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An inspiring biographical sports drama


Hindi, Tamil, Telugu
23 Dec, 2016
2 hrs 41 mins
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Dangal is an extraordinary true story based on the life of Mahavir Singh and his two daughters, Geeta and Babita Phogat. The film traces the inspirational journey of a father who trains his daughters to become world class wrestlers.
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Verdict: We have a winner! 2016 has not been a great year for Bollywood. A lot of films had Indians tweeting and posting in anticipation– Fan, Rustom, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Shivaay – but they didn’t manage to live up to the often-unrealistic expectations of Bollywood fans. Sultan is probably the only film that released […]... ...Read full review
When Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir), a wrestler from Haryana, loses hope of having a son, he trains his daughters Geeta (Fatima) and Babita (Sanya) to make wrestling history, thus breaking the taboo of Indian women participating in a sport thus far dominated by men. ...Read full review
The 2010 Commonwealth Games are years away. Geeta Phogat (Zaira Wasim, Fatima Sana Shaikh) has just returned to Balali, her village in Haryana, after months of preparation at the National Sports Academy in Patiala. Something about her has changed. She isnt exactly the same girl her father, former wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir Khan), trained. She is more confident, ambitious, better skilled and ready to take on the world by storm. ...Read full review
A Bollywood sports biopic that gets nearly all its moves absolutely right, Dangal draws its strength from a blindingly luminous lead performance from a shape-shifting Aamir Khan. ...Read full review
A national level wrestler forced to forego his dream becomes obsessed with training his daughters to accomplish what he couldnt winning gold for the country. Dangal is a fine film that works on two levels. Its the kind of inspiring sports movie that gainfully employs all the tropes of the genre to deliver a rousing experience for the viewer. It also makes a strong feminist statement about girls being just as good as boys (if not better) in what has traditionally been the stomping ground of men. ...Read full review