The Battle of Aspiration has won #Dangal  

Saturday, December 24, 2016


VERDICT: 4 /5 Starts

The day has come, Friday turned deeper, and box office drew intellects who has some understanding & respect for cinema. Undisputed perfectionist of Indian Cinema Mr. Aamir Khan is up with his new venture Dangal a journey of a Mahavir Singh Phogat the famous wrestler and a father of international champion wrestler daughters Geeta and Babita.  Just after five months of Sultan, bombardment of almost similar subjects lost the interest from viewers. But it’s only Aamir Khan who has that credibility which sustained deeply into people’s mind. He has again proven his ability as Mahavir Singh Phogat, his dedication is visible in Dangal. He lived with pain, suffering and his own volition to win a gold medal for his country made another masterpiece which stays in heart.
Dangal is based on one time promising wrestler Mahavir Phogat’s daughter Geeta and Babita who won commonwealth game gold medal for India. The story is quite simple and straight but execution wasn’t that simple it has in depth detailing in each scene. We have already watched some mind blowing wrestling stunt in #Sultan but Dangal is altogether different from that whether its emotion or stunt. I have never seen this kind of clean wrestling in cinema. It never seems as stunt to me, I was enjoying full fledge wrestling of Geeta Phogat which looks so original that it almost takes you to the real world of Sports.
Dangal reaches the label on can expect from Mr Aamir Khan but Mr. Director Nitesh Tiwari did fantastic job and give total justice to this. From the first frame it holds a grip of storytelling very comfortably showing the societal dissidence, the heartbreaking jibes and a winning spirit of a father who comes out even more tougher. Although Aamir is in a lead but wrestling is real protagonist. Almost 169 mins long film is actual hero, it’s the film who acted, who sung and won hearts. In Sultan Salman Khan dominates with heroism but Dangal spins its own wheel and all the casts are just the supporting elements.
Fatima Sana Shaikh as Geeta Kumari delivers a strong performance, she is beautiful, elegant and tough. Her fight was sheer treat, it is enjoyable, original and realistic. Amitabh Bhattacharya writes brilliant words I love the background score and lovely camera work.


In one word Dangal is a movie for Indian Women who stood for nation and inspiration of Sakshi Malik. A very bold step taken by Mahavir Phogat and his daughters definitely heat ups our traditional method.


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