Every Aamir Khan movie creates news right from the word go. His movies have always addressed the underbellies of the society and Dangal is no different. Slated to release this Christmas, Nitesh Tiwari’s Dangal is already creating waves with Aamir’s unique look and the storyline. The new poster reveals Aamir’s onscreen daughters, Fatima Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra, while Aamir sits between them as a proud father. Also seen are Zaira Wasim and Suhani Bhatnagar, who are playing the younger versions of the daughters.


Aamir took to Twitter to share the new poster with the caption, ‘Mhaari chhoriyaan chhoron se kum hain ke (are my girls any less than boys?)’ The poster makes quite a statement about women empowerment. Dangal is a biopic on real-life wrestler Mahavir Phogat, who taught wrestling to his two daughters Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat. Aamir went through a drastic weight gain and weight loss regime to portray the diverse spectrum of his character.



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In India, the struggle to find balance between men and women and their respective synergies is for real. And it becomes particularly difficult when these discriminatory guidelines are backed up by religious principles. A number of reasons contribute to gender disparity in India – poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, social customs, lack of awareness in women etc.
Gender discrimination can only be tackled one step at at time.

We are living in a country where women are constantly let down by men as not being equal or men being the superior race. Cinema in India has such a great power that it can influence the people with its thought provoking movies. These days we are seeing a trend of bringing the untold stories of our heroes to the limelight. ‘Dangal’ is another such film based on the life of Mahavir Singh Phogat. He is an Indian Amateur wrestler and senior Olympics coach who trained his daughters, Geeta Phogat and Babita Kumari, to be stronger than men and ultimately… Read more »