It is the most difficult task to make a simple film, which does not have glitter, which does not have the brilliance of amazing technology, but the content is so bright, in which everything can be seen clearly. Believe it is the most difficult thing to make such a simple film. Perhaps that’s why we still consider filmmakers like Hrishikesh Mukherjee immortal today.
Panga carries on the same tradition. This story is set in the surroundings of an ordinary middle-class government family. Jaya (Kangana Ranot) and Prashanth (Jassi Gill) live in the railway quarters of Bhopal with son Aadi (Lax Bhasin). Jaya works in Railways. It is his job to give tickets to passengers. She got a job in Railways because she has been the captain of the Kabaddi National Team. Has won many medals for the country. But after marriage, the family child is lost in the job.
After an emotional scene, the son Adi gets stubborn, his mother should come back. And in order to complete child hatred, parents are engaged in executing this drama. What happens next is woven with this thread. Talking about acting, Kangana is completely covered in Jaya’s character. A middle-class woman, her compulsions, her dreams, her past, the nuances that Kangana has presented are truly commendable.
Punjab star Jassi Gill plays Prashanth in people’s hearts. The way he plays Prashant falls in love with him. Richa Chadha appears in a different form. Although he is not in the lead role in the film, his filmography will always mention this film. Most notable has been Bhasin’s character. Small packet big bang. The way the 10-year-old performs on the screen, he does not seem to be acting.
Jaya’s mother Nina Gupta’s character is not tall, but her presence adds strength to the scene. The performance of all the other artists was also notable. Overall, Panga is the story of women from all over the country, who leave their golden career and future and get caught in the mill of family and family and do not even care. After watching this film, it is expected that women who cherish the dream of returning to work, will pay more attention to it and at the same time their family will be forced to think somewhere!
Director Ashwini Iyer Tiwari has done his job well. Ashwini, who made acclaimed films like Nil Bate Sannata and Bareilly’s Barfi, once again proved how to present big things on screen with ease.
The idea is very big, but it can only be expected. That is why Panga is not only an entertaining film. As well as inspiration. It must be seen.
Conclusion- **** (four stars)
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