Panga is inspired from the life of a national level Kabbadi player from India. It follows her triumphs, struggle and overcoming of stereotypes. It shows how important the love and support of your family is for you to be successful.
Tanhaji Malusare, a military chieftain in the army of the Maratha king Shivaji, leads the charge to capture the strategically important Kondhana fort guarded by the army of the fierce Rajput chieftain Udaybhan Rathod.
Advait visits Goa where he meets Sara, a free-spirited girl who lives life unshackled. Opposites attract and all goes well until life turns upside down. Years later, Advait is on a killing spree with cops Aghase and Michael in his way.
Aditya Roy Kapoor,
Rooted in the subculture of societal facts #Panga is an emotional roller coaster tale of a middle-class Indian woman; A forgotten kabaddi world champion who catalyzes an inner desire to give a new meaning to her existing role as a wife and mother and takes an ingenious decision to come back to the sport despite the challenges of age stereotypes and a new generation complexities which creates an upheaval in her life as she is torn between family responsibility and love for the sport.
Panga Review -
Panga is a movie that tells the true story of a woman (house women) who loses her dreams after marriage.
It's just awesome... you can relate with each and every word of the movie. Briilliant direction by Ashwini Aiyar Tiwari of Nil Battey Sannata famecrisp screenplay, Soulful dialogues and top notch acting by Kangana Ranaut, Neeena Gupta, Richa Chadhha and Jassi Gill. Special mention to that kid Yagya Bhasin, He is true charmer. big hearts for him. Kangana is not acing but she is living the life of her character Jaya Nigam. Awesome must watch with full family. Kangana is definitely the finest actress in the Bollywood till date.
My rating 10/10.
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