'MONTU SINGH BOLLYWOOD is whole era of entertainment,sports,movies & miracles of world This video is for reviewing Bollywood movie Dangal Dangal (transl. Wrestling competition) is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language biographical sports drama film directed by Nitesh Tiwari, written by Tiwari, Piyush Gupta, Shreyas Jain and Nikhil Mehrotra, and produced by Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao under Aamir Khan Productions with Siddharth Roy Kapur producing the original Hindi version under the Disney banner and the dubbed local and overseas versions under the UTV Motion Pictures banner. But when his older daughters Geeta and Babita come home after beating up two boys in response to derogatory comments, he realises their potential to become wrestlers and begins coaching them. His methods seem harsh, including grueling early morning workouts and short haircuts. Despite facing backlash from the villagers, he goes ahead with them, training them in his makeshift mud pit. Initially, the girls resent their father for his treatment but soon realise that he cares for their future. Motivated, they willingly participate in wrestling tournaments where they defeat boys. Unable to afford wrestling mats, he uses mattresses and trains them in freestyle wrestling to prepare them for competitive events. Geeta goes on to win the junior and senior championships at the state and national level before heading to the National Sports Academy in Patiala to train for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games. Once there, Geeta makes friends and begins to disregard the discipline she has been taught by Mahavir under duress from her coach Pramod Kadam (Girish Kulkarni), whose training methods and wrestling techniques completely differ from her father\'s. As a result, she loses every match at the international level. During a visit home, she defeats a visibly exhausted Mahavir in a ferocious bout after egotistically mocking him. Babita reminds Geeta of her mistake and that she should respect Mahavir. Soon after, Babita wins the national championship and follows Geeta to the academy. After the two sisters have an emotional conversation in which Babita provides her encouragement, Geeta tearfully makes peace with Mahavir. Before the Commonwealth Games, Pramod forces Geeta to compete in the 51 kg weight class rather than her usual 55 kg. Irritated upon learning this, Mahavir goes to Patiala with his nephew Omkar and begins coaching the girls secretly. Learning about this, and furious with Mahavir\'s interference, Pramod wants the girls expelled; the sports authority issues a warning but allows them to continue. Mahavir is barred from entering the academy, and the girls are forbidden to go out. Determined to continue assisting his daughters, Mahavir obtains tapes of Geeta\'s previous unsuccessful bouts and coaches her by pointing out her errors over the phone. At the Games, competing in the 55 kg class, Geeta eases her way into the final. Mahavir constantly contradicts Pramod\'s instructions while sitting in the audience, and she follows her father\'s instructions instead. Just before the gold medal bout, jealous Pramod conspires to lock Mahavir in a closet. In the bout, Geeta manages to win the first session but loses the second. Trailing 1–5 in the final session and with nine seconds left, she recalls the tactics taught by her father and a 5-pointer, and executes it on her opponent in the final three seconds, taking the score to 6–5 in her favour, thus winning the session, and the bout 2–1. In the process, she becomes the first Indian female wrestler to win gold at the Games. Mahavir returns just in time to embrace his daughters, frustrating Pramod\'s hopes of obtaining credit before the news media. Cast Aamir Khan as Mahavir Singh Phogat Sakshi Tanwar as Daya Shobha Kaur, Mahavir\'s wife Fatima Sana Shaikh as Geeta Phogat, Mahavir\'s oldest daughter Zaira Wasim as Young Geeta Phogat Sanya Malhotra as Babita Kumari, Mahavir\'s second daughter Suhani Bhatnagar as Young Babita Kumari Aparshakti Khurana as Omkar Singh Phogat, Mahavir\'s nephew Ritwik Sahore as Young Omkar Girish Kulkarni as Pramod Kadam, coach at the National Sports Academy Vivan Bhatena as Harkinder, Mahavir\'s colleague Shishir Sharma as Head of Department of the National Sports Academy Meenu Prajapati as Jasmeet, Geeta\'s friend at the National Sports Academy Badrul Islam as Shamim, Owner of meat shop Karmveer Choudhary as Mahaveer Singh Phogat\'s father #Dangal full movie #Dangal movie Dangal full movie, Dangal picture,Dangal full movie hindi,dangal hd movie,dangal film,amir khan’s dangal,dangal full hd movie,dangal movie,dangal full movie amir khan 2016,dangal songs,dangal hindi movie amir khan,dangal movie,dangal,dangal 2,dangal hindi film,dangal film song,dangal movie facts & review,dangal review,dangal fight scene,amir khan movie,aamir khan movie,dangal final scene,dangal picture amir khan,dangal film,'
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