Saala Khadoos (2016)

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The story of a former boxer who quits boxing following a fallout with the authorities over the underlying politics but goes on to coach a fisherwoman to fulfill his dream through her.

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  • Madhavan and Ritika Singh in Saala Khadoos (2016)
  • Ritika Singh in Saala Khadoos (2016)
  • Madhavan and Ritika Singh in Saala Khadoos (2016)
  • Madhavan and Ritika Singh in Saala Khadoos (2016)
  • Madhavan and Ritika Singh in Saala Khadoos (2016)
  • Madhavan and Ritika Singh in Saala Khadoos (2016)

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31 January 2016 | Pabitrabadhuk
8
| Saala Khadoos: keeping the sport above the dramma.
There are flaws, there are desperate over acting, but despite all the drawbacks Saala Khadoos comes out as a landmark in sports movie in Bollywood. I don't know why time and again boxing has been a popular choice among filmmakers. Boxing has been featured in more movies than even cricket. Now, that's remarkable considering the status of the sport in India. Surely there is something in boxing; the grit, the killer instinct that makes viewers sit on the edge of their seats. The director has done the first right thing in selecting Ritika singh in the lead, she is actually a mixed martial artist, has represented India in 2009 Asian indoor games. She has executed a the role of a perfect angry young girl. And then there is good old Madhavan, who fits in his role as boxing coach like lock and key. I have felt some of the songs could have been removed, the erratic behavior of Madhi's elder sister is also sometimes undecipherable. But at the end of the day the movie wins because it has not made a mockery of the sport, it has showed true grit, true passion, true boxing. Yes, Saala Khadoos wins.

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