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Panga Movie Review: Kangana Ranaut’s Panga works as a spark in the ashes of dreams



Panga Review Kangana Ranaut whose name is Panga. Released on 24 January. Read the review to know how the film is.

  • Film:Panga
  • Artist:Kangana Ranaut, Jassie Gill, Richa Chadha, Neena Gupta
  • Director:Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari

If the dreams seen from the heart remain incomplete, then their tightness remains in the heart throughout the life. But if you get a chance to fulfill these dreams, then you must be screwed, this thing will win or lose without thinking. Kangana Ranaut has brought a similar story, whose name is Panga. Jaya Nigam’s film Panga Kahani released on January 24.

Jaya has been a player playing kabaddi on behalf of Railways. But now she works in railway ticket cutting. He was such a player, for which the whole team says that the players come but the star players like Jaya Nigam rarely come. Jaya’s great game gives her many big opportunities. Meanwhile, he also gets a life partner Prashant (Jassi Gill). Prashant and Jaya’s love story lasts two to three scenes and then both get married as soon as Jaya’s mother (Neena Gupta) approves. But, there is a condition of marriage that Prashant will let Jaya play kabaddi even after marriage.
Prashant does not have any problem with this. So just life comes out. After this, Jaya gets a chance to play for the country. But Jaya becomes a mother in the middle and plans to play after the birth of her child. Jaya’s son Aditya (Yajna Bhasin) comes to the world, but Jaya stops going to the field. The responsibility of becoming a mother leaves Jaya’s dreams behind. The story moves forward and one day Jaya’s son Aditya asks him to come back. Jaya pretends to comeback for the son’s happiness, but again the heartbroken desires get wings.

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Jaya tries to get a chance to get into the field after 8 years. Jaya’s support includes her husband, son and special friend Meenu (Richa Chadha). Mother is also with Jaya but it is difficult to get Jaya’s physique which has broken with time. After a million tries, Jaya also gets a place in the national team, but just by making a Substitute, she is kept with the team. The biggest punch in the film is its climax, whether Jaya Nigam wins at the age of 32 after becoming a mother of a 7-year-old child or not. This is special to see.


The story of the film is straightforward and unraveled. Kangana has once again done a fantastic job in Jaya’s role. Jassi Gill’s role as Jaya’s husband Prashant is also good. Looking at Prashant’s character, it can definitely be said that now his female fan followers will like his husband. But the funniest character is Kangana’s son Aditya, Yagya Bhasin has done a wonderful job in this role. Have given tremendous punch. Neena Gupta and Richa Chadha’s work in the supporting role is also excellent.
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The director of the film is handled by Ashwini Iyer Tiwari. Ashwini has beautifully portrayed every aspect of the film. A mother who gives up dreams for her family. Then the same family tries to fulfill his dreams. But not all family support. How big is the war inside a woman, this pang is very telling.

What’s missing in the film?

There is emotion in Panga, the story is emotional too. But on seeing this many times, Dangal and Mary Kom are reminded. In such a situation, there is bound to be a comparison and the pangs eat out there. Panga is a simple story, the biggest lack of songs in it. It is not that sizzling songs are necessary in the film, but there is no memorable song that speaks of true emotion.
How the Panga film will do, it will tell the box office report in the coming days. But this film must be seen for those women and especially those mothers who have left their dreams behind. At the end of the film, the same message appears on the screen.

Panga is the story of every woman who may be common, anonymous but she should not give up the passion to think of herself as special. If life gives a chance, then it must be taken once.

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