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That’s such a great movie. Most of people who watched this movie they loves the story, it’s a true story of an India wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat, below is the briefly description about Dangal. Dangal is a 2016 Indian biographical sports drama film directed by Nitesh Tiwari. Film is based on Mahavir Singh Phogat. Mahavir Singh Phogat is an amateur wrestler who was forced to give up wrestling due to financial difficulties. He was unable to win a gold medal for India and vows that his son will. He is disappointed when his wife gives birth to four daughters.
He gives up his dream thinking that girls cannot wrestle and should only be taught household chores. But when his older daughters, Geeta and Babita come home after beating up two boys, Mahavir realises his daughters have the potential to become wrestlers. Mahavir starts coating to Geeta and Babies in wrestling. The end credits reveal that Babita also won gold in wrestling at the Commonwealth Games in 2014, Geeta became the first Indian female wrestler to qualify for the Olympics and Mahavir’s efforts inspired dozens of Indian women to participate in wrestling.
The film’s music is composed by Pritam with lyrics are penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya.It was reported that Daler Mehndi has sung a song in the movie. Released worldwide on 23 December 2016, Dangal was declared tax-free in three Indian states, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Haryana — to promote Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, a Government of India’s social campaign aiming to reduce selective abortion of females, to protect girls, and to educate them.
The film was shown on an estimated 4300 screens in India and 1000 screens internationally.The film collected ₹29.78 crore. on its opening day which is recorded as the second highest non-holiday opening.In four days collections were 76.16 crore.Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports that the film holds an 83% approval rating, based on 6 reviews, with an average score of 7.3/10. Meena Iyer of The Times of India rated 4.5/5 stars, saying “The film is bound to inspire more women to seriously consider kushti as a sport.” Iyer further said that the film has “an earthy soundtrack”.