The Sky Is Pink (2019) - Drama, Family, Romance

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It is based on the love story of a couple spanning 25 years, told through the lens of their spunky teenage daughter Aisha Chaudhary, who was diagnosed with a Pulmonary fibrosis .

IMDB: 6.6
Director: Shonali Bose
Stars: Zaira Wasim, Priyanka Chopra
Length: 143 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 11 out of 103 found boring (10.67%)

One-line Reviews (22)

Seemed lengthy and boring

Worst movie worst acting Priyanka and nautanki zairaTime waste

Very boring movie.

If you're looking for entertaining film for time pass this is not the film to watch.

Screenplay jumps into different time-lines so randomly which makes the film unpredictable, even though you know the eventual end, now that's clever!

It's a lively teenager's awe inspiring legacy which shouldn't be missed.

Movie was so melodramatic like you cant imagine and lead actress with her fake hair Who taught thats was a good idea I like the girl and her charecter but parents was so bad I coudnt stop roll my eyes little tip to actress you should work on your dramatic scene and comedy scenes watch on netflix dont waste your money

Overall, The Sky Is Pink is a heartwarming story narrated with a balanced mix of emotions but Lengthy runtime makes it boring at some points..!!

There are some really sad moments spread throughout that create a huge impact on the audience but the slow pacing may hinder that experience.

Such a waste of time, melodrama.

Far too long.

A runtime of 2 hours 20 minutes is far too long to present this story and you do feel the film slowing down, even to a point where it starts to get tedious.

They usually feel very slow and boring as a result.

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.

It may seem slow for a bit, but is overall quite entertaining.

Waste Of Time .

Don't waste your time and money

The jauntiness is tonally confusing, the frequent comedic moments misplaced and the attempt to be insouciant about death produces no emotional pay-offs.

Waste of time .

Too long and boring....

Clearly, the writing (Shonali Bose & Nilesh Maniyar) is smart, taut and absorbing.

As mentioned before, the film did get dull during the second act.