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A poor but big-hearted man takes orphans into his home. After discovering his scientist father's invisibility device, he rises to the occasion and fights to save his children and all of India from the clutches of a megalomaniac.
The Sky Is Pink is the incredible love story of a couple spanning 25 years, told through the lens of their teenage daughter. She is sassy, sardonic, spunky and also...dead. A fact she nonchalantly mentions at the very outset. "Get over it. It's quite cool actually. You'll see when you get here (which you do know you will right?!)" Unexpectedly humorous, warm and heart wrenching all at once as the magic of life and beauty of death manifest in one family's unusual, courageous journey in this 100% true story.
Its based on the true story of a couple whose daughter was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis.
After watching priyanka chopra and farhan akhtar together in "dil dhadakne do" I was excited to watch them together again in this one. Tbh I really enjoyed them watching and it was the best part of the movie. Both of them were amazing. Please do more movies together.
So when I left theatre I was thinking about life and death, and I googled the aisha Chaudhary and watched her tedx speech, it all deep down made me emotional...and It also inspired me alot. As when u are sad time goes little slow, so this movie might feel little overstretched to you, as it takes you to the journey what couple have gone through it might make you cry too. but its a glimpse of what all family members have gone through! And in the end credits they have shown real photographs and video of Aisha and her family! And it seem they have casted quite well all the actors. On my way back to home I was continuously humming arijit singh's "dil hi to hai", soundtracks were good and uplifting. I also loved the track which they have put in the end credits. On a scale 1 to 5, I am going with 3.5 for the sky is pink.
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