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Country India Nitesh Tiwari 131 min Rooted in the subculture of societal facts #Panga is an emotional roller coaster tale of a middle-class Indian woman; A forgotten kabaddi world champion who catalyzes an inner desire to give a new meaning to her existing role as a wife and mother and takes an ingenious decision to come back to the sport despite the challenges of age stereotypes and a new generation complexities which creates an upheaval in her life as she is torn between family responsibility and love for the sport Release date 2020.
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Panga movie maker. Written by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: January 25, 2020 1:51:14 pm Kangana Ranaut has the courage to go plain-faced, minus pancake: her sure-footedness right through the film, on and off the mat, is spot-on. (Photo: IMDb) Panga movie cast: Kangana Ranaut, Jassie Gill, Yagya Bhasin, Richa Chadha, Neena Gupta Panga movie director: Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari Panga movie rating: 3 stars Women trying to get back to work after becoming wives and mums is an issue Bollywood hasn’t bothered to explore in any detail. Panga’s protagonist is a former kabaddi player whose life has been subsumed by the tedium of everyday domesticity and jobbery. That Jaya Nigam, played with absolute conviction by Kangana Ranuat, dares to dream of a past life where she was in the spotlight, is a straight-off win, subject-wise. But just how tough is it for a mainstream Bollywood movie to focus on a woman like Jaya, is evident in the long build-up to the point where she can say to her husband: when I think of you, I feel happy. When I think of Adi (her son), I feel happy. But when I think of myself, I am not so happy. Or words to that effect. By that point we are fully primed to support Jaya, because we’ve seen her do the stuff middle-class, working mothers do every day of their life: wake up early, get the tiffins packed, see off the child to school, make sure the home runs smoothly, and get herself to office only to have to deal with a tetchy boss. Fine, we say, she’s done all this smilingly, now she can go off and do her thing, if she wants to. And we say this only because the push-and-shove comes from the son (Bhasin), and the husband (Gill). Phew. What if Jaya’s bosom buddy and kabaddi mate Meenu (Chadha), who is still so married to the sport that she doesn’t have the time for a proper ‘ shaadi ’, were the ‘heroine’? And the having-plumped-for-ghar-and-grihasti-Jaya was the one in a supporting role? What if, horrors, Jaya had ditched her family, not having found enough fulfillment, and merrily gone her way? Nah, we are still far away from that kind of film. Till such time, we will make do with Panga, which gives us an array of wonderful women walking the talk. Ranaut has the courage to go plain-faced, minus pancake: her sure-footedness right through the film, on and off the mat, is spot-on. Chadha, armed with a bouncy pony-tail and buoyant back-chat, is a lot of fun, as is Neena Gupta’s bracing mother. The two current kabaddi players, whom Jaya spends time with, in the second half, both leave a mark. And it’s nice that Jaya is made to work hard for her climactic triumph; the victory is then even sweeter. My interest flagged a little post-interval, when the film becomes repetitive and flat, and Chadha is used to explain a scene which has just got done, or about to come, like an old-fashioned ‘sutradhar’. But Gill, as the supportive husband, who learns how to function minus his loving wife, is solid, and keeps us going. As does Tailang, in a brief kabaddi official role. Young Bhasin as Adi is a charmer, but is given too much talk-time, and the dialogues he mouths sometimes sound like they are there strictly to be played for laughs. I will take this, if it comes with a film that celebrates a woman trying to reclaim her dream, even if it comes sanctioned by family. The film springs to life when Jaya raises her fist, and slaps her thigh: it is a ‘panga’ worth taking. Follow us on Telegram for the latest Entertainment news For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App.
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Panga movie song jugnu. Jan. 24, 2020 India 131 Min. N/A Your rating: 0 8. 5 11 votes Synopsis ‘Panga’ follows the triumphs and struggle of a national level Kabbadi player from India who receives the love and support from her family to help achieve her dream. Original title पंगा IMDb Rating N/A N/A votes TMDb Rating 5 2 votes. Panga movie review by wise man. Story: When Jaya’s passion for kabaddi is reignited, she decides to make a comeback to the sport, at the age of 32. But will it be an easy ride back into the national team, now that she is riddled with domestic responsibilities as a mother and wife. Review: Jaya Nigam’s (Kangana Ranaut) life is steeped in domesticity – motherhood and a job at the railways – when somehow a passion she had laid to rest years back, catches up with her. At one time, the captain of the national kabaddi team, she now juggles life between her seven-year-old son, Adi (Yagya Bhasin), household chores and her humdrum job. And amidst all this, she barely manages time for herself even though her husband, Prashant (Jassie Gill) is supportive enough and they share a wonderful relationship. Moreover, Jaya is the all-out doting mother, extra cautious and always anxious. So when Adi stumbles upon the fact that she used to be a star player and wishes to see her play again, she decides to oblige, even if just to humour him for a short while. And although that's how it starts off, Jaya soon realises that her heart is set on regaining her lost glory and fulfilling a dream she left mid-way. But now saddled with all the domestic responsibilities, will it be an easy decision to make? And also, after a seven-year hiatus will she find a place in the team again, amongst a much younger and enthused team. Ashwini Iyer Tiwari creates a world set in the by-lanes of Bhopal that is soaking with small town milieu - a motif that has arguably become a tired template in Hindi movies now. But here, it is infused with a refreshing energy. The characters don't feel like caricatures, but are real and palpable. From Meenu (Richa Chadha), her best friend and a kabbadi coach to Jaya's mother (Neena Gupta) to even her team mate Nisha (Megha Burman) – each of these women are well fleshed out characters playing an intrinsic part in the narrative. As do Adi and Prashant. At one point in the film, to stress upon how much she wants to go back to kabaddi, Jaya says, “ Main kya kar sakti thi, aur main kya kar rahin hoon ”, as she holds back her tears and goes into the kitchen. In another scene she tells her husband that while she is expected to understand everyone’s needs, no one seems to understand hers. And when she speaks of the happiness that fills her when she looks at Adi and Prashant she also adds, " Par jab main khud ko dekhti hoon toh woh khushi nahin milti hain. " The narrative is filled with potent yet subtle moments like these that translates the eternal tussle between domestic responsibilities and fulfilling one’s dreams that many mothers go through. The screenplay that traverses through this journey of a sprightly young mother who decides to give her best shot to a second chance, is taut and wholesome, bringing out a story that is emotional, inspiring, nuanced and thoroughly engaging. The dialogues are sparkling and injected with humour and there are some delightful touches like the school mom’s Whatsapp group, which finally the father becomes part of. In fact Prashant’s character is also heroic in his own silent way. The writing by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, Nikhil Mehrohtra and Nitesh Tiwari is brilliant and is the backbone of the film. The soulful soundtrack (music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, lyrics by Javed Akhtar) is woven in so smoothly that it never distracts yet touches the right chord. Moving to the performances, Kangana Ranaut as Jaya is terrific and the tour de force of the film – at home she is the gentle, dutiful Jaya who is simmering with this latent desire to break out and catch up with her dreams. And when she is on the court Kangana thrills with an absolutely throbbing, pulsating performance. She breathes in vulnerability and power – switching between the two facets of her character so swiftly and seamlessly that it is totally fascinating. The support cast too pitch in ace performances – Richa Chadha is superb as she gets under the skin of her steely character and also brings in plenty of the laughs. Jassie Gill as the supportive husband is impressive and does full justice to a very well written role. Debutant Yagya Bhasin as the Jaya’s driving force stands out with his comic timing. Neena Gupta is superlative – especially in the scene where she talks to Jaya on the phone. Megha Burman shines as the young kabbadi player. 'Panga' is a film that honours the endless hours of work that mothers put behind their families and at the same time urges them to never give up on their dreams and to take that second chance. It not only forms an important voice at a time when so many women drop out of the workforce, it is also an extremely well-crafted film. The humor and emotionally charged moments are deliciously balanced and the outcome is motivating and exhilarating. This ode to motherhood and chasing one’s dreams is a must watch.
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