The first dialogue promo of the movie is out and it is a sure-shot indication to the blast that the makers have injected in it.
If you are bored of watching typical Bolloywood cliched movies and wish to watch something that is really out of the box then Aamir Khan’s upcoming Dangal is surely the best option for you. The first dialogue promo of the movie is out and it is a sure-shot indication to the blast that the makers have injected in it. The second promo of the movie explains the transformation of Aamir as the ‘Haanikarak Baapu’. The new promo will give you a slight glimpse of Aamir as Mahavir Singh Phogat. Aamir in his typical middle-aged man role with a fat stomach who trains his daughters to conquer the world will make you love him more.
The dialogues of the movie sound more realistic than histrionic. In the trailer, while watching a wrestling match during Seoul Olympics of 1988, Aamir tells his colleague, who is also a state-level wrestling champion, “Medal to apne chhore bhi laa sekte hai bhaisahab.” His colleague’s sarcastic reply ends up into dangal between the two in the middle of the office. Amir wins and gets complemented from his opponent. He says, “Dum hai tere mei, state-level champion ko haraya hai tune,” to this, Aamir says, “Dil chhota mat kar, National-level champion se hara hai tu.”
In the second promo, shows Haanikarak Baapu who makes his girls practice sharp at 5 in the morning everyday despite their protests and excuses. Watch the teaser because then you will understand why Dangal is not just another Aamir blockbuster, it is much more than that as it has a standout concept, aura and a highly talented cast. Not that Aamir had bad ones before this movie. It is just that this time the effect is electrifying.
The storyline revolves around Mahavir Singh who fails to accomplish his wrestling dreams, but later trains her daughters Babita and Geeta to compete in the World Championships against the odds and stereotypes. Apart from Aamir, the cast of the movie includes Sakshi Tanwar and two newcomers Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra.