The much awaited thriller flick Pink released at box office with very good critics reviews, but movie registered low occupancy on the opening day. The film ridding on high pre-release buzz and trailer and chartbuster songs generated very good buzz. The film released on 16th September and opened with negative critics review. The film first day occupancy reported up to 15% which decent opening. Earlier Raaz Reboot was looking on a stronger side, as it the fourth installment of very successful Indian horror franchise Raaz, but Pink movie gained huge audience attraction before release.
After blockbuster courtroom drama of Akshay Kumar starrer Rustom the Pink film also looking very promising. The film grabbed more than 4 stars out of 5 which are great. From some of past weeks so many movie show very disappointment at box office like A Flying Jatt, Baar Baar Dekho, Freaky Ali etc it is time to watch which movie Pink of Raaz Reboot successfully cross the first week. The intense look of Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu is great the movie script also wonderfully written by writer. Director Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury really did fantastic work with stars.
Opening Day Collection: 04.65 crore
Pink is based on very sensitive and social issue of women molestation, so obviously it doesn’t target major audience. But after golden word of mouth trade analysis expecting more occupancy on Saturday and Sunday. The film clashed with horror flick Raaz Reboot, the both of movies suffering from decent opening and Pink opened lower than Raaz Reboot. Raaz Reboot where opened with 25% office occupancy on the first day and Pink opened with 15% occupancy.
Pink Movie Friday Opening Day Box Office Business
Pink is Indian courtroom thriller drama movie, directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury and produced by Rashmi Sharma & Shoojit Sircar under the banner Rashmi Sharma Telefilms Limited. It features megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Piyush Mishra & more in lead roles. It boasts of a gripping screenplay that holds your attention till the end. Despite the film’s slow narrative, especially in the first half, it keeps you engaged and hooked.
The performances are pitch-perfect with Bachchan leading the way. Creative producer, Shoojit Sircar, who directed (Vicky Donor, Madras Cafe, Piku) makes another valuable addition to his repertoire. It grips you still with a gently piercing background score, moments of silence and dialogue, building up the tension, while the audience wonders what really could have happened one unfortunate night when three girls found themselves in a Surajkund resort with three guys. It also tells you that whether a woman is a sex-worker, wife or slave, if she says ‘no’ to being touched, then no man has the right to force himself on her.