In India, unfortunately prejudice has taken deep roots in the form of an obsession with fair skin, especially with regards to women. Pinky Beauty Parlour is an engaging, entertaining, and a... See full summary »
Lured by one of their victims, held against their wills in a mansion by armed guards, former students of Bangalore's PV College of Engineering in the company of their respective spouses, reflect on their past lives, and extra-marital affairs. Their captor, Rakesh Choubey, a former student of the same institute, the only child of a widowed Class 4 Railway employee, was mercilessly ragged and humiliated by them, leaving him with psychological scars that never healed. He taunts them, gets them to openly confess and apologize, and goes about to list the terms of their release. He stipulates that if the conditions are not met within 24 hours - all of them will die violent deaths. Written by
This Film came as a surprise to me watching it in Hindi . Totally different to what I have seen seen in Bollywood lately . Absolute unpredictable script and unmatched performances . There were certain dips in acting . I loved the poster where a girl is meditating . As a movie watcher loved the execution of ragging which I haven't seen anywhere else . The deal is the freshness and offbeat cinema. There are some scenes which might be too bold for Indian audiences but they were executed very well .A small budget Film . I would love to see a different treatment for the climax . Overall quite a complete film . I was expecting a regular Hindi Film. But this one came out be quite different . A must watch .
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