Panga film review
Hearing the word ‘Panga’, the first thing comes to mind in the fight. But when it comes to the film ‘Panga’, it is necessary to watch, not to take ‘Panga’, because it has become a very beautiful film directed by Ashwin Iyer Tiwari.
Actually, this is a film made in Ashwini style, in which a woman rises above the clash of emotion, women empowerment and family, to fulfill dreams.
Panga film story
The story of the film is simple and simple.
According to the story, Jaya Nigam (Kangana Ranaut) of Bhopal topped the kabaddi game, due to which she gets a job in the railway.
Here he falls in love with Prashant Srivastav (Jassi Gill) and then marries him. Son Adi Sachdeva (Yajna Bhasin) comes in his life.
Jaya leaves her dream behind for the sake of husband and son. But seven years later, when Jaya wants to fulfill her dream once again, her son and husband support her well to fulfill her dream.
When and how Jaya’s dream comes true, it will be known after watching the film. But while watching the film, with its story, the audience will go on laughing and crying, it is certain.
Panga film Review
Talking about the strong aspect of the film, the hero of the film is the child artist Yagya Bhasin, whose audience and dialogue payment touches the heart of the audience.
Her dialogue delivery and punching with childishness and innocence not only makes the story poignant, but also makes the audience emotional.
More than Kangana Runot’s teary tears in the film, the effective dialogues of Yagya Bhasin and Jassi Gill make the audience so emotional that the eyelids become moist.
The performance of both is amazing. Of course, my own actors like Nina Gupta, Rajesh Tailang make the film look beautiful with its serpentine character.
At the same time, Richa Chadha’s great performance once again forces the audience to applaud.
When it comes to screen play and dialogue, this film is no match. Whenever there is talk of sports and patriotism in the film, then over-exploration has been shown.
But this is not the case in the National Kabbadi competition in Panga. If you look at the weak aspect in the film, then those who have a deep tendency in the game can definitely draw loopholes in the selection of Kangana’s team and some rules in the game, but being a Kalpnik entertainer, it would not be appropriate to focus on it.
At the same time, the name of the film is ‘Panga’, but no one will be seen directly screwing with anyone, but sports competition, family noises will definitely entertain the audience.
The music of Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy in the film is amazing. According to the situation, the songs of the film- ‘Dil Ne Kya …’, ‘Jugunu …’ and the title have become popular. Overall, the film deserves 4 stars out of 5 stars given every quality of the film.