Panga Movie Review – A Powerhouse of True Sportsmanship & Mother’s Love

Panga Movie Review
Panga Movie Review

Panga Movie Review

We can’t speak about the truth behind any of her controversies but sure can vouch for the movies she acts in. Yes, you get it right, we are talking about Kangana Ranaut and her Bollywood movie, Panga, that got released this Friday on 24th January 2020.

Panga is one of those movies that brings out the rawness and explains the daily life struggles of a mother. And you all know how things turn up when a mother takes charge. Well, in this movie, the motivation comes from the family itself. Narrating a story of a mother of 7 -year-old kid making a comeback, the film holds you, touches you at the bottom and makes you smile in the end.

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Panga Movie Review – Things one would love

From the story to the songs and the direction, Panga is one hell of a treat. If you are an action movie fan or are expecting a Dangal-style aura, this movie isn’t that. However, it spins its magic and justifies the same.

You all have been a part of that Indian family nokjhoks, of course, you have. In the movie, the way it has been portrayed, you will instantly fall in love with every one of Jaya’s family. Her son, mother, and husband, everybody has delivered excellence at their own part.

Directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, you won’t feel anywhere losing the grip. And that accounts for a bonus point.

The role played by Jassi Gill, and Richa Chadda are the perfect add-ons. The most exciting thing is that all the roles have the right amount of screen time, considering the story. So, you never feel sorry for any character.

Panga Movie Review – Here’s what we said after 1st half

Panga Movie Review – Things You Won’t Like

Even though the majority of the movie was great, however, the low publicity of this movie may tank it economically.

The only bad thing about the film’s story is that its quite predictable. By the first half, you will get a fair amount of idea about the climax, yet you will have that craving to watch it till the end.

Kabbadi could have been more explored in the movie; it somehow looks that the game wasn’t explored as we saw in Mary Kom, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, and Dangal.

Panga Movie Review – Here’s what we said at the end

We would undoubtedly gove Kangana, and all the other star cast a big round of applause for bringing this story alive. Keep bringing more such content to Indian cinema; the Bollywood needs it.

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