Dangal Review : Aamir Khan’s Best Performance Ever.

The 51-year-old actor should be complimented for experimenting with his roles to such an extent. This is Aamir Khan’s best performance till date.

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Dangal movie cast: Aamir Khan, Sakshi Tanwar, Fatima Sana Shaikh, Sanya Malhotra, Zaira Wasim, Suhani Bhatnagar, Vivan Bhatena, Aparshakti Khurrana
Dangal movie director: Nitesh Tiwari

Dangal Story:
Dangal is the story of a father’s bulldog-like determination to get gold medal for India.
When Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir), a wrestler from Haryana, wish to bring gold medal in wrestling from his son but loses hope of having a son, so he trains his 2 daughters Geeta (Fatima) and Babita (Sanya) to make wrestler, by breaking the so called restriction of Indian women participating in a sport thus far dominated by men.

Dangal directed by Nitesh Tiwari is based on the real-life story of Haryana’s Mahavir Singh Phogat, head and coach of one of the country’s most exceptional sporting families, his daughters are all wrestling champions, the eldest two — Geeta and Babita — are Commonwealth Games gold medallists, and Geeta is the first Indian woman wrestler to have ever qualified for the Olympics.
It is the early 1980s and wrestlers are treated as local heroes. This is also not the time for gym-toned muscles bodies and common people like to be believe that wrestlers are physically superior to them.

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The first half of the film we see. Mahavir (played by Aamir Khan) gives up his wrestling dreams to financially support his family. Later he decides to make his yet to be born son as wrestler who will bring home gold medal for India but soon his dream breaks when he have four daughters.
The 51-year-old actor should be complimented for experimenting with his roles to such an extent. This is Aamir Khan’s best performance till date. A man making his daughters full fill his dream. We see him cry, frowns, gets angry, looks old and restless, but believe he is definitely one of us.

 

Then One certain day when Geeta and Babita beat violently a couple of local boys for abusing them, Mahavir sees the light of hope for his dream in them which he had forgot, he says, that a gold medal is gold whether won by a boy or a girl.
Geeta and her national champion sister Babita knew they have got into wrestling with a mission. Win is the only option they have left
Large part of the second half of Dangal is captured by Geeta and her wrestling matches. Whereas in the direction director has intelligently chosen to show us these matches in their complete rather than just edited scenes.
At point you know how this will end, And that makes many of the scens predictable also there are time when the film gets slow. You know how this will end. And that makes many of the scenes more predictable. But that does not take you away from the film and ends up being impressed by the authenticity of the milieu, both in the sporting field, as well as the domestic life: the girls fights and chase for that precious medal are not just going through the motions.

Sakshi Tanwar as Mahavir’s wife, and Sanya Malhotra as the older Babita are well cast and well performed.
Fatima Sana Shaikh, who plays the older Geeta with just the perfect balance of young innocence. Your heart skips out to Geeta, and her argument is entirely very touchy when she must choose what approach to take when she reaches the Commonwealth Games.

But the heart of the film is an extraordinary performance by Aamir Khan, who doesn’t just played Mahavir he becomes him. There isn’t a hint of worthless in Aamir’s portrayal of this overweight, ageing man, and you understand what drives him and you forgive him his methods

Dangal is a perfect film with it’s run time of 2 hours and 41 minutes, and it’s both simple and simplistic in places.

     Dangal Is doing awesome at international markets.

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