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“ Panga Click to look into! >> Read More... ” is scripted and directed by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari. The movie has Kangana Ranaut National award winner Kangana Ranaut... >> Read More... in the lead role. Jassi Gill Jassi Gill is the stage name for Jasdeep Singh; he >> Read More... , Neena Gupta Neena Gupta is a very popular and well-known figur >> Read More... , Richa Chadha, Megha Burman Megha Burman is a talented young actress who has s >> Read More... and Yagya Bhasin are in the cast. Shankar Mahadevan Shankar Mahadevan, a well-renowned, talented and f >> Read More... , Ehsaan and Loy are the music composers in the film.
Jaya Nigam is working on railways. She is a good mother of a seven-year-old kid. Along with her job pressure, she takes care of her husband and little son Aadi and has been enjoying her life. Before Aadi was born, Jaya was a passionate Kabaddi player. When Aadi comes to know that his mother was an outstanding Kabaddi player, he wants her to get back to her position as a Kabaddi player. Although Jaya decides to accept her son’s request, will she be able to make up herself to get a place in the team? Jaya started realizing that her heart wants to regain the lost Glory. Will she train her up with the sport, which she left before seven years? Watch the movie to know the rest.
Kangana Ranaut has lived in the role. Her minute expressions are fantastic and she is flawless with the role. Kangana has shown a lot of difference between a normal working homemaker and a terrific player. Her body language is fantastic for both the homemaker and a player. Richa, Neena Gupta and Megha Burman had also got meaty roles and they had done their part fantastically well. Jassi and Yagya suit well in the given roles.
Ashwini Iyer Tiwari has done a great job in scripting and narrating the movie. The characterization is important for a movie and each and every character in the film is perfectly designed and the casting team needs to be appreciated, as they have picked the thoroughly talented stars. The screenplay is crisp and moves smoothly, without any jerk. The comic dialogues and the transformation scenes are really appreciable. The movie comes as a reminder call for the women who had been energetic in the past. The emotional moments are very much impressive and a lot of scenes are motivating. The music by Shankar Ehsaan Loy is fantastic.
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Panga is a neat movie that helps a lot of women to motivate themselves.
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