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15 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 33 mins
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A fictional retelling of an iconic moment in Indian history, the film revolves around the country's first Olympic gold win as an independent nation in 1948. The victory against Great Britain in the field hockey final was a payback in many ways, and was instrumental in reaffirming the national identity of a newly independent India.
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Verdict: Your tickets for this hockey-based film should be booked by now. If you had to name the best Hindi sports movie youve seen, the answer will most likely be Chak De! India or Dangal. Besides them, no other film has managed to invoke the sense of patriotism and triumph. Akshay Kumar, who is slowly becoming the king of biopics, has joined the Khan duo with Gold. It is one of the best Bolly... ...Read full review
A fictional account, inspired by true events and people, of Indias first gold medal win as an independent nation at the 1948 Olympics in London. Tapan Das (Akshay Kumar), the team manager, leads the charge to assemble the countrys first all-Indian hockey team. His aim is to beat the Britishers at their own game, on their own turf. ...Read full review
Films become important for everything they say, and sometimes for what they dont. Before we sit down and thrash out a Gold movie review, it is important to list everything that Akshay Kumars Independence Day offering is not. In these divisive times, when using the P-word can get you immediate claps and whistles, Gold shows them as our allies and encourages a healthy relationship. Its Independence Day rhetoric can be schmaltzy but is never cloying, asking us, as citizens, to dream and achieve them, over decades and generations, because only that can make a country great. ...Read full review
3.5/5 Tapan Das (Akshay Kumar) is a junior manager for the British Indian hockey team in 1936 when they win in the finals against Germany in Berlin. Twelve year later, he makes a successful return at the Olympics, this time as the joint manager, defeating the British in London and winning the gold. Assisting him in this journey is Samrat (Kunal Kapoor), captain of the 1936 team who returns to coach the next generation, and Tapan`s long-suffering wife Monobina (Mouni Roy), who knows her drunkard husband would one day come to his senses and shine. The star players in his team include Raghubir Pratap Singh (Amit Sadh), the hockey loving prince of a small Northern province, the team`s vice-captain, and Himmat Singh (Sunny Kaushal), son of a Sikh farmer and the hidden ace of the team ...Read full review
Theres something about a sports drama, isnt it? Much like a real-life duel, watching even a staged match gives you an adrenaline rush like nothing else. Throw in a little patriotism in the mix and you have yourself a winner. Which explains why so many filmmakers want to tap into the potential of such stories. And hockey matches provide ample scope to make for a good drama. With team conflicts, internal politics and individual aspirations, it is no wonder that the sport finds more favour with Bollywood than cricket. Gold is the latest film to have tapped the topic. ...Read full review
GOLD is a story of Indias first big win in an international sports tournament after attaining independence. Tapan Das (Akshay Kumar) is the junior manager during the 1936 Berlin Olympics for the British Indian hockey team. British India defeated Germany quite easily and won the gold medal. Since India then was still under the British rule, the British national anthem was played at the end of the match. Tapan feels humiliated and he vows to help a free India win the Olympics and then stand proudly as Jana Gana Mana will be played. ...Read full review