Dangal – Film Review
Aamir Khan’s Dangal has unquestionably been the most anticipated film of this year. Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, the film is picturised on the life of former Indian wrestler Mahavir Phogat. It’s the battle with which Mahavir raised his daughters (played by Fatima Sana Sheik and Sanya Malhotra) and made them India’s wrestling champions that is remarkable. With such a great expectations from the Mr. Perfectionist, is Dangal for waiting of watching ? Read on to discover…
What’s it about
How about we get this straight. Dangal is no Sultan. What’s more, am stating this with a great deal of affection to each one of the individuals who raved about Salman Khan’s action drama. Every one who expected drama with a Sultan versus Dangal battle will be disappointed. Also is Dangal superior to Sultan ? No, essentially in light of the fact that they are two distinct movies, who have two unique stories to tell. One is a battle of a person to fight his internal evil presences and deal with his own calling, the other is a story of a father – daughter relationship. They are totally different stories with two one of a kind plots. Dangal is the story of Mahavir Phogat (Aamir Khan) and his daughters Geeta (Fatima Sana Sheik) and Babita (Sanya Malhotra). Obviously, wrestling is the repeating theme that ties Sultan and Dangal and the promos may have appeared to be comparable however the stories are entirely unexpected. Dangal is about self belief, conviction, boldness, a father urging his daughters to be as great if not as equivalent to their male counterparts. It is a genuine story that has anecdotal shades painted to weave a holding account. How much of it is valid and what much made up, doesn’t make a difference. Since Dangal is not about precision as much as it is about the human mind and the stretch out it can bend to accomplish fantastic objectives. Dangal is a father- daughter story yet it is also a story that will impact anyone who has had self doubt and experienced dread in the darkest of spots.
Dangal is an Aamir Khan film that doesn’t really belong to him. He’s an observer who kind of portrays the story, an impetus that activitates this enthusiastic excursion with most extreme genuineness. The real hero of Dangal is director Nitesh Tiwari who has remained consistent with the material appropriate from the very first frame. There are numerous goosebump prompting minutes. Be it Mahavir’s first battle in the room of an administrative officer or a youthful Geeta pining down her mal0e adversary in a duel. Regardless of a few over the top oppurtunities that the script gives, the tempo stays uniform. The composition is stellar and the cast coordinates up to the signals on point. Aamir is the star of Dangal. There is sufficient lowliness and appeal in his ability to take a secondary lounge and let the young ladies sparkle. Be that as it may, when he’s in the frame you can’t take your eyes off him. He turns into the father the young ladies disdain and after that start to love. He is the spouse who requests that his better half overlook she is a mother to her little girls till they land prepared for the job. Aamir is a virtuoso. The young ladies who play the youthful Geeta and Babita are striking essentially in light of the fact that they make these characters identifiable. Sakshi Tanwar and other supporting characters are top notch. There is a scene that will have the gathering of people stand up and salute the tricolor not understanding it’s simply part of a film.
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What’s definitely not
Dangal is imperfect. After the initial fights, the beat loses its pace. Not each battle satisfies the transcendence of the first. The battle scenes are long and some of them get tiring. Aside from the title track none of the tracks sound worth murmuring. There are segments that help you to remember Sultan.
What to do
Dangal is the film of the year for me. It is brave, gritty, genuine and has an execution of a lifetime by Aamir. Watch it since I can’t think about a superior film that turned out this year which stood out enough to be noticed with such force. Also, yes, I adored Sultan too. Be that as it may, Dangal kind of won my heart over. I suggest everyone to must watch this awesome movie.
Rating : 4.6/5