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2020 / 2h 11m
IMDb Rating: 7.3/10
Genre: Drama, Sports, Romance
Release Date: January 23, 2020
Director: Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari
Language: Hindi DD5.1 / ESubs



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Critic’s Rating: 4.0/5

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?


Storyline: 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 humor him for a short while.

And although that’s how it starts off, Jaya soon realizes 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 refreshing energy. The characters don’t feel like caricatures but are real and palpable.

Panga (2020)