It will make your heart happy, sad and leave you in tears only to get you smiling in the very next. It’s a rollercoaster of emotions and love and hardships but mostly strength. Check out The Sky Is Pink review here:
“You sky can be any colour you want it to be”, says Priyanka Chopra‘s character, Moose in The Sky is Pink. The dialogue doesn’t merely establish the title of the film but something so profound and so hard to be found – the freedom to be your own self. The Sky is Pink is full of such gems scattered throughout the journey of the Chaudhary family. The movie, as we all know by now is based on the book by and life of Aisha Chaudhary. Aisha’s book, My Little Epiphanies, holds all her musings and the moments she treasured throughout her life. It is this book that forms the basis of director, Shonali Bose’s on-screen recreation of Aisha Chaudhary’s inspiring life story. Keep scrolling to read the full The Sky Is Pink review.
The Sky Is Pink‘s lead cast stars the talented Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, Rohan Saraf and Zaira Wasim. Each character stands out in their own way and makes you feel like you’re a part of the journey. PeeCee, who plays Aisha’s mom Aditi, is shown to be strong, determined and driven to make sure Aisha defeats all her ailments. Niren Chaudhary, played by Farhan is a father who puts his family above him and does everything in his power to take care of them. Rohan plays Aisha’s elder brother, Ishaan aka Giraffe. He is sweet, supportive, goofy and shares a strong bond with his baby sister. And lastly, the thread that ties all of them together with a single breath – Aisha, played by Zaira. She is fun, talented, adorable, funny and the centre of their universe.
Aisha’s character is also the narrator of Shonali Bose‘s directorial. She takes you through her life journey and also that of her parents. And even though it’s one of those stories where who know what happens in the end, it is an experience you don’t want to miss. The movie captures the life of the Chaudhary family through various timelines, giving us a sneak-peek of their highs and lows. Shonali does an impeccable job of driving the film with Aisha’s POV which is sometimes sweet, sometimes funny, sometimes too real but touching throughout. Never does a funny quip feel out of place or inconsiderate of the nature of the story. From Chandni Chowk to London, the background score and the music also grow with the narrative and blend seamlessly into the fabric of the film.
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The only hiccup is that at times, the jump in timelines can get confusing and the story could be a tad shorter than it was. But each moment that you spend in the theatre is one that will stay with you long after the movie is over. It’s sweet, entertaining, heart-wrenching and will leave you with tears in your eyes and a smile on your face for being able to witness Aisha Chaudhary’s little epiphanies through The Sky is Pink.
Here you go! Hope the full, The Sky Is Pink review helps you make your weekend movie plans.