24 Jan 2020

Kangana's Panga Released: Here's the review,YEAH OR NAH ?

Kangana is known for doing films which are women- centric and is one such actress who is popular to keep her views on various subjects boldly without beating around the bush. And she proved it again with her film- Panga, which is released today. Panga is a story of Jaya Nigam,a working women in Northern Railways and was also the captain of India's women Kabaddi Team and even after her marriage to Prashant (Jassie Gill) she continued to work but the turn in our life came when she entered motherhood,then she decided to leave her job and take care of her son Adi (Yagya Bhasin).

Movie showcase a tribute to motherhood and how a woman sacrifices her desires, her comforts, her dreams for her family.But the story has a positive side to it, it shows that how a good family can help you to dream again and accomplish your dreams.The story revolves around how she finally gets back to work and how her family supports her in the entire process.

The dialogues in the movie are so relatable, that every women feels like it's her story.This movie is a complete family entertainment with a proper dose of comedy.The acting of Yagya Bhasin was commendable, the innocence of his face and the perfect delivery of emotions and dialogues took our heart.As usual Kangana was epic in the film, and she once again proved that she has a niche of her own, and doesn't require a male actor to make film popular.

The role of Kangana's husband played by Jassie Gill is also good and he shares a good chemistry with Kangana and sits perfectly in the role of her husband in the film.The duration of the movie is apt. and it's a complete light weight entertainment, which will give you a feel-good feeling and a paisa vasool entertainment.

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