Kangana Ranaut and Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari create an absolute masterpiece as they discuss the re-birth of a National-level Kabaddi player. Keep scrolling to know the Panga review.

A sports drama, Panga that talks about a kabbadi player who decided to ditch her favourite sport only to look after her near and dear family. The fact that she is so in love with her family and is fully engrossed in fulfilling their needs is nothing but a mirror image of what every middle-class household looks like. Kangana Ranaut effortlessly played Jaya Nigam the forgotten National level Kabbadi player who tries her luck to make it back to the game with the support of her kid and husband. Jaya has become very comfortable with her mundane life where she packs her son’s tiffin, sees him off to school and gets to her office where she works as a ticket collector. In this process of making her family happy she has long forgotten her past and her love for sports. But when her son realises that she left her sports for him, he urges his father in supporting her to get back to the sport and live for her dreams as well.

While Kangana steals the spotlight as always, it is the effort the director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari and Nikhil Mehrotra has put in developing characters like Prashant and Adithya, played by Jassie Gill and Yagya Bhasin. These are the characters that we all wish to see more on-screen. And not to forget the loving and stimulating mother played by the wonderful Neena Gupta.

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