Mumbai: Dangal is a story of Geeta and Babita who break stereotypes in a patriarchal society with grit and determination to winan Olympic medal. Directed by Nitesh Tiwari and co-produced by Aamir Khan Productions, Walt Disney Pictures and UTV Motion Pictures, the blockbuster drama stars Aamir Khan alongside famous television actor Sakshi Tanwar. Dangal also marked the debut of Zaira Wasim, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Aparshakti Khurana. The awe-inspiring movie has received worldwide appreciation, including countries like China and Hong Kong. This weekend &pictures, Naye India Ka Blockbuster Movie Channel, presents, Dangalon Saturday, 3rd March 2018 at 8PM.
Dangal is a sports drama that narrates the story of Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir Khan) who trains his daughters, Geeta Phogat (Fatima Sana Sheikh) and Babita Kumari (Sanya Malhotra) to become world class wrestlers. Aamir Khan is seen essaying the strong disposition of a retired wrestler who aspires to see his daughters excel in the global wrestling arena. With an impactful message, Dangal inspires the audience with its narration as well as symphonies like Arijit Singh’s Naina and Raftaar’s Dhaakad.
Not earning enough money through wrestling to sustain his family, Mahavir Singh Phogat gives up his dreams and returns to Balali, Haryana. Dejected at having failed to achieve his dreams, Mahavir Singh Phogat vows to earn a medal for his country through his sons. However, when his wife Daya (Sakshi Tanwar) gives birthto their fourth daughter, he loses hope once again. It is when his oldest daughters Geeta (Zaira Wasim) and Babita (Suhani Bhatnagar) return home after beating up a boy, that he realizes their potential of becoming world-class wrestlers. What ensues is a harsh and grueling training schedule where Geeta and Babita accept wrestling as their future and defeat boys at tournaments. As the girls grow up Geeta (Fatima Sana Sheikh) and Babita (Sanya Malhotra) continue to earn fame and success.
Will they be able to realize their father’s dream and bring glory to their nation? Or will they give in to the basic human emotions and quash Mahavir Singh Phogat’s dreams?