Amidst tension along the Line Of Control and straining relations between India & Pakistan ,after the various cease fire violations by Pakistan & extremist strikes at Uri camp all the strategic businesses flourishing between India & Pakistan were shut down till further Orders.
The flourishing situation also has hampered the entertainment business as from nearly 2 months there has been no release of Bollywood movies in Pakistan. The situation has detoriated for worse as the loss of around 150 million has been recorded since the tension started between the two neighbors.
Adding to the woes The Dangal Producer has backed out from releasing the movie in Pakistan as otherwise the global release along the India release is scheduled for 23rd December.
Dangal (English: Wrestling competition) is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language biographical sports drama film directed by Nitesh Tiwari. It stars Aamir Khan as Mahavir Singh Phogat, who taught wrestling to his daughters Geeta Phogat and Babita Kumari.
The former is India’s first female wrestler to win at the
2010 Commonwealth Games, where she won the gold medal (55 kg). Her sister Babita Kumari won the silver (51 kg). “Dangal” is the Hindi term for “a wrestling competition”.
The music for Dangal was composed by Pritam, while the lyrics were written by Amitabh Bhattacharya. Kripa Shankar Bishnoi, a coach with the Indian women’s wrestling team, trained Aamir Khan and the entire crew for the wrestling sequences. Dangal is scheduled for release on 23 December 2016.Dangal was declared tax-free in Uttar Pradesh on 15 December 2016. This is one of the rare films which has got that status even before release.
Mahavir Singh Phogat is a former champion wrestler. He is married to Shobha Kaur. Phogat’s dream is to win a gold medal for India in wrestling. He is unable to do this. He promises that his son will do what he couldn’t do. However, although he loves them dearly, Phogat is disappointed when Shobha gives birth to four daughters.
He does not believe girls can wrestle well. However, when two of his daughters, Geeta and Babita, come home after beating up two boys, Phogat realizes how wrong he has been and begins to train his daughters in wrestling. The film is the story of how Phogat trained his daughters to become professional wrestlers.
Dangal is based on true story and the producer has refrained to take the Train to Pakistan to show solidarity with the stand of Government of India. The decision is being lauded by one and all and its being said that Pakistan need to learn mannerism before any expectation of any kind of business from INDIA.