Indian society.
Which plays a very significant role in designing our behaviour.
But she was successful enough in changing the mindsets of the girls, that they should learn to take a stand aginst the odds in the society.
She concluded the note with this rewarding end and also told that Taapsee was able to do something which not many actors haven't been able to.
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