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Panga (2020)

IMDB Rayting:   6.8/10
Country: India
Language: English

Panga is inspired from the life of a national level Kabbadi player from India. It follows her triumphs, struggle and overcoming of stereotypes. It shows how important the love and support of your family is for you to be successful.

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satishmeghani 24 January 2020

Panga Review - Panga is a movie that tells the true story of a woman (house women) who loses her dreams after marriage. It's just awesome... you can relate with each and every word of the movie. Briilliant direction by Ashwini Aiyar Tiwari of Nil Battey Sannata famecrisp screenplay, Soulful dialogues and top notch acting by Kangana Ranaut, Neeena Gupta, Richa Chadhha and Jassi Gill. Special mention to that kid Yagya Bhasin, He is true charmer. big hearts for him. Kangana is not acing but she is living the life of her character Jaya Nigam. Awesome must watch with full family. Kangana is definitely the finest actress in the Bollywood till date. My rating 10/10.

tpatoliya 24 January 2020

'I am a mother and the mother has no dreams.' Directed by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari, this dialogue of 'Panga' will find every woman who has forgotten her dreams for her family and children and has lost her identity.

The story is fantastic and you love it. Kangana has played the character of Jaya Nigam as Effortless and Flawless. Whether it is his dress or body language, every aspect makes his character memorable. Instead of doing melodrama in the emotional scenes, Kangana has made him live with the twinge that your eyes cannot remain moist. He has lived both aspects of housewife and kabaddi player.

Richa Chadha's acting acts as a relief in the film. His dialogue and body language are spoken in Bihari Accent entertain immensely. The chemistry between the scenes between him and Kangana is seen. Jassie Gill has a smooth acting role as a supportive husband. His pairing with Kangana looks good.

Despite limited scenes, Neena Gupta leaves her mark. Child artist Yagna Bhasin has proved to be the attraction of the film. They captivate everyone with their innocent performances.

The quality of Ashwini Iyer Tiwari as a director is that the nuances with which she portrayed the working woman of a small town like Bhopal and her middle-class family on the screen add strength to the story.

The film reiterates the idea that it is never quite too late to start chasing your dream -- which gives it instant winnability. Don't miss this film, it will give you the courage to revive your dreams.

SinhaSomesh 24 January 2020


The rules of entertainment are altering rapidly because Hindi movie heroine is now being looked up with strengths, shortcomings, mistakes and achievements. She is ready to conduct experiments, equipped to explore uncharted lands. This holds for Kangana Ranaut, one of the most talented actresses of our time. The famous actress has persistently paved the way vis-a-vis her choice of movies. Also, director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari needs no introduction. With her debut film Nil Battey Sannata (2016), she had the audience sit up and take notice of her work. Panga, her latest offering, once again has you, as an audience, asking a question. Honestly, women's stories are not really exemplified conscientiously since Bollywood is branded for creating movies from a male perspective. But the souk of women-centric flicks is quickly turning out to be a bankable genre. Panga is a commanding tale, has an authoritative central character, has several dominant and thought-provoking moments, making it an all-persuasive film.

Panga is thought-provoking, articulate and clear. It brings the subject to light but Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari neither imposes her opinion on the audience nor do her characters. Each actor extends his or her arm within the ambit of their circumstances, never once attempting to go beyond it. That's the brilliance of this film. This is Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari's trademark. She is like the music conductor who knows the symphony like the palm of her hand and directs every actor with the delicate swish of her experienced baton. Of course, the film is built on the classic theme that a talented athlete has a dream to place at the top of the stool at the big international tournaments, where the road to it is not just straightforward but full of bumps and dents that need to be forced, which puts both the psyche and the physics to a hard test. And then, of course, it turns out in the end that iron willpower can pave the way for the dream to come true. The director does manage to make an extremely worthwhile and quite entertaining film, packed with both dramatic and exciting moments.

It is absolutely amazing to experience how camera movement (Jay I. Patel), editing (Ballu Saluja), music (Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy) and other technical aspects of Panga blend together to form a cinematic experience that, in terms of quality, rises to a level where the entertainment value is of an entirely exceptional character. In terms of action, Panga is fantastic storytelling, where the story writers (Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, Nikhil Mehrotra) have managed to convey a story through the visual media to an unparalleled degree and turned it into a gripping, captivating, educational and uplifting and one of a kind experience. The film in many areas is also deeply touching. Director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari ensures that Panga retains its individuality and doesn't come across as a replica/clone of other immensely likeable films with sports drama as the backdrop. In fact, her handling of several light moments as well as dramatic ones is exemplary. With the skills of a master storyteller, she amalgamates a human story in a truly striking and attention-grabbing format. There is a certain uninhibited genuineness in Ashwiny's direction. Besides, the additional screenplay by Nitesh Tiwari is outstanding; one seldom witnesses such aptitude and deliberation to specifications. Without doubt, Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari gives it her best shot with gleaming sincerity. There are a few hiccups, but not the type that really go against the film. However, the clim

engineergauravgupta 24 January 2020

Ashwini tiwari is as superb as in bkb Both husband and wife are excellent directors and catch the heart of audience with the script. Kangana is superb and awesome do justice for the role.Its not a mega release but also above the box office its a heart touching story

rajashahrukh-35006 24 January 2020

Great film. Kangana and everyone's acting is good. Nice story n direction

arnavabansal 25 January 2020

Amazing film with only a few underwhelming aspects.

kadumlego 24 January 2020

A good story line credit goes to director. This movie show us. the struggle a mother used to face in a society.In this movie the main hero is not a boy it's a girl and that's really amazed me our Indian society are now treating mother as hero.There is a misnomer in the world that only a boy or father can be hero but this movie break that.##Mother can be a hero too##

niranjanmishra-64994 24 January 2020

How strongly can u do kangana... U r just inspiration for me and for crore of youths like me... U r currently the best actress of Bollywood.. We solute you

rahulrahulhippi 24 January 2020

This movie is for those who luv there family n there mother....not recommended for those who don't luv there mother n family

fashionnortheastsevensister 24 January 2020

An inspiring movie to all the younger generation. It show the struggle we have to face in our life after a downfall.

varthip 24 January 2020

Kangana perfection to core , great film. Must watch

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