One line Review: Dangal has its heart at the right place and every little aspect of it resembles perfection!
Positive Points: Everything from the extraordinary performances, to the execution. The movie manages to keep the audience hooked from the word go! Along with entertainment, the film gives away a powerful message to the viewers.
Negative Points: The length of the film. Despite the lengthy timeline, there is no scope for boredom in the film. Also, there are a few dry moments in the second half that strike a few times.
Mahavir Phogat (Aamir Khan), a National level wrestling champion had to give up playing the sport due to lack of financial and family support. After his marriage, he desires a boy so as to accomplish his unfulfilled ... full Plot
A middle-aged, overweight Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir Khan) challenges his elder daughter Geeta Phogat (Fatima Sana Sheikh) to a wrestling match after she calls his 'technique' outdated. She lives in the National Sports Academy (NSA) in Patiala and swears by her 'national-level' coach's training, not her father's time-tested akhada lessons. Geeta defeats dad Mahavir in the face-off, telling him 'kuch toh farak hove' in his technique and that of her coach. As a panting Mahavir gathers the rest of his face, we see a father's sorrow at seeing his daughter change.More »
Dangal Dangal, pata chala hai, 'nikkar' pehan ke phool khila hai. Don't get your knickers in a bunch over 2016 as yet, as Bollywood's gloomiest year in recent memory may end with a silver lining drawn by a pot-bellied Santa Singh. It's not the first time our multiplexed minds meet the dhool from Haryana's akharas, a fascinating world where grabbing someone by the neck, about-flipping them to the ground and helping them rise is acceptable behaviour. Sultan (July 2016) grabbed the first mover's advantage in showing us this world but let's get this right - it was a Salman Khan film with wrestling in it; while Dangal is a wrestling film with Aamir Khan in it. Samajh riya kay?More »
Mahavir Singh Phoghat (Aamir Khan) is a National level wrestling champ who is forced to give up his sporting dream to earn livelihood for his family. His only dream is to see his son fulfill his wish of winning a Gold medal for India.While Mahavir is striving for a son, fate has something else planned for him as his wife (Sakshi Tanwar) gives birth to four daughters. A heartbroken Mahavir, gives up on his dream with no son in the picture.More »
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You stand in attention position when the National Anthem starts in the last scene of the movie. nIt arouses the feelings of love with your country. nAamir and the entire cast prove once again the magic and professional perfection. nThumbs up