‘Panga’ Showcases The Tug-Of-War Between Passion & Duties In The Best Way: Kangana Ranaut

Females have always made us proud. Nowadays, females know how to shape their lives in the best possible manner. They have donned a number of hats since time immemorial; from a bread-winner to a home-maker. In each and every role, they have proved their talent and ability. In the world of cinema, the actresses have earned name and fame via their hard works. They are managing their personal and professional lives perfectly.

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Our favorite and bold actress Kangana Ranaut has played many roles in her career. Her recent release Panga, which is a women-centric film, has bagged praises from all sides. "'Panga' brings to life the tug-of-war between passion and responsibilities in the most idealistic way possible," Kangana said.

"The movie begs to answer the question: for how long will women have to sacrifice their dreams to build a perfect family, and who says we can't do it all? It's a movie that is close to my heart and I'm certain many women across the country will relate to it. In a time when going to the theatre is a big no-no, people can enjoy this movie at the touch of a button on Hotstar VIP," the curled beauty added.

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Helmed under the banner of Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, "Panga" has Neena Gupta, Richa Chadha and Jassie Gill. The movie, which reached the theaters on January 24, centers on a kabaddi player, donned by Kangana, who wishes to make a comeback in the game after getting married and embracing motherhood.

The film had its digital premiere on Hotstar VIP on March 20.

While sharing all about her role in the movie, Neena said: "What really added to the flavour of the movie, that women truly led the show from the front. With strong co-stars like Kangana and Richa and a director par excellence like Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, the storyline struck a chord with all of us. What you see on screen is an amalgamation of heartfelt emotions with a powerful screenplay and great direction; and now people across the country can enjoy this movie."

by Ricky Tandon | Sat, Mar 21 - 04:22 PM

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