Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir Khan) is a national level wrestling champion , now working as a clerk in a government office. His only regret is that he couldn’t continue in an international level, since he had take care of his family. He prays for a son so that the legacy could continue and win a gold medal to the country. But when God blesses him with girls, his dreams are shattered. As years pass by Mahavir draws his interest away from the sport continues his quite life. But things change when he finds his girls Geetha and Babitha beat up couple of boys in quarrel, he decides to train them as wrestlers as they have the grit in them. Though his wife and the people of his town don’t approve of this Mahavir is determined. How Mahavir makes his daughters into champions is the rest of the story.
Though in the beginning it looks as just as one man’s crazy ambition, Dangal proves to be more than that in this true story. It touches social issues and shows how indifferent the sporting federation is towards minor sports. Aamir khan’s dedication towards his character is unimaginable, and new faces Fatima and Sanya perform faithfully to their roles. Even the young Zaira and Suhani who come as young Geetha and Babitha steal our hearts. Sakshi Tanwar though has very less screen time, makes the most of it. All Technical depts adds quality and grace to the film , Soundtrack rises the adrenaline and was subtle wherever needed. The only drawback was the duration which shows in the second half, which could have been reduced. Still Dangal is becomes second highest grossing film on opening day. Dangal gets 7/10