And the most awaited movie of 2016, Aamir Khan’s Dangal hit the theaters today and to nobody’s surprise, EVERYONE thinks it’s easily the best movie of the year.
Every single theatre is houseful and everyone is showing huge appreciation for the movie, especially the 4 girls who played Geeta and Babita. To be honest, it’s really no surprise given how beautiful the trailer looked. SO PSYCHED FOR THIS MOVIE.
Take a look at what the audience thinks about Dangal:
— Devansh Patel (@PatelDevansh) December 23, 2016
When Audience in theatre stood for national anthem by themselves in the end showed the success of #Dangal
— Gautam kumar (@gautam_murali) December 23, 2016
The movie is over,credit roll goes on n u r sitting thr thinking there is no amount of praise or applause that wil b enough for this #Dangal
— Sonu Juyal (@sonu_juyal) December 23, 2016
#Dangal: Kudos to Aamir for underplaying his character and being a tool for the story, not more. The girls deserve credit, both young & old.
— akshit (@HukkaKing1) December 23, 2016
— Ashutosh jaiswal (@Ashu119821) December 23, 2016
#Dangal:Excellent.Striking performances galore. Realistic and true to its genre in every sense. Skillfully detailed and narrated!@aamir_khan
— nayan acharya (@acharya_nayan) December 23, 2016
Movies are so often made of effects & sensation these days.
But #Dangal is pure and simple, deep and true.
Larger than life.
— Rajat Arora (@rajatsaroraa) December 23, 2016
— muhammad adhil (@urstrulyadhil) December 23, 2016
The most defining moment of #Dangal is when the people in the theatre stand up for the national anthem at the end naturally out of respect.
— Shomini Sen (@shominisen) December 21, 2016
And if you still have any doubt, here’s what Salman Khan tweeted about Dangal.
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) December 22, 2016
For once, KRK tweeted something that makes sense.
#Dangal is a beautiful film which will inspire millions of the girls in Asia. It will educate ppl who don’t consider girls equal to boys.
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) December 22, 2016