Panga Movie Review: Director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s Panga Movie starring Kangana Ranaut, Jassie Gill, Yagya Bhasin, Richa Chadha, Neena Gupta received positive reviews and ratings from the audience around the world. Kangana Ranaut is back with a bang in Ashwiny Tiwari’s Panga. From all her films, this one is appealing, as she is not only looks physically fit for the role but also takes the act of a kabbadi player a notch higher. The way she pulls off a kabbadi on-field shows the hard work. Panga reminds us that dreams never die and there is no age to fulfill it.
Panga Movie Storyline: Jaya (Kangana Ranaut) is 32, married to Prashant (Jassie Gill) and a mother to a seven-year-old kid Adi (Yagya Bhasin). She is a retired Kabaddi player who got married right before the Asia cup leaving aside her dream of winning a national trophy. Jaya became a housewife an adhered to all the duties.
Until one day with the help of her husband she decides to return to the playground. Helping her nurture her dream is coach Rocha Chadha who is of her age, unmarried and living her dream. From overcoming hurdles physically and mentally, keeping aside her motherly instincts Jaya’s journey is not only inspiring but also worth giving a thought on.
Panga Movie Review: The film’s big success is in delivering its message without making a big noise about it. Panga is all about its little moments. It’s a film about love disguised as a sports-movie. I’m going with three-and-a-half out of five. It fills you with hope and warmth. We could all do with that in these times.
Panga Movie Verdict: At some point in our lives, we have often taken our mother for granted. This film is a must-watch for every child with their mothers. This film can be called a movement and as they say ‘there is never too late to achieve your dreams.’