Mary Kom movie review

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Rating:4/5 Review By:Bollywood Hungama News Network Site:Bollywood Hungama

MARY KOM is definitely worth a watch. The icing on the cake is that the film has been made tax free, something that should help the film in pulling the audiences to the theatres, besides the word of mouth. Go for it.

Rating:5/5 Review By:Subhash K Jha Site:IANS

“Mary Kom” is a motivational masterpiece. From first frame to last it grips your senses and irrigates the parched corridors of your heart like very few biopics in recent times. Priyanka’s powerhouse performance knocks the breath out of our solar plexus. She yet again proves herself the best actress of her generation. Hereafter there will be an eternal confusion about whose face goes on the hoardings announcing Mary Kom’s boxing events. PC or MC?

Rating:3.5/5 Review By:Prathamesh Jadhav Site:India

Priyanka breathes fire into the role very few actresses can pull off. Darshan Kumar as Mary’s deeply supportive and unconditionally loving husband K Onler has done a commendable job. He takes a backseat with his subtle and nuanced performance to allow Priyanka’s character to flourish at the center-stage, thereby avoiding the clash of two equally powerful performances-which is, the most basic need of the plot. Sunil Thapa who portrays Mary’s coach has got the right mix of aggression, domination and empathy. Mary Kom may not be the most brilliantly designed movie but it has its heart at the right place. It may not entertain you in the most exciting or thrilling way, but the earnest performances from the actors and the sincerity shown by director Omang Kumar with his craft of direction and storytelling definitely calls for a deserving round of applause.

Rating:/5 Review By:Deepanjana Pal Site:Firstpost

Omung Kumar’s Mary Kom is a bland film that quickly becomes boring because there’s no tension in the story. But it has Priyanka Chopra. That was enough for those who financed the film because they believe that’s all you, the audience, want. Perhaps it will be enough for you too, but if you’re interested in Kom’s real story, read Unbreakable. The autobiography Kom wrote may not be comprehensive or literary, but it is more honest, brave and fun than the film made in her name.

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