Starring: Kangana Ranaut, Jassi Gill, Richa Chadda, Neena Gupta, Yagya Bhasin
Genre: Sports Drama
Director: Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari
By Yogesh Mishra
'Panga' is all about the unfulfilled dreams of a middle-class girl Jaya Nigam (Kangana Ranaut). She could not continue her passion of playing Kabaddi after her marriage because of her added responsibilities of a kid and husband. Before marriage, she used to be an Indian captain of Kabaddi team and created her own image in sports. She works with Indian railways in Bhopal city and lives with her husband Prashant (Jassi Gill) and son Adi (Yagya bhasin). Meenu (Richa Chadda) is the close friend to Jaya who used to play Kabaddi with her in the same team. After some twists and turning points, Jaya’s son Adi comes to know about her past background so he insists his mom to follow her passion. To know whether Jaya could do the comeback in sports to fulfill her dreams or not, you must see this film.
It’s screenplay and dialogues are the real USP of the film which is beautifully written. This is a mind-blowing story of a common man who are married and having a kid. Any middle class married couple can relate this movie with their own life. Somewhere story touches the reality of a common man living in a small town.
The music of Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and score by Sanchit and Ankit Balhara are simply good. Although music does not have much roles to play in this film, but to the larger extent it impresses the audience.
Kangana as usual has performed very nicely as a Jaya Nigam. She is the centre of attraction in the film. Apart from Kangana, actors like Richa Chadda, Jassi Gill and Neena Gupta have also justified their roles in this film. Child artist Yagya Bhasin has really impressed the audience with his mind-blowing dialogue delivery. His dialogues are very much situational and delivered so beautifully that no one can stop laughing. Overall, every artists have justified their roles in this film.
Director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari has once again proved that she and only she can direct such movie. Almost every aspect of the movie touches the heart of the audience. The outstanding screenplay increases the beauty of the film. The story is very much relatable and any common man can relate this story with their own life, especially the middle class young married couple. This is a must watch movie so, it can be strongly recommended to see at least once.
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