From the story’s perspective, Dangal provides few excitement because Geeta and Babita’s record break victories at the Common Wealth Games and following tournament are well known.
However, this screen show as a review of their difficult trip and it intensely recaptures their persistent dad’s willingness in making them expert wrestlers against the odds.
Since it encapsulates the ancient victories of the Phogats, who gave Indian fame, the movie is also aimed to motivate more females to seriously consider kushti as a game.
The writing of the story is very much impressive. Director Nitesh Tiwari, along with Piyush Gupta, Shreyas Jain and Nikhil Mehrotra should be accented for their top quality, peppered with humor and several emotional father-daughter feelings all through.
Of course, a little bit is missing in interpretation because of the Haryanvi twang.
But the thing which is attractive and to be considered is the father’s struggle living in a society where people always criticise those who take the path which is uncommon and irrespective of all those, he still trains his daughters and they are also obedient and undergo vigorous training to win medals.
It is to the film’s credit that though Geeta and Babita’s victories are filmed, it still is able to get the crows with the wrestling competitions and carry patriotic feelings to the front.
The 51-year-old acting expert should be congratulated for his versatality, compared with his competitors who want to try out risk free.
Sakshi as his spouse, is controlled, yet efficient. And, the debutants Fatima and Sanya are quickly this year’s best discovers.
Music director Pritam and lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya handle a natural soundtrack with Daler Mehndi’s main track moving up the excitement.
Also, the soft track Gilheriyaan, the Haryanvi Bapu and the Dhakaad number, are in ideal combination with the tale.
Thus our CRB Tech reviews over here has been completed.