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Panga Quick Movie Review

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The story is refreshing due to a few factors. Director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari explores the theme of a middle-class woman with so much sincerity, maturity and class. The story of an athlete’s struggle to bring her glory back is depicted in the most creative and lovable manner, set in the right milieu, is inspiring and captures a lot of emotions endured by many Indian athletes. She brings the best out of Kangana Ranaut, who is known for essaying unconventional (sometimes exaggerated by weird facial expressions) roles and in this one, she gets it totally right as she rises up as a forgotten well-known Kabaddi player (Jaya Nigam). Jassie Gill contributes well to his part in his Hindi film debut but the biggest surprise is Richa Chadha as she obtains a well-written character and delivers to the fullest of her acting abilities. Neena Gupta is as always very reliable. The child artist Yagya Bhasin is truly adorable. Music by Shankar-Eshaan-Loy is below the mark, though. From showing Bhopal Railway Station to ending with a feel-good climax, this 131-minute Ranaut’s women-centric flick shows the prowess of Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, the dedication to one’s passion and the power of moral motivation.

Rating: 3.5/5

Street Dancer 3D Quick Movie Review

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